CURRICULUM VITAE (revised February, 2000)


DAVID HENRY KAVANAUGH


CURRICULUM VITAE
(revised October, 2001)

Address: Department of Entomology
California Academy of Sciences, 875 Howard Street
San Francisco, California 94103
Phone: (415) 321-8315
FAX: 415 321-8640
E-mail: dkavanaugh@calacademy.org

PERSONAL DATA

Birthplace: San Francisco, California
Citizenship: United States of America


EDUCATION

University of Alberta, Edmonton, Alberta, 1970-78. Ph.D (Entomology) (October, 1978)
University of Colorado, Denver/Boulder, Colorado, 1969-70. M.A. (Biology) (May, 1970)
University of Colorado School of Medicine, Denver, Colorado, 1967-69.
San Jose State University, San Jose, California, 1963-67. B.A. (Biological Sciences) (June, 1967)


PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

Research and Curatorial Appointments

Senior Curator, Department of Entomology, California Academy of Sciences, San Francisco, California. July, 1988 to present.
Curator, Department of Entomology, California Academy of Sciences, San Francisco, California. July, 1984 to June, 1988.
Associate Curator, Department of Entomology, California Academy of Sciences, San Francisco, California. April, 1979 to June, 1984.
Assistant Curator, Department of Entomology, California Academy of Sciences, San Francisco, California. April, 1974 to March, 1979.
Curatorial Assistant, Department of Biological Sciences, San Jose State University, San Jose. 1966-67.

Administrative Appointments

Interim Director of Research, California Academy of Sciences, San Francisco, California. February, 2000 to present.
Acting Director of Research, California Academy of Sciences, San Francisco, California. October to December, 1989.
Director of Research, California Academy of Sciences, San Francisco, California. January, 1986 to June, 1988.
Chairman, Department of Entomology, California Academy of Sciences, San Francisco, California. January, 1979 to March, 1983; June, 1990 to September, 1992; September, 1996 to August, 1998.

Teaching Appointments

Research Professor of Biology, Department of Biology, San Francisco State University, San Francisco, California. June, 1998 to present.
Adjunct Professor of Biology, Department of Biology, Sonoma State University, Rohnert Park, California. August, 1987 to present.
Lecturer (full professorial grade), Department of Biology, Sonoma State University, Rohnert Park, California. September, 1986 to February, 1987; September, 1990 to February, 1991.
Lecturer and Laboratory Instructor, Department of Entomology, University of Alberta, Edmonton, Alberta. 1970-73.
Laboratory Instructor, Science Department, Arapahoe Junior College, Littleton, Colorado. 1970.
Lecturer, Science Department, St. Thomas Seminary, Denver, Colorado. 1969-1970.
Laboratory Instructor, Department of Biology, University of Colorado, Denver. 1969-1970.

Technical Appointments

Research Technician, University of Alberta, Edmonton, Alberta. 1971-72.
Research Technician, Department of Physiology, University of Colorado School of Medicine, Denver, Colorado. 1968.
Research Technician, Department of Anatomy, University of Colorado School of Medicine, Denver, Colorado. 1967.
Field Technician, Department of Entomology, University of California, Berkeley. 1966.

Advisory Board Appointments

Girls Scouts of America, Konocti Council. Member, Board of Directors. 1995-2001
Museo de Historia Natural de la Amazonia, Iquitos, Peru. Member, Advisory Board, 1991-present.
San Francisco YMCA: Point Bonita Outdoor and Conference Center. Member, Board of Directors, 1984-86.
San Francisco Zoological Society, Insect Zoo. Member, Advisory Board, 1978-present.

Professional Experience in Foreign Countries

CANADA: Residence, travel, graduate education, research, extensive field work (1970-1974); field work (1981, 1983, 1986, 1988, 1994, 1996, 1999, 2001).
COSTA RICA: Travel, research, museum work, field work (1995, 1998, 1999).
ENGLAND: Research at British Museum (Natural History), London (1980, 1996).
FRANCE: Research at Muséum National d'Histoire Naturelle, Paris (2001).
FINLAND: Travel, research, museum work in Helsinki and vicinity (1995); travel and fieldwork in Lapland (2001).
ITALY: Travel, research, fieldwork in Florence and vicinity (1996).
MADAGASCAR: Fieldwork at Ranomafana National Park (1998, 2001).
NEW ZEALAND: Fieldwork on South Island (1993).
NORWAY: Travel and fieldwork in Finnmark 92001)
PAPUA NEW GUINEA: Fieldwork in Madang and Chibu Provinces (1989).
PEOPLE'S REPUBLIC OF CHINA: Fieldwork in Yunnan Province, Gaoligong Mountains (1998, 2000)
PERU: Fieldwork in Madre de Dios, Rio Tambopata (1984).
POLAND: Visit to Wroclaw University, consult with colleagues, fieldwork, Wroclaw (1980).
RUSSIA: Travel, research, museum work, fieldwork in the Irkutsk Region and Buryat Republic (1995); and travel and museum work in St. Petersburg (1995).
SWITZERLAND: Research and museum work at Eidgenossische Technische Hochschule Entomologisches Institut, Zürich (1980).

