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The gnat season in Maineseems to occupy most of the year due to factors such as clean water and climate change.
Black flies are small insects, some of which feed on human blood and plague people seeking outdoor adventures in the state. Jim Dill, a pest management specialist at the University of Maine's collaborative expansion, said that decades ago the season in Buyu, Maine was the first week of the end of May to June, after which Bangor Daily News said he would die. Told to.
According to experts, that doesn't seem to be the case anymore, and this season will continue throughout the summer. One reason is thatflies need freshwaterto breed, and decades of environmental protection laws have provided them, Bangor Daily News reported.
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The season for gnats in Maine has been extended.
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Dill this seasonfrom the beginning of fine weathersaid it would continue until the first frost of the year. He said different species are active at different times of the summer.