In her postdoctoral position with the USDA-ARS, entomologist Erika Machtinger directed a field study in which she had to manage “a field staff of six, countless rotating volunteers, laboratory support, and multiple institutions and landowners.” All in a day’s work for a busy entomologist! Learn more in the first of our new “Standout Early Career Professionals” Q&A series.
By Josh Lancette Researchers at the University of Florida found that a commercial formulation of the entomopathogenic fungus Metarhizium brunneum was effective at reducing house fly and stable fly egg-laying […]
By Leslie Mertz Horses need help when it comes to insect pests, particularly the house flies and stable flies that can be a near-constant source of annoyance and even disease. […]