Field Experience

2001 Ranomafana National Park, Madagascar--four weeks.
Lapland, Finland and Norway-two weeks.
Labrador, Baffin Island, eastern Canada-one week.
2000 Gaoligong Mountains, Yunnan Province, People's Republic of China-six weeks.
Trinity Alps, northern California-3 days.
1999 Cordillera de Tilaran, Alajuela, Costa Rica--ten days.
Kluane Lake reion, Yukon Territory, Canada-three days.
1998 Ranomafana National Park, Madagascar--five weeks.
Olympic Peninsula, Washington--two days.
Gaoligong Mountains, Yunnan Province, People's Republic of China-six weeks.
1997 Northeastern Arizona--one week.
1996 Western North America--four weeks.
Tuscany, Tuscan Apennines, Italy--one week.
1995 Guanacaste Conservation Area, Costa Rica--one week.
Denali National Park, Central Alaska--two weeks.
Southeastern Alaska--two weeks.
Irkutsk Region (Lake Baikal area) and Buryat Republic (Eastern Sayan Mountains, Khamar-Daban Mountains), Russia-five weeks.
1994 Santa Cruz Island, Channel Islands, California--one week.
Southeastern and central Alaska--four weeks.
1993 South Island, New Zealand--three weeks.
1992 Southeastern Alaska and Pribilof and Aleutian Islands--six weeks.
1991 Hawaiian Islands (Kauai, Maui, and Oahu)--two and one-half weeks.
Denali National Park, Alaska--three weeks.
Southeastern Alaska--two weeks.
1990 Palos Verdes Peninsula, Los Angeles County, California--three days.
Denali National Park, Alaska--three weeks.
Southeastern Alaska and Queen Charlotte Islands of British Columbia--two weeks.
1989 Madang Province, Papua New Guinea--ten weeks.
Sierra Nevada, Ebbetts Pass area, California--one week.
Southeastern Alaska and Queen Charlotte Islands of British Columbia--two weeks.
1988 Vancouver area, British Columbia--one week.
Mountains of Idaho, western Montana, eastern Washington, and
southeastern British Columbia--two weeks.
1987 Mt. Lassen area, northeastern California--one week.
1986 Coastal British Columbia, from Victoria area north to Prince Rupert area, for faunal inventory--three weeks.
Queen Charlotte Islands, British Columbia, for faunal inventory --one week.
Southeastern Alaska, Alexander Archipelago and coastal mainland, for faunal inventory--two weeks.
1985 Northwestern California (Del Norte County)--two weeks.
Alaska, including Denali and Glacier Bay National Parks--two weeks.
1984 Mountains of central and eastern Arizona, New Mexico, and Colorado--one week.
Tambopata Reserve, Madre de Dios Province, Peru; work on project sampling insects in tropical rainforest canopy--three weeks.
1983 Alaska, including Katmai, Mount McKinley, and Glacier Bay National Parks and other areas--three weeks.
Queen Charlotte Islands, British Columbia, for faunal inventory of this archipelago--six weeks.
1982 Blue, Steens, and Wallowa Mountains of eastern Oregon--one week.
Trinity Alps of northern California--one week.
1981 Queen Charlotte Islands, British Columbia, for collecting and ecological study of potential glacial refugia--two weeks.
Eastern Sierra Nevada for faunal survey--one week.
1980 Pacific Northwest, particularly the Olympic Mountains, Washington--two weeks.
Trinity Alps, California--one week.
Lower Silesia, Poland--three days.
1979 Lituya Bay, Glacier Bay National Monument, Alaska for collecting and ecological study of glacial refugium--two and one-half weeks.
1978 Local collecting and field studies in northern California and Sierra Nevada--two weeks.
1977 Local collecting and field studies in northern California and Sierra Nevada--four weeks.
1976 Local collecting and field studies in northern California and Sierra Nevada--three weeks.
1975 Local collecting and field studies in northern California and Sierra Nevada--five weeks.
1974 Collecting and ecological survey in Cascade and Coast Mountains from northern California to southern British Columbia--two months.
1973 Eastern North America, collecting in the following areas: Ozark Mountain system; cave regions of Kentucky; Southern, Central, and Northern Appalachian Mountains; Catskill, Green, and White Mountains of New England, Gaspé Peninsula and other areas in southeastern Canada--two months.
Alaska, including interior Alaska, Mount McKinley National Park, Alaskan Peninsula, and Aleutian Islands, for collecting and ecological studies--three weeks.
Mountain ranges of Montana, Wyoming, Colorado, Utah, Nevada, Idaho, and eastern Oregon and Washington--two months.
1972 South Dakota, Wyoming, and Montana, collecting in isolated mountain ranges in these areas--three weeks.
Mount Rainier National Park, Washington--five weeks.
1971 Western U.S. and southwestern Canada, concentrating on montane regions (collecting in British Columbia, Alberta, Montana, Wyoming, Colorado, Utah, Nevada, New Mexico, Arizona, California, Oregon, Washington, and Idaho)--five months.
1970 Mountain ranges of Alberta, British Columbia, Montana, and northern Idaho--one month.
1969 Mountain ranges of Colorado and eastern Utah--three weeks.
1968 Mountain ranges of Colorado--five weeks.
1967 Mountain ranges of Colorado--six weeks.
Northern and central California--four weeks.
1966 Northern and central California--six weeks.
1965 Northern and central California--four weeks.

