Flies are part of the order of Diptera (Diptera), a name that derives from the ancient Greek δις (dis) and πτερόν (pteron) that is literally: two wings. In fact, these insects have the characteristic of using only one pair of wings to fly, while another pair is reduced to stumps and has the function of regulating the flight, informing the flies (and other similar insects) about the position of their body while they are. flying. Diptera include not only flies, but also other flying insects such as blue flies and mosquitoes. The housefly (Musca domestica), the black one with dimensions that are somewhere between a gnat and a gnat, is the most common and the one we are most familiar with.
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