Filth Flies

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Weeks, E N.I., E.T. Machtinger, S.A. Gezman, P.E. Kaufman, and C. J. Geden. 2017.  Effect of four commercial fungal formulations on mortality and sporulation of house flies (Musca domestica) and stable flies (Stomoxys calcitrans). Medical and Veterinary Entomology 31:15-22.

Machtinger, E.T., E.N.I. Weeks, C. J. Geden, and P.E. Kaufman. 2016. House fly (Musca domestica) (Diptera: Muscidae) mortality after exposure to commercial fungal formulations in a sugar bait.  Biocontrol Science and Technology 26:1444-1450.

Machtinger, E.T., E. N. I. Weeks, C.J. Geden. 2016. Oviposition deterrence and immature survival of filth flies (Diptera:Muscidae) when exposed to commercial fungal products. Journal of Insect Science 16:54.

Machtinger, E.T., N.C. Leppla, J.A. Hogsette.  2016. An assessment of the seasonal abundance and species composition of filth flies and their parasitoids on Florida equine farms to improve biological control. Neotropical Entomology. DOI: 10.1007/s13744-016-0376-z

Machtinger, E.T., C.J. Geden, N.C. Leppla, J.A. Hogsette.  2014. Oviposition preference and development of house flies and stable flies in six common substrates found in equine facilities. Journal of Medical Entomology 51: 1144 – 1150.