Wounded might be a good term for a housefly that has no wings but is still alive.
a housefly beats its wings around 200 times per second
2 or 4
190 * 60 = 1140, so a housefly must beat its wings 1140 times a minute.
wings 6 legs antannae
The young of a housefly is a maggot (eats rotting meat). It becomes an adult housefly after going through a pupae (chrysalis) stage.The young of a grasshopper is a nymph (eats vegetation). It is a miniature version of an adult grasshopper, but is without the wings of an adult (the wings develop later).
Like most Diptera (meaning "two-winged"), houseflies have only one pair of wings.
The housefly has two halters that allow it to fly. If they are both removed, they are not able to fly at all. Their wings provide enough power for them to make complicated flight movements.
they all USE one pair of wings....
A June Bug but there are many others, if it's a housefly but shiny it's a bottle or blowfly
A house fly moves by flying. The wings of a house fly can beat about 200 times in one second.
The average speed of a housefly is 4.5 miles per hour. They beat their wings about 200 times per second.
The common housefly is smaller than a dime, it has 2 wings and if veiwed through a microscope it has little prickly hairs all over it, they are nasty and they will get on your food and contaminate your food. So try to kill them asap and keep your food covered.
Grasshoppers and Houseflies have wings and the Centipedes and Millipedes do not.
When bees are standing still, the wings are folded back along the body. When they are flying the wings expand perpendicular to the body.
they have wings to fly away from predators, they have antenae for feeling, some can freeze and then still be alive when the ice has melted off them...
no but he could still most likely fly. Hermes had wings
Zonosemataflies with housefly wings are attacked less frequently.
Butterflies hav their wings up when they are standing still. moths spread their wings when their standing still
Zonosemata flies with housefly wings are attacked less frequently
They have wings because they evolved from a flying ancestor with wings. Some still use their wings for other purposes. Penguins use their wings to swim. Ostriches and emus use their wings to help with balance and steering when they run.
Yes. They are still bats.