TEACHING EXPERIENCE

Courses


California Academy of sciences, Docent Council, Biodiversity Training Course, lecturer, January, 2000.
California Academy of sciences, Docent Council, Life Through Time Training Course, lecturer, December, 1997.
California Academy of Sciences, Summer Systematics Institute; lecture and laboratory on modern methods of phylogenetic (cladistic) analysis, June, 1995; June, 1996; June, 1997; June, 1998; June, 1999; June, 2000.
California Academy of Sciences, Docent Council, Highlight Training Course; lecturer, 1994-95.
Sonoma State University, Rohnert Park, California; General Entomology (Biology 355), lecture and laboratory (1 semester) 1986-87, 1990-91.
California Academy of Sciences, Docent Council, Basic Training Course; lecturer, 1977, 1979, 1981, 1983, 1988, 1990, 1996.
University of Alberta, Edmonton; Department of Entomology; laboratory instructor, Insect Taxonomy (2 semesters), 1970-71; laboratory instructor, Insects and Man (1 semester), 1971-72; instructor, Insect Taxonomy (2 semesters), 1972-73.
Arapahoe Junior College, Littleton, Colorado; Science Department; laboratory instructor, General Zoology (1 semester), 1970.
St. Thomas Seminary, Denver, Colorado; Science Department; instructor, Basic Biology/Human Anatomy and Physiology (1 semester) 1969-70.
University of Colorado, Denver; Department of Biology; laboratory instructor, General Biology (1 semester), Cell Physiology (1 semester), 1969-70.

Field Courses and Natural History Tours


INBIO:
Field workshop on field techniques for Coleoptera, Estacion Alberto Brenes, Cordillera de Tilaran, Alajuela, Costa Rica, June-July, 1999.
Denali National Park Wilderness Centers, Ltd.:
Arctic and Alpine Environments; June, 1991; June 1995.
Point Reyes Field Seminars:
Close Encounters with Insects, Point Reyes National Seashore; August, 1984; April, 1985; September, 1985; April, 1986; October, 1986; April, 1987; October, 1987; July, 1989; March, 1990.
California Academy of Sciences:
Arctic Odessey, Exploring Northeastern Canada, August, 2001
Lapland: Exploring Europe's Arctic Wilderness, June, 2001
Maritime Provinces of Canada and Coastal Maine, August-September, 1997.
The lowdown on beetles, November, 1994.
Biogeography of Santa Cruz Island, April, 1994.
Sea Kayaking, Myriad Islands and Chichagof Island, Alaska, July, 1994.
Biogeography of Santa Cruz Island, April, 1994.
Sea Kayaking, Kenai Fiords National Park, August, 1992.
Undiscovered Alaska (Southwestern, southeastern, and central Alaska), July, 1992; July-August, 1994; July, 1998.
Southeastern Alaska, August-September, 1986; August, 1989; September, 1990; August, 1991.
Alaska Overland, June-July, 1983; June, 1985; June-July, 1988; July-August, 1992.
The Great Bug Hunt, May, 1983.
Budding Naturalists at Pepperwood, Sonoma County, California, May, 1982.
Exploring San Bruno Mountain, San Mateo County, California, May, 1982; March, 1990.
Natural History of Ring Mountain, Marin County, California, May, 1981.

