Stable Fly (Dog Fly) Control: ENY267/IG133, rev. 8/2012 Academic Article uri icon


  • The stable fly is a blood-sucking filth fly of considerable importance to people, pets, livestock, and the tourist industry in Florida. Filth flies, including stable flies, exploit habitats and food sources created by human activities, such as farming. Stable flies primarily attack animals for a blood meal, but in the absence of an animal host, they will bite people. This revised 4-page fact sheet was written by P. E. Kaufman and E. N. I. Weeks, and published by the UF Department of Entomology and Nematology, August 2012. ENY267/IG133: Stable Fly (Dog Fly) Control (

published proceedings

  • EDIS

author list (cited authors)

  • Kaufman, P. E., & Weeks, E.

citation count

  • 0

complete list of authors

  • Kaufman, Phillip E||Weeks, Emma NI

publication date

  • January 2012

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