Entomology and Plant Pathology

Dr. Justin Talley, Associate Professor

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B.S., West Texas A&M, 2000

M.S., West Texas A&M, 2001

Ph.D., Kansas State University, 2008
justin.talley@okstate.edu


Vita

  

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Livestock Entomology @ OSU

Teaching:

ENTO 3003  Livestock Entomology

Current Extension Assignment:

I have responsibilities for the management of arthropod pests associated with livestock production. Focus of programs will be on providing current educational materials to livestock producers in Oklahoma. Since Oklahoma livestock production is both diverse and vast in size, the programming activities will range from arthropods associated with beef to those affecting small scale producers who rely on goat production.

Research:

Interests include stable fly biology, integrated control, insecticide efficacy, sampling strategies, development of economic thresholds, and parasite/host interactions.

Professional Activities:

Entomological Society of America
Society of Southwestern Entomologists

Recent publications, proceedings, and presentations:

Pace, R.C., J.L. Talley, T.L. Crippen, and A. Wayadande. 2017. Filth fly transmission of E. coli O157:H7 and Salmonella enterica to lettuce,  Latuca sativa. Annals of the Entomological Society of America. (accepted).

Risser, K., C. Greenwood, N. Walker, M. Payton, and J. Talley. 2016.  Prevalence and diversity of entomopathogenic nematodes spanning a mean annual precipitation gradient in pastureland in Oklahoma. Southwestern Entomologist 41: 933-94.

 Bajracharya1, N.S., G.P. Opit, J. Talley, S.G. Gautam & M.E. Payton. 2016. Assessment of fitness effects associated with phosphine resistance in Rhyzopertha dominica (F.) (Coleoptera: Bostrichidae) and Tribolium castaneum (Herbst) (Coleoptera: Tenebrionidae). African Entomology Vol. 24: 39-49.

Scasta, J.D., D.M. Engle, J.L. Talley, J.R. Weir, S.D. Fuhlendorf, and D. Debinski. 2015.  Drought influences control of parasitic flies of cattle on pastures managed with patch-burn grazing.  Rangeland Ecology & Management. 68: 290-297. 

Ferguson, HJ., A.C. Gerry, J.L. Talley, B. Smythe. 2015. VetPestX: Finally! An Online, Searchable, Pesticide Label Database Just for Pests of Animals. Journal of Extension. Vol 53 Num. 3 (online). 

Duell, J.R., R. Carmichael, B. H. Herrin, T. C. Holbrook, J. Talley, and S. E. Little. 2013. Prevalence and Species of Ticks on Horses in Central Oklahoma. Journal of Medical Entomology 50:1330-1333.

Bajracharya, N.S., G. P. Opit, J. Talley, and C.L. Jones. 2013. Efficacies of spinosad and a combination of chlorpyrifos-methyl and deltamethrin against phosphine-resistant Rhyzopertha dominica (Coleoptera: Bostrichidae) and Tribolium castaneum (Coleoptera: Tenebrionidae) on wheat. Journal of Economic Entomology 106 2208-2215.

Wasala, L., J. Talley, U. Desilva, J. Fletcher and A. Wayadande.  2013. Transfer of Escherichia coli O157:H7 to spinach by house flies (Musca domestica).  Phytopathology 103:373-380.

Scasta, J.D., Engle, D.M., Talley, J.L., Weir, J.R., Stansberry, J.C., Fuhlendorf, S.D., and Harr, R.N.  2012. Pyric-herbivory to manage horn flies (Diptera: Muscidae) on cattle. Southwest. Entomol. 37(3): 325-334.

Aminatou, B.A., Gautam, S.G., Opit, G.P., Talley, J.L., and Shakya, K. 2011. Population growth and development of Liposcelis pearmani (Psocoptera: Liposcelididae) at constant temperatures and relative humidities.  Environmental Entomology, 40(4):788-796.

Gerry, A.C., Wayadande, A.C., Talley, J.L., Wasala, L.P. 2010. Protecting food crops from contamination with filth fly transmitted human pathogens. HortScience 45(8). p.S 33.  Annual Conference of the American Society for Horticultural Science. Palm Springs, CA

Talley, J.L., L. Zurek, and A.B. Broce. 2009. Characterization of the stable fly (Diptera: Muscidae) larval developmental habitat at round hay bale feeding sites.  J. Med. Entomol. 46: 1310-1319. 