Graduate Students:


Sarah D. Weigel, Department of Biology, San Francisco State University, M.A., in progress. Major advisor, thesis committee.
Paul S. Marek, Department of Biology, San Francisco State University, M.A., in progress. Major advisor, thesis committee.
Roberta L. Brett, Department of Biology, San Francisco State University, M.A., in progress. Major advisor, thesis committee.
Emily S. Elsom, Department of Biology, San Francisco State University, M.A., in progress. Major advisor, thesis committee.
Michael S. Caterino, Department of Entomology, University of California, Berkeley, Ph.D., October, 1998. Member, dissertation committee.
Thomas Clarke, Department of Biology, University of Victoria, British Columbia, M.Sc. August, 1998. Advisor, thesis committee, and external examiner for thesis defense.
Sean T. O'Keefe, Department of Entomology, University of California, Berkeley, Ph.D. January, 1998. Member, dissertation committee.
Eric Riddick, Department of Entomology, University of California, Berkeley, Ph.D. June, 1994. Collaborator, dissertation project.
John M. Collier, Department of Biology, Sonoma State University, M.A., May, 1994. Member, thesis committee.
Pamela Roscoe, Department of Biology, Sonoma State University, M.A., June, 1988. Member, graduate committee.
Gay C. Hunter, Department of Biology, San Francisco State University, M.A., June, 1986. Member, thesis committee.
Francis E. Cave, Department of Biology, San Francisco State University, M.A., December, 1983. Member, thesis committee.

Undergraduate Interns:


Paul S. Marek, Department of Biology, Loyola University, Chicago; June-August, 1999; Summer Systematics Institute Intern.
Kathleen W. Knavel, Department of Biology, University of Wisconsin, Madison; June-August, 1998; Summer Systematics Institute Intern.
Michelle L. Schwengel, Department of Entomology, University of Wisconsin, Madision; June-August, 1997; Fellows Intern in Biological Illustration.
Heather A.Reed, Department of Biology, University of California, Santa Cruz; June-August, 1996; Fellows Intern in Biological Illustration.
Portia R. Rollings, Department of Biology, University of California, Santa Cruz; March-May, 1996; intern in biological illustration.
Katharine Decker Johnson, Department of Biology, University of California, Santa Cruz; March-May, 1996; intern in biological illustration.
Denise A. Piechnik, Department of Biology, San Francisco State University; June-August, 1995; Summer Systematics Institute Intern.

Curriculum Development:


Member curriculum development team for full-year high school science course entitled "Voyages Through Time", NSF sponsored joint project between California Academy of Sciencese, SETI Institute, National Aeronautics and Space Administration, and San Francisco State University. April, 1998- present.

OTHER PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES

Membership in Professional and Scientific Societies:

American Entomological Society (1995 to present)
Association of Pacific Systematists (1984 to present)
Asociación Europea de Coleopterología (1986 to present)
Biosystematists (1974 to present)
Coleopterists Society (1969 to present)
Entomological Society of Alberta (1970-74)
Entomological Society of America (1969 to present)
Entomological Society of Canada (1970-75)
Pacific Coast Entomological Society (1965 to present)
Society of Systematic Zoology (1972-80)

Service to Professional Societies:

American Society of Zoologists:
Local Arrangements Committee for Annual Meeting, San Francisco, 1988.
Association of Systematics Collections:
Member Achievement Award Committee, 1986.
Member Systematics and the Law Committee, 1997-present.
Coleopterists Society:
Nominating Committee Member, 1978, 1983, 1994.
Executive Council Member, 1978-1981, 1989-1992, 2001-2002.
President-elect, 1981.
President, 1982.
Past-President, 1983.
Entomological Society of America:
Acting Secretary, Section A, 1975-76.
Secretary, Section A, 1977-78.
Vice-Chairman, Section A, 1978-79.
Chairman, Section A, 1979-80.
Committee on Systematics Resources (standing), Member, 1980-84.
Committee on Donations of Entomological Specimens and the IRS (ad hoc), Member, 1986-87.
Thomas Say Award Committee (standing), Member, 1989-91.
Pacific Coast Entomological Society:
Historical Committee (standing), Member, 1976-present; Chairman 1976-83, 1993-present.
Publications Committee (standing), Member, 1979-83.
Executive Council, Member, 1976-83, 1993-present.
President-elect, 1980.
President, 1981.
Past-president, 1982.
Society of Systematic Zoology:
Nominating Committee, Member, 1976-78.
Executive Council, Member, 1979-83.

