Erika Machtinger

Erika Machtinger

Assistant Professor of Entomology

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Most Recent Papers

Tick Bite Risk and Tick-Borne Disease Perceptions of School District Administrators in the Mid-Atlantic United States

Erika T. Machtinger, Andrew Y. Li, Yifen Liu, 2019, Journal of School Health on p. 959-968

Deer keds (Diptera

Michael J. Skvarla, Erika Machtinger, 2019, Journal of medical entomology on p. 744-760

Effects of four commercial fungal formulations on mortality and sporulation in house flies (Musca domestica) and stable flies (Stomoxys calcitrans)

E. N.I. Weeks, E. T. Machtinger, S. A. Gezan, P. E. Kaufman, C. J. Geden, 2017, Medical and Veterinary Entomology on p. 15-22

Manure preferences and postemergence learning of two filth fly parasitoids, spalangia cameroni and muscidifurax raptor (Hymenoptera

Caitlin E. Taylor, Erika T. Machtinger, Christopher J. Geden, Matthew Kramer, 2016, PloS one

House and Stable Fly Seasonal Abundance, Larval Development Substrates, and Natural Parasitism on Small Equine Farms in Florida

E. T. Machtinger, N. C. Leppla, J. A. Hogsette, 2016, Neotropical Entomology on p. 433-440

Oviposition deterrence and immature survival of filth flies (Diptera

E. T. Machtinger, E. N.I. Weeks, C. J. Geden, 2016, Journal of Insect Science

Comparison of the Olfactory Preferences of Four of Filth Fly Pupal Parasitoid Species (Hymenoptera

E. T. Machtinger, C. J. Geden, 2015, Environmental Entomology on p. 1417-1424

Linear dispersal of the filth fly parasitoid Spalangia cameroni (Hymenoptera

Erika T. Machtinger, Christopher J. Geden, Norman C. Leppla, 2015, PloS one

Use of pupal parasitoids as biological control agents of filth flies on equine facilities

Erika T. Machtinger, Christopher J. Geden, Phillip E. Kaufman, Amanda M. House, 2015, Journal of Integrated Pest Management

Development and oviposition preference of house flies and stable flies (Diptera

E. T. Machtinger, C. J. Geden, J. A. Hogsette, N. C. Leppla, 2014, Journal of medical entomology on p. 1144-1150

Recent Most-Cited Papers

Oviposition deterrence and immature survival of filth flies (Diptera

E. T. Machtinger, E. N.I. Weeks, C. J. Geden, 2016, Journal of Insect Science

Development and oviposition preference of house flies and stable flies (Diptera

E. T. Machtinger, C. J. Geden, J. A. Hogsette, N. C. Leppla, 2014, Journal of medical entomology on p. 1144-1150

Host location by Spalangia cameroni (Hymenoptera

Erika T. Machtinger, Christopher J. Geden, 2013, Biological Control on p. 130-134

Use of pupal parasitoids as biological control agents of filth flies on equine facilities

Erika T. Machtinger, Christopher J. Geden, Phillip E. Kaufman, Amanda M. House, 2015, Journal of Integrated Pest Management

Comparison of the Olfactory Preferences of Four of Filth Fly Pupal Parasitoid Species (Hymenoptera

E. T. Machtinger, C. J. Geden, 2015, Environmental Entomology on p. 1417-1424

Linear dispersal of the filth fly parasitoid Spalangia cameroni (Hymenoptera

Erika T. Machtinger, Christopher J. Geden, Norman C. Leppla, 2015, PloS one

Effects of four commercial fungal formulations on mortality and sporulation in house flies (Musca domestica) and stable flies (Stomoxys calcitrans)

E. N.I. Weeks, E. T. Machtinger, S. A. Gezan, P. E. Kaufman, C. J. Geden, 2017, Medical and Veterinary Entomology on p. 15-22

Manure preferences and postemergence learning of two filth fly parasitoids, spalangia cameroni and muscidifurax raptor (Hymenoptera

Caitlin E. Taylor, Erika T. Machtinger, Christopher J. Geden, Matthew Kramer, 2016, PloS one

House and Stable Fly Seasonal Abundance, Larval Development Substrates, and Natural Parasitism on Small Equine Farms in Florida

E. T. Machtinger, N. C. Leppla, J. A. Hogsette, 2016, Neotropical Entomology on p. 433-440

Deer keds (Diptera

Michael J. Skvarla, Erika Machtinger, 2019, Journal of medical entomology on p. 744-760