Talley, J.L., A.C. Wayadande, L.P. Wasala, A.C. Gerry, J. Fletcher, U. DeSilva, S.E. Gilliland. 2009. Association of Escherichia coli O157:H7 with Filth Flies (Muscidae and Calliphoridae) Captured in Leafy Greens Fields and Experimental Transmission of E. coli O157:H7 to Spinach Leaves by House Flies (Diptera: Muscidae). J. Food. Protec. 72: 1547-1552. 

Mitra, R., E. Cuesta-Alonso, A. Wayadande, J. Talley, S. Gilliland, J. Fletcher. 2009.  Effect of Route of Introduction and Host Cultivar on the Colonization, Internalization, and Movement of the Human Pathogen Escherichia coli O157:H7 in Spinach.  J. Food. Protec. 72: 1521-1530.

Tomberlin, J. and J. Talley. 2009. Livestock Entomology. In: Forensic Entomology: The utility of arthropods in legal investigations. 2nd Edition. Ed. J.H. Byrd and J.L. Castner. CRC Press, Boca Raton, FL.

Talley, J., A. Broce, and L. Zurek. 2006. Reduction of stable fly larval habitats by managing hay feeding sites in pastures and characterizing the role of hay in development of stable fly larval sites. . Livestock Insect Workers' Conference at Amarillo, TX. (presentation)

Talley, J. 2005. Methods for feeding round hay bales and stable fly development. Kansas State Research & Extension Update at Manhattan, Kansas. (presentation)

Talley, J. 2005. Stable fly populations in pastured cattle. Kansas Pesticide Applicators Workshop at Emporia, Kansas. (presentation)

Talley, J., A. Broce, and L. Zurek. 2005. Effect of different feeding methods of large hay bales on stable fly populations in pastured cattle. Livestock Insect Workers' Conference at Bozeman, Montana. (presentation)

Talley, J., A. Broce, L. Zurek, J. DeRouchey, and Twig Marston. 2005. Effect of different feeding methods of large hay bales on stable fly populations in pastured cattle. Hays' Field Day. (presentation)

Talley, J., A. Broce, L. Zurek, J. DeRouchey, and Twig Marston. 2005. Effect of different feeding methods of large hay bales on stable fly populations in pastured cattle. KSU Cattleman's Day. (poster)

Talley, J., A. Broce, and L. Zurek. 2004. Strategies for management of stable flies (Diptera: Muscidae) developing in round hay bale feeding sites in pastures. Livestock Insect Workers' Conference at Lake Placid, New York. (presentation)

Talley, J., A. Broce, L. Zurek, and J. DeRouchey. 2004. Winter feeding sites of round bales as sources of stable flies in pastures. KSU Cattleman's Day. (poster)

Talley, J., G. Schuster, D. Parker, B. Clymer, C. Patrick. 2002. Monitoring Population Trends of House Flies and Stable Flies (Diptera: Mucidae) on Texas High Plains Feedlots. Livestock Insect Workers' Conference at Ruidosa, New Mexico. June 23 - June 26. (presentation)

Talley, J., G. Schuster, D. Parker, B. Clymer, C. Patrick. 2002. Monitoring Population Trends of House Flies and Stable Flies (Diptera: Mucidae) on Texas High Plains Feedlots. 2002 American Society of Agricultural Engineers International Meeting at Chicago, Illinois.

Talley, J., G. Schuster, D. Parker, B. Clymer. 2001. Monitoring and Identification of Flying Insects at Feedyards on the Texas High Plains. Livestock Insect Workers' Conference at Cody, Wyoming. July 8 - July 11. (presentation)

Talley, J., 2001. "Livestock IPM", Guest lecturer for Advancements in Livestock Production ANSC 5528. (presentation)

Talley, J., G. Schuster, D. Parker, B. Clymer. 2001. Monitoring and Identification of Flying Insects at Feedyards on the Texas High Plains. 2001 American Society of Agricultural Engineers at Sacramento, California.

Talley, J., G. Schuster, D. Parker, B. Clymer. 2001. Monitoring and Identification of Flying Insects at Feedyards on the Texas High Plains. 2001 Texas A&M University Agricultural Program Conference, January 8-12, College Station, Texas. (poster)

Talley, J., A. Knutson, G. Schuster. 2000. Beneficial Insects in Cotton: The Relationship Between Predator Population and Bollworm Egg Predation. Texas Tech Health Science 12th Annual Student Research Day Poster Competition, February 25, Lubbock, Texas. (poster)

Talley, J., A. Knutson, G. Schuster. 2000. Beneficial Insects in Cotton: The Relationship Between Predator Population and Bollworm Egg Predation. Southwestern Entomology Society Meeting Student Poster Competition, Fort Worth, Texas. (poster)

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