Professional Meetings, Congresses and Conferences Attended:

Entomological Collections Network, Annual Meeting, 1999, Athens, Georgia.
Willie Hennig Society, Annual Meeting, Washington, D.C., October 1997.
Symposium on Insect Biodiversity and Conservation in Pacific Northwest Forests. Oregon State University, Corvallis, November, 1996.
XX International Congress of Entomology, Florence, Italy, August, 1996.
Third International Symposium of Carabidology, Helsinki, Finland, September, 1995.
American Society of Zoologists, Annual Meeting, San Francisco, California, December, 1988.
XVIII International Congress of Entomology, Vancouver, British Columbia, July, 1988.
Association of Systematics Collections, Annual Meeting; 1985, Los Angeles, California; 1986, Victoria, British Columbia; 1987, Gainesville, Florida.
American Association for the Advancement of Science, Pacific Branch, Annual Meeting, 1984, San Francisco, California.
International Congress of Systematic and Evolutionary Biology, II. Vancouver, British Columbia, July, 1980. 13th Numerical Taxonomy Conference, Cambridge, Massachusetts, October, 1979.
XVth International Congress of Entomology, Washington, D.C., August, 1976.
First International Symposium of Carabidology, Washington, D. C. August, 1976.
International Congress of Systematic and Evolutionary Biology, I. Boulder, Colorado, August, 1973.
Entomological Society of Canada, Annual Meeting, 1972, Montreal, Québec; 1973, Banff, Alberta; 1978, Ottawa, Ontario; 1982, Toronto, Ontario.
Entomological Society of Alberta, Annual Meeting, 1971, Kananaskis, Alberta; 1973, Banff, Alberta.
Entomological Society of America, Annual Meeting, 1969, Chicago, Illinois; 1972, Montreal, Quebec; 1975, New Orleans, Louisiana; 1977, Washington, D.C.; 1978, Houston, Texas; 1979, Denver, Colorado; 1980, Atlanta, Georgia; 1981, San Diego, California; 1982, Toronto, Ontario; 1984, San Antonio, Texas; 1985, Hollywood, Florida; 1986, Reno, Nevada; 1987, Boston, Massachusetts; 1988, Louisville, Kentucky; 1989, San Antonio, Texas; 1991, Reno, Nevada; 1992, Baltimore, Maryland; 1994, Dallas, Texas; 1999, Atlanta, Georgia.
Coleopterists Society, Annual Meeting, 1969, Chicago, Illinois; 1972, Montreal, Québec; 1973, Boulder, Colorado; 1975, New Orleans, Louisiana; 1976, Washington, D.C.; 1977, Washington, D.C.; 1978, Houston, Texas; 1979, Denver, Colorado; 1980, Atlanta, Georgia; 1981, San Diego, California; 1982, Toronto and Ottawa, Ontario; 1984, San Antonio, Texas; 1985, Hollywood, Florida; 1986, Reno, Nevada; 1987, Boston, Massachusetts; 1988, Louisville, Kentucky; 1989, San Antonio, Texas; 1991, Reno, Nevada; 1992, Baltimore, Maryland; 1994, Dallas, Texas; 1999, Atlanta, Georgia.

Symposia Organized:

"Biogeography of the Carabidae of Mountains and Islands." XVIII International Congress of Entomology, Vancouver, British Columbia. July, 1988. [Co-organizer with G. R. Noonan, J. K. Liebherr, and N. E. Stork]
"Origins of the North America Insect Fauna". Entomological Society of America/ Entomological Society of Canada/ Entomological Society of Ontario Joint Annual Meeting, Toronto, Ontario. November, 1982. [Co-organizer with J. A. Downes]
"The Baron Maximilien de Chaudoir (1816-1881): A symposium to honor the memory of a great coleopterist during the centennial of his death". The Entomological Society of America Annual Meeting, San Diego, California. December, 1981. [Co-organizer with G. E. Ball and T. L. Erwin]

Seminars, Lectures, and Papers Presented:

