Fact Sheet

Cluster Flies

Latin Name:

Pollenia rudis

Typical Infestation Locations:

Commonly found in attics, wall voids, windows and window frames, unused rooms or storage areas, exterior walls and siding, and eaves and overhangs.

Methods of Control (DIY):

Sealing off entry points, using insecticide sprays or dusts in affected areas, employing fly traps or sticky traps, using natural repellents like essential oils or vinegar, and practicing good sanitation by removing potential food sources and keeping areas clean and tidy.

Methods of Control (Professional):

Residual insecticide sprays in affected areas, fog spray treatments, fumigation, employing fly traps or sticky traps specifically designed, using vacuum cleaners to remove them from surfaces, sealing off entry points and potential harbourage areas, and practicing good sanitation by cleaning up food sources and maintaining a clean environment to reduce attractants for cluster flies.

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Cluster Flies: Your Questions Answered

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