Dr. Timothy McCabe
Curator of Entomology, State Entomologist
Ph.D., Entomology (taxonomy), 1976, Cornell University
M.S., Entomology (taxonomy), 1974, North Dakota State University
B.S., Entomology, 1973, North Dakota State University
Undergraduate, biology major, 1969-1972, Moorhead State University, Minnesota
My research focuses on taxonomy and biology of the Lepidoptera, and the monitoring of rare and endangered species. To augment the coverage of the NYSM collections, I do surveys of regions that have never been entomologically investigated.
My Research Projects
Encyclopedia of Biology. Facts on File, Inc., New York, New York., 2004.
Sasafras and Its Lepidopteran Cohorts, or Bigger and Better Caterpillars Through Chemistry, in: , Encyclopedia Of Biology. Facts on File, Inc., New York, New York, pp. 202-203., 2004.
The Taxonomy, Larva, and Ecology of Agrotis buchholzi (Noctuidae), with a New Sibling Species from North Carolina. The Lepidopterists Society 58, 65-74., 2004.
Class Insecta: Order Lepidoptera, in: , Natural History Of The Albany Pine Bush. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York, pp. 204-215., 2003.
Backyard Bugs. The Conservationist 56, 15-18., 2003.
Sterling Forest Entomological Faunal Survey for 2000-2001. Albany, New York., 2003.
Pseudobryomima fallax (Hampson) and P. muscosa (Hampson)(Lepidoptera: Noctuidae) Leaf-mining Noctuidae on Ferns. Proceedings of the Entomological Society of Washington 104, 505-509., 2002.
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