Do all flies come from maggots?

Answer Yes. A maggot is the common name of the larvae phase of development in flies. All flies come from eggs, hatch as larvae, then develop into pupae and become flies.Source:Maggots

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Are maggots considered flies?

The maggot is the larval stage of the fly, so it is an immature fly. Flies start as eggs, then become maggots or larvae, then pupae, and finally adult flies.References:University of Florida: Depart... Read More »

Do maggots turn into flies?

Maggots are the larval stage of a fly and are the main feeding stage of the fly development cycle. Maggots molt twice during their development and, after feeding enough, enter the pupal stage in a ... Read More »

Do maggots come from eggs?

Flies lay eggs which hatch within days. These eggs contain the agricultural pest known as the maggot. Maggots hatch best in a warm, moist environment. Varieties of maggots include apple maggots, ca... Read More »

Apple seeds come from apples. orange seeds come from oranges, where does grass seed come from?

If you lived in the valley I live in you wouldn't need to ask. Grass seed comes from grass.Before grass goes to see, it pollinates, and your allergic neighbor (or you, if you're unlucky) can't go o... Read More »