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Subject: Flying insect
Location: Nappanee Indiana
February 1, 2017 7:17 pm
I’m trying to identify a small winged insect about the size of a pencil eraser.
Signature: Dacia Reid

Bathroom Fly

Dear Dacia,
Based on this BugGuide image, we are confident this is a Moth Fly in the subfamily Psychodinae, the group that contains a common household pests known as Bathroom Flies which according to BugGuide are “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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What's That Bug? does not endorse extermination
Location: Nappanee, Indiana

One Response to Bathroom Fly

  1. Yvette says:

    Gross, I have these damn things flying all around. How the hell do I get rid of them?

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