Research Specialties | Education | Research Experience
Memberships | Accomplishments | Invitations
Research ExperienceDr. Hogsette was hired in a Post-Doctoral position in January, 1980, to fill a vacant field entomologist position and perform research on Higher Diptera in agricultural settings. After competing successfully for a permanent position, he was hired as a Research Entomologist in August, 1980. In October, 1980, he was sent to Panama City, Florida, to manage the stable fly pilot project. In 1986, he returned to Gainesville and since then has concentrated on various aspects of biology, ecology and control of house flies and stable flies in agricultural and urban settings. The incumbent was appointed Lead Scientist in Mosquito and Fly Research Unit in 2009.
Membership in Professional Societies
- Entomological Society of America
- Society of Vector Ecology
- American Mosquito Control Association
- European Mosquito Control Association
- Florida Mosquito Control Association
Selected Research AccomplishmentsDr. Hogsette has worked in the field of veterinary and medical entomology for 35 years. His specialty has been the biology, ecology and management of nuisance higher Diptera, particularly house flies and stable flies, in agricultural and urban settings. He has conducted numerous cooperative studies with USDA and university scientists, both nationally and internationally, and has worked extensively with industry and with the military. He has been a frequent consultant throughout the world on research projects involving nuisance flies and has been invited on numerous occasions to write review papers and present educational lectures on filth flies. With his 1985 paper on stable fly long-range dispersal, he opened the door to the continuing nation-wide research and debate on this topic. His work with light traps for house flies has changed the way that the pest control industry utilizes traps in restaurants and other buildings. Dr. Hogsette has worked in many aspects of management of nuisance flies, including trapping, development of and management with pesticides and Insect Growth Regulators, sanitation, biological control, attractants and repellents. He is the author or co-author of more than 200 refereed publications, review articles, book chapters and extension articles, with 3 patents and numerous publications in the popular press. Dr. Hogsette has mentored 25 graduate students.
Invitations and Special Assignments
- Invited to return to Costa Rica and field test attract and kill devices for stable flies discussed at the 2018 International Stable Fly Workshop, and make presentations Stable Fly Trapping and Monitoring, July 14-20, 2019, San Jose and San Carlos, Costa Rica.
- Invited to serve on a FIFRA Scientific Advisory Panel to review new guidelines on Treatments Topically Applied to Pets to Control Certain Invertebrate Ectoparasitic Pests, June 11-14, 2019, Arlington, VA.
- Invited to attend the International Stable Fly Workshop to become acquainted with on-site problems and give the talk: Traps and Monitoring, April 16-20, 2018, San Jose and San Carlos, Costa Rica.
- Invited to serve on a FIFRA Scientific Advisory Panel to review new guidelines on Efficacy Testing of Pesticides used for Premise Treatments for Invertebrate Pests and Treatments for Fire Ants, May 8-10, 2018, Arlington, VA.
- Invited to attend the 2018 IPM for Food Plants Seminar, "Advancements in Pest Management Strategies," and present a 1.5-hour talk on Fly Control in the Food Environment, June 5-6, 2018, in Hershey, PA.
- Invited by CDR Frederick Stell, USN, Chief, Operations Division, to present a talk about the 'Development and Status of Mechanical Disinsection for Aircraft' at the 204th Armed Forces Pest Management Board Meeting, Silver Spring, MD, Mar 21, 2017.
- Invited to give a talk about Veterinary Entomology in Florida in the Medical and Veterinary Entomology Symposium at the International Congress of Entomology, Orlando, Florida, September, 2016.
- Invited to give a 20-30-minute presentation about blood feeding behavior and control of stable fly by trapping with attractant technology at the 4th International Forum for Surveillance and Control of Mosquitoes and Mosquito-borne Diseases and the jointing meeting of the Medical and Veterinary Entomology of the Entomological Society of China, Guangzhou, China, May 25-28, 2015.
