where does it come from


Question by  RyanJames (41)

Where do gnats come from?


Answer by  h (364)

Where gnats come from would depend on what type of gnats you are referring to. Most gnats come from moist surfaces that are near plants. In general, any type of moisture will attract gnats to it. If you are referring to the origin of gnats, they hatch from eggs that are laid just like many other bugs.


Answer by  TheAnswerFairy (2345)

Gnats come from eggs, just like all other kinds of insects do. Gnats typically lay their eggs in rotting vegetation and plant matter, although sometimes gnats also lay their eggs on the leaves or roots of growing plants. The gnat larvae then eat the rotting plant matter, acting as tiny little composters.


Answer by  ferfer72 (2623)

They're insects. That means they hatch from eggs. Some of them are attracted to fungus and potted plants, so if you have them in your house, that's where they might be hanging out. To get rid of them, you probably want to go ahead and bug-bomb your entire house.


Answer by  Ginny (2251)

Females lay eggs in moist areas like clogged gutters or damp houseplant soil. None of these tiny, non-biting flies don't feed, just mate, lay eggs and die.

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