Personal Research Program on Carabid beetles. Biodiversity Training Course, Docent Council, California Academy of Sciences, San Francisco,California. January, 2000.
When the party's over-post-grant concerns for collections improvements. Entomological Collections Network Annual Meeting, Athen, Georgia, December, 1999.
Basic faunal inventories: prerequisites for conservation in Madagascar. Wildlife Conservation Society - California Academy of Science Lecture Series, San Francisco, California. April, 1999.
Madagascar: in search of beetles. Biology Forum, Santa Rosa Junior College, Santa Rosa, California. April, 1999.
Madagascar Odyssey. . Members Monthly Meeting. California Academy of Sciences, San Francisco, California. January, 1999.
Colonization of the land by invertebrates. Life Through Time Training Course, Docent Council, California Academy of Sciences, San Francisco,California. December, 1997.
Bay Area beetles--bountiful, beautiful, and bizarre. San Francisco Natural History Lecture Series, Randall Museum, San Francisco, California. December, 1997.
Introduction to phylogenetic analysis. Summer Systematics Institute, California Academy of Sciences, San Francisco, California. June, 1997.
Investigation of phylogenetic relationships among basal grade Carabidae--work in progress. Symposium: Phylogeny and classification of Caraboidea. XX International Congress of Entomology, Florence, Italy. August, 1996.
Introduction to phylogenetic analysis. Summer Systematics Institute, California Academy of Sciences, San Francisco, California. June, 1996.
In search of Old World relatives of Nearctic carabid beetles in central Siberia, Lake Baikal region. Pacific Coast Entomological Society, San Francisco, California. April 1996.
Mountains and insects. Docent Council, California Academy of Sciences, San Francisco, California. April, 1996.
In search of beetles in the Pacific Northwest. Adult and Family Education Program, California Academy of Sciences, San Francisco, California. March, 1996.
Biogeography of California. Docent Council, California Academy of Sciences, San Francisco, California. January, 1996.
Phylogenetic relationships of genus Pelophila Dejean to other basal grade Carabidae (Coleoptera). Third International Symposium of Carabidology, Helsinki, Finland. September, 1995.
Introduction to phylogenetic systematics. Summer Systematics Institute, California Academy of Sciences, San Francisco, California. June, 1995.
Conserving biodiversity: "Endangered Species" and other strategies. Teacher Workshop, California Academy of Sciences, San Francisco, California. November, 1994.
Life as a field biologist. Justin-Siena High School, Napa, California. November, 1994.
The lowdown on beetles. Adult Education Program, California Academy of Sciences, San Francisco, California. November, 1994.
Biosystematics: what is it and how does it differ from other sciences? Academy Council, California Academy of Sciences, San Francisco, California. October, 1994.
Endangered habitats: the rest of the story. Docent Council, California Academy of Sciences, San Francisco, California. October, 1994.
Plants and insects: partners through time. Strybing Arboretum Society, San Francisco, California. October, 1994.
Phylogenetic studies of predaceous ground-beetles, genus Nebria Latreille, and their biogeographic implications in western North America. Entomology Seminar Series, University of California, Berkeley. April, 1994.
Collecting the undisturbed Hawaii. Members monthly meeting, Pacific Coast Entomological Society. September, 1992.
Carabid beetles and evolutionary Biology. Graduate Seminar Series in Evolutionary Biology, Stanford University, Palo Alto, California. May, 1992.
Vicariance patterns in the Nebria (Coleoptera: Carabidae) fauna of western North America and their biogeographic and evolutionary implications. Symposium: Historical biogeography of western North American insects. Entomological Society of America, Reno, Nevada. December, 1991.
In search of beetles in the 'Land of the Unexpected'--Papua New Guinea. Members Monthly Lecture Series, California Academy of Sciences, San Francisco, February, 1990.
Beetle collecting in Papua New Guinea. Coleopterists Society Annual Meeting, San Antonio, Texas. December, 1989.
Insects: marvels of design. Center for Learning in Retirement, University of California Extension Center, San Francisco, California. July 1989.
Carabid beetles of New Guinea. Sonoma State University, Department of Biology, Biology Colloquium, Rohnert Park, California. May, 1989.
Relationship between islandic and mainland ground beetle (Coleoptera: Carabidae) faunas of the Pacific Coast of North America. Symposium: Biogeography of the Carabidae of mountains and islands. University of British Columbia, Vancouver, British Columbia, July, 1988
Speciation and differentiation in relation to habitat in Nearctic Nebria. University of Kansas, Department of Systematics and Ecology, Lawrence, Kansas. March, 1988.
The carabid beetle fauna of the Queen Charlotte Islands--its composition, affinities, and origins. University of Kansas, Department of Entomology, Lawrence, Kansas. March, 1988.
Pleistocene biogeographic effects on alpine ground beetles in western North America. Blankenbaker Lecturer, Montana State University, Departments of Biology and Entomology, Bozeman, Montana. March, 1987.
Biotic history of the Queen Charlotte Islands, British Columbia, as shown from a study of the present insect fauna. Blankenbaker Lecturer, Montana State University, Departments of Biology and Entomology, Bozeman, Montana. March, 1987.
Ground beetle (Carabidae) fauna and biotic history of the Pacific Northwest. Adult Education Program, California Academy of Sciences, San Francisco, California. November, 1986.