- Member of US Team on Pest Management selected to visit China to learn more about nuisance fly problems and techniques used for nuisance fly management, May 17-30, 2014.
- Invited by Delta Airlines, General Manager, Environmental Sustainability, to consult on the development of standardized flight-departure disinsection procedures for Delta's operations in West Africa (i.e., malaria-endemic zones - Dakar, Accra, Lagos, and Monrovia), 3 Jan 2014.
- Invited by the Head Veterinarian to consult with the staff veterinarians, animal keepers and other pertinent personnel at the Brookfield Zoo about management of nuisance flies, and present educational lectures to zoo and other insect management personnel pertaining to fly biology and control, May 13-16, 2013, Brookfield, Illinois.
- Invited to speak on "What is new with the air curtain disinsection project" at the Aviation Health Conference 2012, International Air Transport Assn., London, UK, October 2-3, 2012.
- Visited field sites of sugarcane production where stable fly populations are being produced during the summer months as part of the EMBRAPA/USDA cooperative project, May 6-20, 2012.
- Performed field demonstration of air curtain system on Delta aircraft arriving at and departing from Kotoka International Airport, Accra, Ghana, in conjunction with Delta Airlines and the US Department of Transportation, August 14-28, 2011.
- Consulted on field projects for fly control around confined swine and dairy cattle with treated fabrics in Ghana, Kenya and Uganda, Sept 10-23, 2011.
- Invited to work cooperatively with EMBRAPA and members of the USDA Laboratory in Kerrville, TX, and the Department of Entomology, Louisiana State University on management of stable flies in Brazil, October, 2010.
- Invited to attend an Aircraft Disinsection Meeting with representatives of the US DOT, and Delta Airlines to begin planning for a cooperative project for prevention of insect entry into aircraft at airports in West Africa using non-chemical methods, Washington, DC, October 5, 2010.
- Invited to be a Panel Member to develop a Request for Proposal on disinsection of aircraft at The National Academy of Sciences, Transportation Research Board, Washington, DC, Feb 1-2, 2010.
- Invited by Dr. Robert Farkas, Chairman of the Department of Parasitology and Zoology, to visit the University of Veterinary Science, Budapest, to consult on and participate in ongoing surveys of phlebotomine sand flies in Hungary (2008-2009).
- Consulted with Disinsection Interagency Working Group, chaired by Arnold Konheim, US DOT, Washington, on future meeting and demonstration and research for WHO, February 13, 2008. Consulted at a subsequent related meeting, the Actions to Certify Non-Chemical Disinsection System, chaired by Dr. Tony Evans, Chief, Aviation Medicine, International Civil Aviation Organization, Montreal, Canada, July 7, 2009.
- Invited to The Netherlands to make a 3-hr keynote address "Nuisance Fly Biology, Ecology and Management, an International Approach" in an International Fly Mini-symposium for European Pest Control Operators. (2008)
- Invited by Dr. Rudolf Urech, Department of Primary Industries, Queensland, Australia, to participate on an Australian research team as a Foreign Expert and assist with the planning and performance of the research project entitled Integrated Management of Nuisance Fly Populations on Cattle Feedlots. Funding was provided by Meat and Livestock Australia, July 2004-February 2007.
- Consulted with Suzy Alberts, IPM Specialist at the Smithsonian National Zoo, Washington, D.C. about ways to manage stable fly populations on and around the wolves and cheetahs housed at the zoo without using pesticides. Discussions about development of integrated management programs led to the initiation of a stable fly management project at the zoo, May 11, 2004-present.
- Detailed as Acting National Program Leader for NP-104, Beltsville, MD, January-March, 2001.
- Invited by Dr. Renato Ripa, INIA, La Cruz, Chile, to attend a meeting of participants in Manure Transformation Project in Viña del Mar, Chile, and to summarize projects from first year's work on the MOU, July 26-Aug 7, 2000.
- Invited by Dr. Renato Ripa, Director, INIA, La Cruz, to come to Chile to meet with members of the research committee to finalize the proposal for the manure transformation project, April 12-23, 1999.
