What the heck might this be
Location:  Queensland. Au
September 18, 2010 12:11 am
Hi guys,
Thanks for the info on the lacewing nymph. Now to this one. It is only about 3mm body length, has antennae and legs like a moth but appears to only have two wings like a fly. Do you have any idea on what type of thing it may be?
The book is looking good, hope it sells really well.
Signature:  aussietrev

Bathroom Fly

Hi Trevor,
This is a Bathroom Fly or Drain Fly, probably in the genus
Clogmia in the Moth Fly family Psychodinae.  According to BugGuide:  “Adults often found around sewage installations, in public washrooms, and bathrooms in homes, and are attracted to light; larvae live in organic sludge that forms on inner surfaces of drains and sewage pipes; pupae occur on the surface of the organic film that the larvae have been living in.

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2 Responses to Bathroom Fly from Australia

  1. aussietrev says:

    Thanks guys, a fly with an identity crisis :-), very cool.

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