Systematic studies of insects and their role in contemporary science. Fellows Biology Forum for High School Teachers, California Academy of Sciences, San Francisco, California. April, 1986.
The ground-beetle (Coleoptera: Carabidae) fauna of the Queen Charlotte Islands and its present affinities and origins. Symposium: Queen Charlotte Islands International Symposium. University of British Columbia. Vancouver, British Columbia. August, 1984.
Entomology at the California Academy of Sciences. Rotary Club of Petaluma, California. June, 1984.
Field research in the Queen Charlotte Islands. Friend's of the Academy, San Francisco, California. January, 1984.
Insects: a different perspective. Petaluma Garden Club, Petaluma, California. October, 1983.
A survey of the carabid beetles of the Queen Charlotte Islands, British Columbia. California Academy of Sciences/San Francisco State University, Internship in Museum Sciences at Department of Entomology, San Francisco. September-November, 1983.
Origins of the present insect fauna of the Pacific Northwest: evidence from the study of carabid beetles. Oregon State University, Department of Entomology, Seminar Series Corvallis, Oregon. May, 1983.
The insect fauna of the Pacific Northwest Coast: present patterns and affinities and their origins. Syposium: Origins of the North American insect fauna. Entomological Society of America/ Entomological Society of Canada. Toronto, Ontario. November, 1982.
Systematic studies on carabid beetles: their biogeographic uses an importance. University of Nevada, Department of Biology, Seminar Series, Reno, Nevada. October, 1982.
Cladistics and the study of Nebria (Coleoptera: Carabidae). California Academy of Sciences/San Francisco State University, Graduate Seminar Series in Systematics, San Francisco, California. September, 1982.
Entomological exploration of the Queen Charlotte Islands, British Columbia. Members monthly meeting, Pacific Coast Entomological Society. December, 1981.
Notioskasiini--a new tribe of Carabidae (Coleoptera) from southeastern South America. Symposium: The Baron Maximilien de Chaudoir (1816-1881): A symposium to honor the memory of a great coleopterist during the centennial of his death. Entomological Society of America, Annual Meeting, San Diego, California. December, 1981.
Amerizus, its status as a bembidiine (Coleoptera: Carabidae: Bembidiini). Symposium: The Baron Maximilien de Chaudoir (1816-1881): A symposium to honor the memory of a great coleopterist during the centennial of his death. Entomological Society of America, Annual Meeting, San Diego, California. December, 1981.
Entomology at the Academy. Members Monthly Meeting. California Academy of Sciences, San Francisco, California. November, 1980.
Insect portraits. Burlingame Country Club, Hillsborough, California. November, 1980.
Carabid beetles of Lituya Bay, Alaska, region and their zoogeographic significance. Coleopterists' Conference at the International Congress of Systematic and Evolutionary Biology, II, Vancouver, British Columbia. July, 1980.
Contemporary methods of cladogram construction. San Francisco State University, Department of Biology, San Francisco, California. March, 1980.
Insect safari. Bohemian Club, San Francisco, California. January, 1980.
Studies at Lituya Bay: a glacial refugium". Members monthly meeting, Pacific Coast Entomological Society. November, 1979.
Systematic and ecological studies on the boreo-montane ground beetle genus, Nebria. Sonoma State University, Department of Biology, Biology Colloquium, Rohnert Park, California. September, 1979.
Inside one cladist's "black box". Biosystematist monthly meeting, San Francisco, California. March, 1979.
Systematic value of the female internal reproductive system of Nebria ground beetles (Coleoptera: Carabidae). Symposium: Systematic value of arthropod internal structure. Entomological Society of America, Annual Meeting, Houston, Texas. November, 1978
Insects of western Canada, with special reference to certain Carabidae (Coleoptera): present distribution patterns and their origins. Symposium: Temporal and spatial changes in the Canadian insect fauna. Entomological Society of Canada. Ottawa, Ontario. August, 1978.
Hennigian phylogenetics: principles, methods, and uses in contemporary systematics. Symposium: Biosystematics in Agriculture. Beltsville Symposium II. U. S. Department of Agriculture, Beltsville, Maryland. May, 1977.
Investigations on present climatic refugia in North America through studies on the distribution of carabid beetles: concepts, methods, and prospectus. Symposium: First international symposium of carabidology. Smithsonian Institution. Washington, D.C. August, 1976.
Rates of taxonomically significant differentation in relation to geographic isolation and habitat: examples from a study of the Nearctic Nebria fauna. Symposium: First international symposium of carabidology. Smithsonian Institution, Washington, D.C. August, 1976.
A systematic study of the carabid beetle genus Nebria Latreille in the Nearctic Region. Entomology Graduate Seminar Series, University of Alberta. January, 1974.
Nebria desolata Kavanaugh: its distribution, phylogenetic relationships, and evolutionary history. Entomology Graduate Seminar Series, University of Alberta. March, 1973.
Discussion. Symposium: Entomology and education. Department of Entomology, University of Alberta, Edmonton. May, 1972.
Biology and distribution of beettles of the family Amphizoidae. Entomology Graduate Seminar Series, University of Alberta. March, 1972.
Altitudinal zonation in Nearctic Nebria. Entomology Graduate Seminar Series, University of Alberta. March, 1971.

