One of the largest types of flies in the West, as well as much of the rest of North America, is the Mydas Fly. This fly can grow up to about two inches in length. While it is often mistaken for wasps, the Mydas fly is harmless and will not sting or bite. Larvae of this fly are often found near dead and rotting wood, while adults can be found virtually everywhere. It is unclear whether these flies feed on nectar or other small bugs.
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