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  • Todd Tyrtle

    WOW! Fifteen years ago we used to live in a yurt in the Ozark mountains. We'd get these giant larvae in our compost buckets. They rhythmically squirmed to a beat only they heard to the point where we called them "dancing worms". Eventually these scary wasps would come from the compost buckets outside and some would make their way into the yurt where they'd freak me out. Finally we learned that if we buried the compost sooner we never saw them.

    Except now I find out that these "wasps" were harmless flies. And not only that they can potentially help with world hunger. How cool is that!? Thanks for sharing!

  • Merette Bartles

    These flies don't spread disease, give off an amazing amount of energy, and are known as the "great waste recyclers." It's an amazing solution to one of our world's greatest problems. Cheers to them.