UF/IFAS Fact Sheets


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UF-IFAS EDIS Mosquito Related Fact Sheets

UF-IFAS EDIS Mosquito-borne Diseases Fact Sheets

Asian Tiger Mosquito, Aedes albopictus (Skuse) (Insecta Diptera Culicidae)

Biting Flies

Biting Midges of Coastal Florida

Bloodsucking Insects

Body Lice and Pubic Lice

Brown Recluse Spider, Loxosceles reclusa Gertsch and Mulaik (Arachnida Araneae Sicariidae)

Coastal Wetlands of the Indian River Lagoon

Common Poultry Diseases

Crabhole Mosquito, Deinocerites cancer Theobald (Insecta Diptera Culicidae)

Deer Flies, Yellow Flies and Horse Flies, Chrysops, Diachlorus, and Tabanus spp.

Dragonflies and Damselflies (Insecta Odonata)

Eastern Equine Encephalitis

Ehrlichia in Florida

External Parasites Around Animal Facilities

External Parasites on Horses

Handbook of Florida Water Regulation Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services

Handbook of Florida Water Regulation Florida Pesticide Law

Human Malaria

Hurricanes and Mosquitoes

Interpreting Pesticide Label Wording

Invasive Insects (Adventive Pest Insects) in Florida

Invisible Itches Insect and Non-Insect Causes

La Crosse Encephalitis

Lyme Disease in Florida Horses

Lyme Disease in Florida


Mosquito Control Impoundments

Mosquito Repellents

Mosquito-borne Dog Heartworm Disease

Mosquito-transmitted Highlands J virus in Florida

Mosquitoes Associated with Stormwater Detention- Retention Areas

Pesticide Labeling Environmental Hazards Statements

Pesticide Labeling Labeling Claims

Pesticide Toxicity Profile Synthetic Pyrethroid Pesticides

Rearing Copepods for Mosquito Control

Requirements of Aerial Applicators in Florida

Saint Louis Encephalitis A Florida Problem

Scientific Nomenclature What's in a Name

Seagrass Beds of the Indian River Lagoon

Some Small Native Freshwater Fish Recommended for Mosquito and Midge Control in Ornamental Ponds

Special Types of Pesticides

St. Louis Encephalitis- The Role of Chickens

Surveillance for Mosquito-borne Viruses

The Asian Tiger Mosquito in Florida

The Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services (FDACS) Continuing Education Unit (CEU) System for Certified Pestic

The Florida SLE Mosquito, Culex (Culex) nigripalpus Theobald (Insecta Diptera Culicidae)

The Mosquito

Use and Application of DEET Repellent

Using Nematodes to Control Insects Overview and Frequently Asked Questions

West Nile Virus

What Is and Isn't a Pesticide

Why Do We Use Pesticides