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The Life Cycle of the Fly By: Bailey.  The eggs of a fly are about 2.1mm.  Are a creamy white  The eggs are piled in small groups.  The maximum temperature.

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1 The Life Cycle of the Fly By: Bailey

2  The eggs of a fly are about 2.1mm.  Are a creamy white  The eggs are piled in small groups.  The maximum temperature of an egg can be 25c – 30c.  Eggs must stay smooth or they will not hatch  The female fly can lay up to 500 eggs

3  Fly Larva can be 3-9 mm long.  Usually a whitish color by the head.  Head has one pair of dark hooks.  Like warm weather.  Dumb bell shape and are soft.  Attach them selves to rocks and wood  Are a food for birds and reptiles  Before they are pupas they are about mm in size  some fly larvae eat other larvaes  Are called “eating machines” because they can eat quite a bit  Larvaes can consume 60cm of a human body  Fly larvae molt (shed) their skin twice before going on to the next stage of their life  When ready to change into their next stage they go about 50ft to find a cold, dry place to change stages

4  Goes underground when changing into an adult fly  About 8mm long while in pupa stage  Can be yellow, red, brown or black  While changing into a adult fly. They go in sacs called a ptilinum  uses its head to break out of the ptilinum  Have reddish brownish skin when becoming an adult

5  Feeds on body fluids  Female adult flies lay eggs  Can travel 20 miles per day  6-7 mm long  Have markings on the sides  Wide space in between eyes  Usually live days  Female fly will lay 400 eggs in her whole entire life  If not have food they only live 2-3 days  The only way female flies are able to have babies if they have food to eat  Female flies are larger than male fly  Possible for them to live for about 2 months A fly up close

6  Eggs take one day to hatch  Eggs look like grains of rice  Scientists tried seeing how much the fly population would grow. By August there were 191,010,000,000,000,000,000 flies in total.

7  This is the end of my slide show. I hope you enjoy it and learn a little something that will come in handy some day.  Bye !!!!!!!! :)


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