- Invited by Drs. Andy Spielman and Richard Pollack, Harvard University School of Public Health, to accompany them to Aqaba, Jordan, to attend the annual project review for the MERC project Environmental solutions to problems caused by arthropods of public health importance in the Jordan Rift Valley and the Gaza Strip, and determine whether a 1-year extension and additional funding is warranted, August 5-10, 1998.
- Invited by Dr. Renato Ripa, Director, INIA, La Cruz, Chile, to act as an outside consultant and review the Chilean Filth Fly Biological Control Program on Easter Island, October 20-25, 1997.
- Invited by Dr. Andrew Spielman, Harvard University School of Public Health, to accompany him and his associate, Dr. Richard Pollack, to Israel to discuss the Middle East house fly project goals for 1997 with project leaders from Israel, Jordan, and Gaza, February 15-20, 1997.
- Invited by Dr. Ed Lijewski, USAID, to accompany Dr. Bob Headlin, USAID, to Israel and Jordan for an on-site visit to review the project entitled: Environmental solutions to problems caused by arthropods of public health importance in the Jordan Rift Valley and the Gaza Strip, and advise whether a 3-year extension and additional funding is warranted, Oct. 10-23, 1996 (All expenses paid by USAID)
- Invited by Dr. Renato Ripa, Director, INIA, La Cruz, Chile, to act as an outside consultant and review the Chilean Filth Fly Biological Control Program on Easter Island, April 17-May 10, 1995.
- Visited northern, eastern, and southern China with two colleagues from state universities to meet with Chinese scientists for discussion of potential cooperative research; and to search for candidate parasitic hymenoptera for use in filth fly biological control programs in the U.S. and China, 1993.
- Invited to visit the University of Veterinary Science, Budapest, to tour typical Hungarian agricultural facilities as a basis for the development of cooperative research projects. Dr. Hogsette also met with scientists at the Hungarian National Museum and the Bureau of Sanitation and Hygiene. During his visit, he conducted the first large-scale survey of hymenopterous pupal parasitoids of filth flies in Northern and Central Hungary, August 3-23, 1991.
- Cooperated with Dr. Renato Ripa, Instituto de Investigaciones Agropecuarias, La Cruz, Chile, on a preliminary survey of nuisance flies on Easter Island, 1990-1991.
Hogsette, J. A. & J. P. Ruff. 1985. Stable fly (Diptera: Muscidae) migration in northwest Florida. Environ. Entomol. 14: 170-175.
Jones, C.J., Hogsette, J.A., Patterson, R.S., and Milne, D.E. 1985. Effects of natural saccharide and pollen extract feeding on stable fly (Diptera: Muscidae) longevity. Environ. Entomol. 14: 223-227.
Hogsette, J.A., Ruff, J.P., and Jones, C.J. 1987. Stable fly biology and control in northwest Florida. J. Agric. Entomol. 4:1-11.
Hogsette, J. A., J. P. Ruff, & C. J. Jones. 1989. Dispersal behavior of stable flies (Diptera: Muscidae), pp. 23-32. In J. J. Petersen & G. L. Greene [eds.], Current status of stable fly (Diptera: Muscidae) research. Entomol. Soc. Am. Misc. Pub. No. 74.
Hogsette, J.A. and Ruff J.P. 1990. Comparative attraction of four different fiberglass traps to various age and sex classes of stable fly (Diptera: Muscidae) adults. J. Econ. Entomol. 83:883-886.
Jones, C.J., Hogsette, J.A., Patterson, R.S., Milne, D.E., Propp, G.D., Milio, J.F., Rickard, L.R., and Ruff, J.P. 1991. Origin of stable flies (Diptera: Muscidae) on west Florida beaches: Electrophoretic analysis of stable fly dispersal. J. Med. Entomol. 28:787-795.
