Victor W Fazio III

Entrou: 24 de fev. de 2013 Última vez ativo: 20 de nov. de 2019

A 35 yr career ornithologist, the bulk of my career (26 years) was devoted to the recovery of the US federally endangered Black-capped Vireo. After mapping 7 breeding pair on Fort Sill M.R. in 1988, I left in 2013 with roughly 800 breeding pair within this portion of the Wichita Mtns of Oklahoma.

When I taught entomology as a professor at Heidelberg College (Tiffin, OH) in the mid-90's my research interests involved Odonata and Trichoptera.

In Mar 2016, I returned to my roots in the Manning Valley, New South Wales, Australia.

Current research:
Phase I (Mar 2016-Mar 2020) Moth Diversity and Seasonality within the Lower Manning Valley, N.S.W., AUS.
Phase II (Nov 2019) - Oct 2021) As above, but across an elevational gradient along the Manning River reaching the headwaters within Barrington Tops N.P.
Phase III (Oct 2019 - ongoing) The critical examination (collection and dissection) of microleps, with special attention to the Archipini (Tortricidae) throughout the continent toward a greater understanding of species limits within the group.

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Australian Moth Links (iNaturalist)

Moths of New South Wales and the A.C.T.,
https://www.inaturalist.org/projects/moths-of-new-south-wales-and-the-a-c-t-australia

Moths of Northern Territory
https://www.inaturalist.org/projects/moths-of-northern-territory-australia

Moths of Queensland
https://www.inaturalist.org/projects/moths-of-queensland-australia

Moth of South Australia
https://www.inaturalist.org/projects/moths-of-south-australia-australia

Moth of Tasmania
https://www.inaturalist.org/projects/moths-of-tasmania-australia

Moths of Victoria
https://www.inaturalist.org/projects/moths-of-victoria-australia

Moths of Western Australia
https://www.inaturalist.org/projects/moths-of-western-australia

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