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Miranda wrote at 2013-01-19 17:51:11
That last answer was completely false. Anyone with internet access can learn that a female midge DOES bite and requires blood to reproduce. The bites are painful, and long lasting. They absolutely can and do live indoors. A common house plant is a great place for these insects to breed and live.


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