Foil, L. D. & J. A. Hogsette. 1994. Biology and control of tabanids, stable flies and horn flies. Revue Scientifique et Technique. Office International des Epizooties. Paris. 13: 1125-1158.
Hogsette, J.A. and Koehler, P.G. 1994. Repellency of aqueous solutions of boric acid and Polybor 3 to house flies (Diptera: Muscidae). J. Econ. Entomol. 87:1033-1037.
Hogsette, J.A. 1996. Development of house flies, Musca domestica L., in sand containing varying amounts of manure solids and moisture. J. Econ. Entomol. 89:940-945.
Hogsette. J.A. and Ruff, J.P. 1996. Permethrin-impregnated yarn: Longevity of efficacy and potential use on cylindrical fiberglass stable fly (Diptera: Muscidae) traps. J. Econ. Entomol. 89:1521-1525.
Geden C.J., Hogsette, J.A., and Jacobs, R.D. 1999. Effect of air flow on distribution of house flies (Diptera: Muscidae) in caged-layer poultry houses. J. Econ. Entomol. 92:416-420.
Hogsette, J.A. and Jacobs, R.D. 1999. Failure of Hydrotaea aenescens, a larval predator of the house fly, Musca domestica L., to establish in wet poultry manure on a commercial farm in Florida, USA. Med. Vet. Entomol. 13:349-354.
Hogsette, J. A. and R. Farkas. 2000. Secretophagous and hematophagous higher Diptera, pp. 769-792. In Papp, L and Darvas, B. [eds.], Contributions to a Manual of Palearctic Diptera, Vol. 1 General and Applied Dipterology. Science Herald, Budapest.
Farkas, R. and J. A. Hogsette. 2000. Current and prospective control possibilities of filth-breeding flies in livestock and poultry production, pp. 889-904. In Papp, L and Darvas, B. [eds.], Contributions to a Manual of Palearctic Diptera, Vol. 1 General and Applied Dipterology. Science Herald, Budapest.
Hogsette, J.A., Carlson, D.A., and Nejame, A.S. 2002. Development of granular boric acid sugar baits for house flies (Diptera: Muscidae). J. Econ. Entomol. 95:1110-1112.
Keen, J. E., C. J. Jones, R. R. Gerhardt, D. W. Watson, J. A. Hogsette, and D. P. Keen. 2002. Isolation of Shiga-Toxigenic Escherichia coli (STEC) from livestock pest flies. Proceedings of the Conference of Research Workers in Animal Diseases, Chicago, IL, November 9-11, 2003.
Fried, J. H., D. J. Levey and J. A. Hogsette. 2005. Habitat corridors function both as drift fences and movement conduits for dispersing flies. Oecologia 143: 645-651.
Hogsette, J.A. and Carlson, D.A. 2005. Insect trap. U.S. Patent No. 6,966,142.
Broce, A.B., Hogsette, J.A., and Paisley, S. 2005. Winter feeding sites of hay in round bales as major developmental sites of stable flies (Diptera: Muscidae) in pastures in spring and summer. J. Econ. Entomol. 98:2307-2312.
Geden, C.J. and Hogsette, J.A. 2006. Suppression of house flies (Diptera: Muscidae) in Florida poultry houses by sustained releases of Muscidifurax raptorellus and Spalangia cameroni (Hymenoptera: Pteromalidae). Environ. Entomol. 35:75-82.
Carlson, D.A., Hogsette, J.A., Kline, D.L., Geden, C.J., and Vander Meer, R.K. 2006. Prevention of mosquitoes and house flies from entering simulated aircraft with commercial air curtain units. J. Econ. Entomol. 99:182-193.
Carlson, D.A. and Hogsette, J.A. 2007. Flybrella: A device to attract and kill house flies. J. Econ. Entomol. 100:483-487.
Hogsette, J. A. and J. Amendt. 2008. Flies, pp. 209-237. In X. Bonnefoy, H. Kampen and K. Sweeney [eds.], Public Health Significance of Urban Pests. World Health Organization Regional Office Europe, Copenhagen, Denmark, xiv + 570 pages, English.
