Fly eggs hatch into larvae and/or maggots within 24 hours. Maggots transform into pupae in a couple of days. When the maggots are ready to transform into adults, they crawl to a cool place to dry. The complete transformation from egg to adult occurs in a period of 7 to 10 days, and adult flies usually live for around 15 to 25 days.
Fly larvae, more commonly known as maggots, can hatch in 24 hours. The larvae is spawned when flies lay their eggs in soil, plants, or on the decomposing flesh of other animals. The 24-hour timeframe is most likely to occur under optimal conditions for larvae development, which is in a moist and warm environment.
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