Scientific Name: Drosophila spp.
Description: Adult fruit flies are 1/8” long and are dull yellow-brown to dark brown. Some species have distinctive red eyes, and the wings have two “breaks” in the leading vein hearest to the body. The larvae are small about 1/10” to 1/5” long and very distinctive with an extended, stalk-like breathing tube at the rear of the body. The pupae are brown and seed-like with two horn-type stalks at one end.