Robert A. Cannings¹ 1 Royal British Columbia Museum, 675 Belleville St, Victoria, BC, V8W 9W2, Canada Abstract Since Corbet’s thorough 1979 overview of […]Read More »
EducationBSc, University of British Columbia, zoology, 1970; MSc, University of British Columbia, zoology, 1973; PhD, University of Guelph, entomology, 2000.
Areas of InterestIn biology, my interests revolve around systematics—taxonomy, classification, phylogenetics, biogeography—but anything to do with evolution and ecology intrigues me. I get a kick out of writing about these things. I mainly study insects, but love examining all groups of organisms. My love of birds and botany, for instance, has produced life-long interests in birding and gardening. I enjoy traveling. I read a lot—in addition to biology, mostly history (and historical fiction), biography, travel writing and poetry. What else? Good food. Good wine. Walking and hiking. Nature conservation. Photography. Drawing. Jazz. Museums. People.
Contact Dr. Rob CanningsEmail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Description and phylogenetic classification of Stackelberginia cerberus sp. nov. (Diptera: Asilidae), comprising the first record of this genus from the Nearctic
Tristan A. McKnight & Robert A. Cannings Abstract: Stackelberginia cerberus sp. nov. (Diptera: Asilidae) is described from the Amargosa desert (USA: Nevada) and compared […]Read More »
Robert A. Cannings & Russell V. Pym Archilestes californicus McLachlan (California Spreadwing) is a large damselfly native to western North America, ranging from […]Read More »