Hogsette, J.A., Nalli, A., and Foil, L.D. 2008. Evaluation of different Insecticides and fabric types for development of treated targets for stable fly (Diptera: Muscidae) control. J. Econ. Entomol. 101:1034-1038.
Lloyd, A. M., D. L. Kline, J. A. Hogsette, P. E. Kaufman and S. A. Allen. 2008. Evaluation of two commercial traps for the collection of Culicoides (Diptera: Ceratopogonidae). J. Am. Mosq. Cntrl. Assn. 24: 253-262.
Hogsette, J.A., H. A. Hanafi, U. R. Bernier, D. L. Kline, E. Y. Fawaz, B. D. Furman and D. F. Hoel. 2008. Discovery of diurnal resting sites of phlebotomine sand flies in a village in southern Egypt. J. Am. Mosq. Cntrl. Assn. 24: 601-603.
Jarzen, D. A. and J. A. Hogsette. 2008. Pollen recovered from the exoskeleton of stable flies, Stomoxys calcitrans (L.). Palynology 32: 77-81.
Hogsette, J. A. 2008. House fly (Diptera: Muscidae) ultraviolet light traps: Design affects attraction and capture, pp. 193-196. In W.H. Robinson, W. H. and D. Bajomi, D. [eds.], Proceedings of the 6th International Conference on Urban Pests, OOK-Press Kft., Budapest, Hungary.
Bentley, M. T., P. E. Kaufman, D. L. Kline and J. A. Hogsette. 2009. Response of adult mosquitoes to light emitting diodes placed in resting boxes and in the field. J. Am. Mosq. Cntrl. Assn. 25: 285-291.
Hoffmann, W. C., M. Farooq, T. W. Walker, B. Fritz, D. Szumlas, B. Quinn, U. R. Bernier, J. A. Hogsette, Y. Lan, and Y. Huang. 2009. Canopy penetration and deposition of barrier sprays from electrostatic and conventional sprayers. J. Am. Mosq. Control Assn. 25: 323-331.
Jarzen, D. A. and J. A. Hogsette. 2009. Pollen as a tool for tracking stable flies. Florida Scientist 72: (Supplement 1) 29.
Hoel, D. F., D. L. Kline, J. A. Hogsette, U. R. Bernier, S. S. El-Hossary, H. A. Hanafi, N. Watany, E. Y. Fawaz, B. D. Furman, P. J. Obenauer and D. E.Szumlas. 2010. Efficacy of commercial mosquito traps in capturing phlebotomine sand flies (Diptera: Psychodidae) in Egypt. J. Med. Entomol. 47: 1179-1184.
Turell, M. J., D. J. Dohm, C. J. Geden, J. A., Hogsette and K. J. Linthicum. 2010. Potential for stable flies and house flies (Diptera: Muscidae) to transmit Rift Valley fever virus. J. Am. Mosq. Cntrl. Assn. 26: 445-448.
Pitzer, J. B., P. E. Kaufman, G. J. Geden and J. A. Hogsette. 2010. The ability of selected pupal parasitoids (Hymenoptera: Pteromalidae) to locate stable fly hosts in a soiled equine bedding substrate. Environ. Entomol. 40: 88-93.
Doyle, M. S., B.N. Swope, J.A. Hogsette, H.M. Savage, and R.S. Nasci. 2011. Vector Competence of the Stable Fly (Diptera: Muscidae) for West Nile virus. J. Med. Entomol. 48: 656-668.
Kline, D. L., G. C. Muller and J. A. Hogsette. 2011. Evaluation of propane combustion traps for the collection of Phlebotomus papatasi (Scopoli) in southern Israel. J. Vector Ecol. 36 (Supplement 1): S166-S171.
Kline, D. L., J.A. Hogsette and G. C. Muller. 2011. A comparison of various configurations of CDC-type traps for the collection of Phlebotomus papatasi (Scopoli) in southern Israel. J. Vector Ecol. 36 (Supplement 1): S212-S218.
