Both biting and non-biting midges are holometabolous insects. This means that growing into adulthood entails undergoing complete metamorphosis. Given this, the midge fly life cycle consists of four stages.
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Midges can be nuisances to deal with. Non-biting midges can be the reason for blockage in air and water systems while biting midges cause discomfort through their bites. To determine the best way to avoid or exterminate these pests, as well as protect yourself from them, an understanding of their reproductive cycle may be helpful. Consider for a moment the midge