Maggots do not have the ability to process cellulose. Termites are capable of doing this but not the larvae of flies.
No, maggots eat necrotic (dead) tissue. They will not eat live tissue. They are still used to clean dead skin from festering wounds to fight of infection. (Not in the U.S)
no maggots will only eat dead tissue.
Maggots will eat the flesh of any dead animal.
Yes they do. just like maggots and they live in the wood.
Maggots do eat sugary products, especially candy. Maggots are the larvae of flies and they also eat decomposing flesh of dead bodies.
Yes, crickets can eat through wood. In fact, they have been known to eat through entire exteriors of homes. However, in order for them to eat through thick wood, it would take a number of decades.
yes maggots will grow in and eat meat
no they only eat through wood
If you mean the maggots produced by flies - then no. However, they will eat mealworms, and wax-worms which are both similar in appearance to maggots.
no they eat poo