Muller, G. C., J. A. Hogsette, E. E. Revay ,V. D. Kravchenko and Y. Schlein. 2011. New records of the tribe Stomoxyini (Diptera: Muscidae) in the Levant with an annotated checklist of the local species. Acta Parasitologia et Medica Entomologica Sinica. 18: 225-229.
Pitzer, J. B., P. E. Kaufman, J. A. Hogsette , G. J. Geden and S. H. TenBroeck. 2011. Seasonal Abundance of Stable Flies and Filth Fly Pupal Parasitoids (Hymenoptera: Pteromalidae) at Florida Equine Facilities. J. Econ. Entomol. 104: 1108-1115.
Hogsette, J. A., R. Urech, P. E. Green, A. G. Skerman, M. M. Elson-Harris, R. L. Bright, and G. W. Brown. 2012. Nuisance flies on Australian cattle feedlots: Immature populations. Med. Vet. Entomol. 26: 46-55.
Urech, R., R. L. Bright, P. E. Green, G. W. Brown, J. A. Hogsette, A. G. Skerman, M. M. Elson-Harris, D. G. Mayer. 2012. Temporal and spatial trends in adult nuisance fly populations on Australian cattle feedlots. Australian J. Entomol. 51:88-96.
Muller, G., J. A. Hogsette, J. C. Beier, S. F. Traore, M. B. Toure, M. M. Traore, S. Bah, S. Doumbia, Y. Schlein.. 2012. Attraction of Stomoxys sp. to various flowers and fruits in Mali. Med. Vet. Entomol. 26: 178-187.
Kline, D. L., U. R. Bernier and J. A. Hogsette. 2012. Efficacy of three attractant blends tested in combination with carbon dioxide against natural populations of mosquitoes and biting flies at the Lower Suwannee Wildlife Refuge. J. Am. Mosq. Control Assn. 28: 123-127.
Kneeland, K. M., S. R. Skoda, J. A. Hogsette, A. Y. Li, J. Molina-Ochoa, K. H. Lohmeyer, and J. E. Foster. 2012. A Century and a Half of Research on the Stable Fly, Stomoxys calcitrans (L.) (Diptera: Muscidae), 1862-2011: An Annotated Bibliography. USDA ARS Publication. 173: 1-169, July 2012.
Muller, G. C., E. E. Revay , J. A.Hogsette, T. Zeegers, D. l. Kline. V. D. Kravchenko, and Y. Schlein. 2012. An annotated checklist of the horse flies (Diptera: Tabanidae) of the Sinai Peninsula Egypt with remarks on ecology and zoogeography. Acta Tropica 122:205-211.
Urech, R., R. L. Bright, P. E. Green, G. W. Brown, J. A. Hogsette, A. G. Skerman, M. M. Elson-Harris, D. G. Mayer. 2012. Temporal and spatial trends in adult nuisance fly populations on Australian cattle feedlots. Australian J. Entomol. 51:88-96.
Zayed, A. B. B., D. F. Hoel, R. A. Tageldin, E. Y. Fawaz, B. D. Furman, J. A. Hogsette and U. R. Bernier. 2013. Efficacy and Duration of Three Residual Insecticides on Cotton Duck and Vinyl Tent Surfaces for Control of the Sand Fly Phlebotomus papatasi (Diptera: Psychodidae). Army Medical Department Journal April-June: 66-72.
Machtinger, E. T., C. J. Geden, J. A. Hogsette and N. C. Leppla. 2014. Development and oviposition preference of house flies and stable flies (Diptera: Muscidae) in six substrates from Florida equine facilities. J. Med. Ent. 51: 1144-1150.
Ose, G. A. and J. A. Hogsette. 2014. Spatial distribution, seasonality and trap preference of stable fly, Stomoxys calcitrans L. (Diptera: Muscidae), adults on a 12-hectare zoological park. Zoo Biol. 33: 228-233.
