Mayflies are harmless. Based on scientific research accumulated, mayfly nymphs are vital to the freshwater ecosystem. They prevent large build-ups in aquatic algae and detritus. They also serve as food sources for many predators. It’s all dandy with mayflies living underwater, but how about when they fly out in large numbers into the world? They are seen as nuisances when they gather in large masses – covering beaches, lakes, streets, window screens, and the works. When encountered in large numbers, mayflies are seen as traffic hazards. They rarely ever act as nuisances, but while around, homeowners are irritable.
Does that sound like you? Are you completely annoyed when mayflies are up and flying before dying, only to repeat the cycle? Here are a few tips you can follow to get rid of mayflies in the form of a video.