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FACTS HEEl IJ (I &PESTS ® Ontario Ministry of Agriculture, Food and Rural Affairs ORDER NO. 06-079 AUGUST 2006 290/621 FUNGUS GNATS AND SHOREFLIES IN GREENHOUSE CROPS G. Ferguson, G. Murphy, L. Shipp INTRODUCTION Fungus gnats and shoreflies are small blackflies often observed in the vicinity of ...

Fungus Gnats

Fungus Gnats Fact Sheet No. 17 Dr. Jay B Karren, Extension Entomologist Revised May 2000 Alan H. Roe, Insect Diagnostician Introduction At various times during the year, small flies (gnats) may be found flying around the house.


LITTLE, WHITE "GNATS" ARE EVERYWHERE Christian Krupke, Extension Entomologist Buckthorn branch with black fruit and soybean aphids on leaves Department of Entomology HOT NEWS PURDUE EXTENSION 9/2009 HN-65-W In recent days, many Indiana residents have noticed small gnat-like insects flying around ...


FUNGUS GNATS Fungus gnats are small gray-black flies of the Sciaridae fly family often noticed around house plants and windows. Found throughout the United States, most species inhabit fungi or dead plant materials, but sometimes young maggots injure plants by feeding on roots.


SAN DIEGO COUNTY GRAND JURY 2009/2010 (filed May 13, 2010) 1 EYE GNATS IN SAN DIEGO COUNTY INTRODUCTION Counties in central and southern California are home to a genus of fly known as the eye gnat ( Hippelates spp ).

Fungus gnats in the home

page * Published by Utah State University Extension and Utah Plant Pest Diagnostic Laboratory ENT-17-08 July 2008 Fungus gnats in the home Erin W. Hodgson Extension Entomology Specialist Fig. 2.

Fungus Gnat Biology and Control

Fungus Gnat Biology and Control J.P. Sanderson FUNGUS GNATS: Identification : Adult fungus gnats ( Bradysia spp.) are small (approx. 1/8 inch long), blackish-grey, gnat-like flies with long gangly legs, many-segmented antennae which are longer than their heads, and have a single pair of greyish ...

Insect Order ID: Diptera--Flies, Mosquitoes, Midges, Gnats

Insect Order Identification Home Diptera--Flies, Mosquitoes, Midges, Gnats Page 1 Some are tiny Robust-looking Brachycera Life Cycle--Complete metamorphosis: Adults lay eggs.

Purdue extension

SWARMS OF GNATS Ralph E. Williams, Extension Entomologist Department of Entomology HOT NEWS HN-53-W Purdue extension Adult biting midge, Culicoides sonorensis ( Wirth and Jones ), showing blood-filled abdomen and the characteristic wing patterns used for species identification ( Photo Credit: Ed ...