Swiger, S. L., J. A. Hogsette and J. F. Butler. 2014. Laboratory colonization of the blow flies, Chrysomya megacephala (Diptera: Calliphoridae) and Chrysomya rufifacies (Diptera: Calliphoridae). J. Econ. Entomol. 107: 1780-1784.
Swiger, S. L., J. A. Hogsette and J. F. Butler. 2014. Larval distribution and behavior of Chrysomya rufifacies (Macquart) (Diptera: Calliphoridae) relative to other species on Florida Black Bear (Carnivora: Ursidae) carcasses decomposing in North Central Florida. Neotropical Entomology 43: 21-26.
Barba, M., A. J. Stewart, T. Passler, A. A. Wooldridge, E. van Santen, M. Chamorro, R. Cattley, T. Hathcock , J. A. Hogsette and X. P. Hu. 2015. Experimental transmission of Corynebacterium pseudotuberculosis serovar equi in horses by house flies. J. Vet. Internal Med. 29: 636-643.
Barba, M., A. J. Stewart, T. Passler, T. Hathcock, A. A. Wooldridge, E. van Santen, M. Chamorro, R. Cattley, J. A. Hogsette and X. P. Hu. 2015. Experimental inoculation of house flies, Musca domestica with Corynebacterium pseudotuberculosis serovar equi. Bull. Insectol. 68: 39-44.
Muller, G. C., J. A. Hogsette, D. L. Kline, J. C. Beier, E. E. Revay and R. D. Xue. 2015. Response of Phlebotomus papatasi to visual, physical and chemical attraction features in the field. Acta Tropica 141:32-36.
Burrus, R. G., J. A. Hogsette, P. E. Kaufman, J. E. Maruniak, A. H. Simonne, V. Mai. 2016. Prevalence of Escherichia coli O157:H7 from house flies (Diptera: Muscidae) and dairy samples in North Central Florida. J. Med. Entomol. doi: 10.1093/jme/tjw205.
Hogsette, J. A. and D. L. Kline. 2017. The Knight Stick Trap and Knight Stick Sticky Wraps: New Tools for Stable Fly (Diptera: Muscidae) Management. J. Econ. Entomol. 110: 1384-1389, DOI: 10.1093/jee/tox042.
Hogsette, J. A. and G. A. Ose. 2017. Improved capture of stable flies (Diptera: Muscidae) by placement of Knight Stick sticky fly traps protected by electric fence inside animal exhibit yards at the Smithsonian's National Zoological Park. Zoo Biology 36: 382-386.
Hogsette, J. A. and L. D. Foil. 2018. Blue and Black Cloth Targets: Effects of Size, Shape and Color on Stable Fly (L.) (Diptera: Muscidae) Attraction. J. Econ. Entomol. 111: 974-979. DOI: 10.1093/jee/toy015.
Kline, D. L., J. A. Hogsette and D. A. Rutz. 2018. A Comparison of the Nzi, Horse Pal® and Bite-Lite® H-traps and selected baits for the Collection of Adult Tabanidae in Florida. J. Vector Ecol. 43: 63-70.
Hogsette, J. A. 2018. Evaluation of Cyanarox Insecticidal Bait against stable flies, Stomoxys calcitrans (L.) (Diptera: Muscidae). J. Econ. Entomol. 111: 2493-2495. doi: 10.1093/jee/toy191.
Hogsette, J. A. 2019. Turning Ultraviolet Light Traps on and off Increases Their Attraction to House Flies (Diptera: Muscidae). J. Insect Sci. 19(1): 22; 1-3, doi: 10.1093/jisesa/iey126.
Tam, Tracey L., Jerome Hogsette, and Saundra TenBroeck. 2019. Can Attractive Sticky Traps Be Used to Protect Horses from the Bites of Stomoxys calcitrans (L.). J. Econ. Entomol. Doi: 10.1093/jee/toz134.