FIELD GUIDE STABLE FLIES

  1. STABLE FLY - FIELD GUIDE
    CONTROL... Stable flies _ enter structures but may do so in numbers
    infrequently
  2. STABLE FLY - FIELD GUIDE
    CONTROL... _ is the only practical method of control.
    exclusion
  3. STABLE FLY - FIELD GUIDE
    CONTROL... _ _ can help reduce the
    flies once inside and are recommended in areas
    with large stable fly populations
    light traps
  4. STABLE FLY - FIELD GUIDE
    CONTROL... Light traps can help reduce the
    flies once inside and are recommended in areas
    with large stable fly _
    populations
  5. STABLE FLY - FIELD GUIDE
    CONTROL... Outside, use _ or _ formulations
    to resting surfaces such as walls and the ground next to doorways
    microencapsulated or wettable powder
  6. STABLE FLY - FIELD GUIDE
    CONTROL... Outside, use microencapsulated or wettable powder formulations
    to resting surfaces such as _and the ground next to doorways
    walls
  7. STABLE FLY - FIELD GUIDE
    CONTROL... Outside, use microencapsulated or wettable powder formulations
    to resting surfaces such as walls and the _ next to _
    • ground
    • doorways
  8. STABLE FLY - FIELD GUIDE
    CONTROL... To decrease breeding sites,
    eliminate breeding materials once every NUMBER weeks because
    stable fly developmental time is about 15 days
    2 weeks
  9. STABLE FLY - FIELD GUIDE
    CONTROL... To decrease breeding sites,
    eliminate breeding materials once every 2 weeks because
    stable fly developmental time is about NUMBER days
    15 days
  10. STABLE FLY - FIELD GUIDE
    CONTROL... To decrease breeding sites,
    eliminate _ materials once every 2 weeks because
    stable fly developmental time is about 15 days
    breeding
  11. STABLE FLY - FIELD GUIDE
    CONTROL... the proper management of _ _ is
    especially important on golf courses
    grass clippings
  12. STABLE FLY - FIELD GUIDE
    CONTROL... the proper management of grass clippings is
    especially important on _ _
    golf courses
  13. STABLE FLY - FIELD GUIDE
    CONTROL... For _ and _ _,
    bedding and hay in the field contaminated with
    feces and urine must be disposed
    urban and backyard stables
  14. STABLE FLY - FIELD GUIDE
    CONTROL... For urban and backyard stables,
    _ and _ in the field contaminated with
    feces and urine must be disposed
    bedding and hay
  15. STABLE FLY - FIELD GUIDE
    CONTROL... For urban and backyard stables,
    bedding and hay in the field contaminated with
    _ and _ must be disposed
    feces and urine
  16. STABLE FLY - FIELD GUIDE
    CONTROL... along beaches, the accumulated _ _ _ should be removed
    washed-up vegetation
  17. STABLE FLY - FIELD GUIDE
    are a pest because of the _ _ they inflict.
    painful bite
  18. STABLE FLY - FIELD GUIDE
    a problem in suburban and rural areas where
    _ and other _ are _ and
    in beach areas
    • horses
    • livestock
    • stabled
  19. STABLE FLY - FIELD GUIDE
    a problem in suburban and rural areas where
    horses and other livestock are stabled and
    in _ areas
    beach areas
  20. STABLE FLY - FIELD GUIDE
    larva appearance = indistinct _-shaped structure (button) in its center
    donut
  21. STABLE FLY - FIELD GUIDE
    in the U.S., stable flies are only involved with
    transmission of _ disease pathogens.
    livestock
  22. STABLE FLY - FIELD GUIDE
    Adults may take blood meals more than
    _ _ _ but also feed on sugar sources.
    once each day
  23. STABLE FLY - FIELD GUIDE
    Adults may take blood meals more than
    once each day but also feed on _ sources.
    sugar
  24. STABLE FLY - FIELD GUIDE
    Although peak feeding occurs in the _ _ and
    late afternoon on hot days, biting is diminished on cloudy and/or windy days
    early morning
  25. STABLE FLY - FIELD GUIDE
    Although peak feeding occurs in the early morning and
    _ _ on hot days, biting is diminished on cloudy and/or windy days
    late afternoon
  26. STABLE FLY - FIELD GUIDE
    Although peak feeding occurs in the early morning and
    late afternoon on _ days, biting is diminished on cloudy and/or windy days
    hot days
  27. STABLE FLY - FIELD GUIDE
    Although peak feeding occurs in the early morning and
    late afternoon on hot days, biting is diminished on _ and/or windy days
    cloudy
  28. STABLE FLY - FIELD GUIDE
    Although peak feeding occurs in the early morning and
    late afternoon on hot days, biting is diminished on cloudy and/or _ days
    windy
  29. STABLE FLY - FIELD GUIDE
    They attack the _ of humans and the belly,
    lower body, and limbs of livestock, particularly horses and cattle
    ankles
  30. STABLE FLY - FIELD GUIDE
    They attack the ankles of humans and the _,
    lower body, and limbs of livestock, particularly horses and cattle
    belly
  31. STABLE FLY - FIELD GUIDE
    They attack the ankles of humans and the belly,
    _ body, and limbs of livestock, particularly horses and cattle
    lower body
  32. STABLE FLY - FIELD GUIDE
    They attack the ankles of humans and the belly,
    lower body, and _ of livestock, particularly horses and cattle
    limbs
  33. STABLE FLY - FIELD GUIDE
    They attack the ankles of humans and the belly,
    lower body, and limbs of livestock, particularly _ and _
    horses and cattle
  34. STABLE FLY - FIELD GUIDE
    can cause a 40-60% reduction in _ production.
    milk
  35. STABLE FLY - FIELD GUIDE
    larvae breeding material = must be _ and porous
    loose
  36. STABLE FLY - FIELD GUIDE
    larvae breeding material = must be loose and _
    porous
  37. STABLE FLY - FIELD GUIDE
    larvae breeding material = animal bedding (_)
    straw
  38. STABLE FLY - FIELD GUIDE
    larvae breeding material =
    _ _ hay in the field which are
    contaminated with _ and _
    • old rolled hay
    • urine and feces
  39. STABLE FLY - FIELD GUIDE
    larvae breeding material =
    piles of_ _ especially from golf courses
    grass clippings
  40. STABLE FLY - FIELD GUIDE
    larvae breeding material =
    grass clipping clods stuck on the
    underside of _ _
    lawn mowers
  41. STABLE FLY - FIELD GUIDE
    larvae breeding material =
    rotting _ and _
    fruits and vegetables
  42. STABLE FLY - FIELD GUIDE
    Adults are attracted to _ _ and
    people wearing _ _ are often attacked
    • dark colors
    • dark clothes
  43. STABLE FLY - FIELD GUIDE
    if disturbed, they tend to return to
    the same spot
  44. STABLE FLY - FIELD GUIDE
    At night time,
    seek sheltered areas and cease biting.
Author
ianquinto
ID
350121
Card Set
FIELD GUIDE STABLE FLIES
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FIELD GUIDE STABLE FLIES
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