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David L. Wagner

David L. Wagner

Professor of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, University of Connecticut
David L. Wagner is a professor of ecology and evolutionary biology. His core research interests are in the biosystematic of moths, insect decline, and invertebrate conservation. He has published more than 200 scientific papers on moths, butterflies, bees, dragonflies, insect behavior and ecology, and insect systematics. His biosystematic research interests have focused on ghost moths (Hepialidae), several families of leafminers, and Noctuidae. He has authored nine books, four of which are on caterpillars—his 2005 guide with Princeton University Press, Caterpillars of Eastern North America is in its ninth printing. Wagner is currently working on a multi-volume western book on the caterpillars of western North America.

New England power line corridors harbor rare bees and other wild things

Oct 04, 2019 14:42 pm UTC| Insights & Views Nature

To many people, power line corridors are eyesores that alter wild lands and landscapes, even if they are necessary sites for transmission lines that deliver electricity. But ecologically, the swaths of open, scrubby...

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Economy

UK gilts plunge on investor optimism from new Brexit deal, clearing path to end ties with EU

The United Kingdoms gilts plunged during European trading hours Thursday tracking an array of optimism from market participants after Britain and the European Union reached a deal on Brexit, which further cleared the...

German bunds slump on improvement in investor sentiments following draft Brexit deal

The German bunds slumped during European session Thursday after investor sentiments improved, following a draft Brexit deal that could actually smoothen the road for Britain to finally break all ties with the European...

German bunds slump on improvement in investor sentiments following draft Brexit deal

The German bunds slumped during European session Thursday after investor sentiments improved, following a draft Brexit deal that could actually smoothen the road for Britain to finally break all ties with the European...

Norges Bank’s upcoming policy meeting likely to be uneventful, says Danske Bank

The Norges Bank is expected to keep policy rates on hold for an extended period, thereby signalling the intermediate rate meeting on October 24 to be clearly be uneventful, according to the latest research report from...

Fed’s dovish stance and balance sheet re-expansion likely to weigh on dollar in months ahead, says Scotiabank

The Federal Reserves dovish stance and balance sheet re-expansion are expected to weigh on the dollar in the months ahead, according to the latest research report from Scotiabank. The Feds Beige Book said on Wednesday...

Politics

Donald Trump’ tax records have ‘discrepancies’ between reports to lenders and authorities

President Donald Trump has had very interesting and hectic weeks recently. The Democrats-led Congress launched an impeachment inquiry. He is also continuously catching heat after abruptly pulling out US troops from Syria,...

Melania Trump admits she advises Donald Trump about his tweets sometimes

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Donald Trump’s alleged habit of ‘unwanted touching’ of women continues just before proposing to Melania Trump

Many people, especially the critics, have been having a hard time believing that the marriage and relationship between Donald Trump and Melania Trump are as good as they say it is. One of the pressing issues anchored to...

Melania Trump reacts to Donald Trump cheating allegations

Donald Trump and Melania Trump have always been in the limelight since they tied the knot. But the status of their marriage has become much more exposed to public speculations once they occupied the White House. Many...

Ben Ali: the Tunisian autocrat who laid the foundations for his demise

Zine El-Abidine Ben Ali, Tunisias former long-time president who died in mid-September, will probably be remembered best as the first autocrat to fall during the popular uprisings that spread across the Middle East in...

Science

Asteroid impact that could end humanity is happening, space nation leader claims

Asteroids are the most common space objects that fly by Earth almost daily. Some of them were detected too close to the time of their close approach, but there has never been an impact that took place in modern history....

NASA mysterious image shows UFO near the Sun

Photos and videos from satellites of the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) have captured over the previous decades have provided the world a much clearer view of outer space. However, some of its images...

Blood pressure level and how it is affected by coffee and alcohol intake

Blood pressure is one of the vital signs that medical practitioners routinely look into to determine an individual medical state. With that, people of certain age groups need to maintain a healthy blood pressure level...

Cancer cure research successfully heals mice of cervical cancer

There appears to be a long road ahead before scientists could finally develop a complete cure for cancer. On the bright side, the availability of advanced technologies in the medical science field like the CRISPR-Cas9...

HIV cure studies major advancements reported in 2019 spark hope

Finding a cure that would eliminate HIV from the body remains one of the biggest challenges in humanity. However, there have been numerous studies published this year alone that seemed to have proven that, ultimately, HIV...

Technology

‘Warcraft 3: Reforged’ release date: New image leak suggests Naga might be a playable race

Following the announcement of Warcraft 3: Reforged last year, Blizzard went back into its studio and went radio silence about the game. For months, most of the news trickling on the web are coming from rumors and...

Fitbit Versa 2 not having a GPS is frustrating users; Other features also deliver a mediocre experience

Fitbit Versa 2 is now over one month old, and reviews about the wearable have started to pour on the web. Depending on where you stand, the sequel can be a hit or miss as its quite strong in some aspects but frustratingly...

‘Diablo 4’ may be announced in BlizzCon 2019 but it’s unlikely to overshadow Blizzard’s recent PR blunder

Diablo 4 is arguably one of the most requested Blizzard games by fans as its been already eight years since the third entry was released. Unfortunately, the company has been rather stubborn in creating the sequel, which...

‘The Last of Us Part 2’: Axed multiplayer mode to be released as a spinoff?

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‘Cyberpunk 2077’ could have the same DLC strategy as ‘The Witcher 3’

The launching of Cyberpunk 2077 is closer than ever, but certain details about its gameplay and post-launch roadmap remain unknown. Recent interviews with developers from CD Projekt Red suggest that the company has yet to...
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