Phorid flies are known for their erratic flight patterns and are often referred to as "humpbacked flies." They are scavengers, feeding on decaying organic matter, and are commonly found near rotting materials.
Phorid flies can be found in a variety of environments, but they are particularly attracted to moist, decaying organic matter like garbage, compost, and drains.
While phorid flies themselves do not pose direct threats to humans, they can be a sign of unsanitary conditions and potential breeding grounds for other pests.
Maintaining good sanitation practices, promptly disposing of organic waste, and sealing potential entry points can help prevent phorid fly infestations.
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