Workshop Presentations:

California Academy of Sciences, Seventh Annual Teachers Workshop, San Francisco, California. January, 1990.

Editorial Board Memberships:

Editorial Board, Pacific Discovery, California Academy of Sciences, 1987-89.

Editorships and Editorial Board Memberships for Special Publications:

"Taxonomy, phylogeny, and zoogeography of beetles and ants: a volume dedicated to the memory of Philip J. Darlington, Jr. 1904-1983"; member of Editorial Board (G. E. Ball, editor); Dr. W. Junk Publishers, Dordrechtt, xiii + 514 pp., published in 1985.
"The Collected LeConte Papers on Entomology", a ten volume series containing the collected works of J. L. LeConte; co-editor with A. R. Hardy and F. G. Andrews; published by Scarabaeus Associates, Sacramento, California. Volume I (1844-1850), xiii + 481 pp., published in 1982; Volume II (1850-1854), xiii + 549 pp., published in 1983; Volume III (1855-1862), xiii + 552 pp., published in 1984; Volume IV (1862-1868), viii + 579 pp., published in 1984; Volume V 1869-77), viii + 539 pp., published in 1985; Volume VI (1878-1884), viii + 514 pp., published in 1985; Volume VII, (LeConte and Horn, 1876, J. E. LeConte, 1824-1859), iv + 563 pp., published in 1986; Volume VIII (LeConte and Horn, 1883), xii + xxxviii + 567 pp., published in 1987; Volume IX (LeConte, 1847-1853), iv + 320 pp., published in 1989; Volume X (1856-1859), iv + 370 pp., published in 1995.

Special Review Committees, Workshops, and Conferences:

Instituto Nacional de Biodiversidad, Coleoptera of Five Conservation Areas of Costa Rica, Workshop to Design Inventory Strategy, Heredia de Santo Domingo, Costa Rica, June 15-18, 1998.
Workshop on Federal and International Scientific Permits. San Diego Natural History Museum, January, 1997.
Instituto Nacional de Biodiversidad, All Taxon Biotic Inventory (ATBI) of Guanacaste Conservation Area, Organizational Workshop for Coleoptera Taxonomic Working Group (TWIG), Heredia de Santo Domingo, Costa Rica, April 27 - May 7, 1995.
National Science Foundation, Division of Biotic Systems and Resources, Systematic Biology Program, Biotic Survey and Inventory Review Panel, Washington, D.C., February 2-5, 1992.
National Science Foundation, Division of Biotic Systems and Resources, Systematic Biology Program, Biotic Survey and Inventory Review Panel, Washington, D.C., January 12-14, 1991.
Association of Systematics Collection, Workshop on Biological Collection Resources for the 1990's, Washington, D.C., October 5-7, 1988.
Smithsonian Institution, U. S. National Museum of Natural History, BIOLAT Program External Review Committee, Washington, D.C., December, 1987.
Los Angeles County Museum of Natural History, Entomology Section External Review Committee, Los Angeles, California, January, 1987.
Long Term Ecological Research Steering Committee, Soil Arthropods Workshop and Conference, Corvallis, Oregon. May, 1983.
Association of Systematics Collections, National Conference on Voucher Specimen Management, College Park, Maryland. October, 1981.
Smithsonian Institution, U. S. National Museum of Natural History, Department of Entomology, External Review Committee, Washington, D. C.. March, 1981.

Selection and Review Committees


California Academy of Sciences, San Francisco:
Selection committee for new Director of Research; December, 1994 - July, 1995.
Selection committee for new Director of Finance, April, 1992.
Selection committee for new Executive Director; July-December, 1988.
American Museum of Natural History, New York:
Selection of new curator, Department of Entomology. April, 1986.
California State Department of Food and Agriculture, Laboratory
Services, Promotion Examination, Qualifications Appraisal Panel, Public Member. July, 1985.

Referee/Reviewer for Grant Proposals:

California Academy of Sciences
Hawaii Bishop Research Institute
Los Angeles County Museum of Natural History
National Geographic Society
National Science Foundation
Smithsonian Institution

External Reviewer for Post-doctoral Fellowships and Awards


Foundation of Research Development, Pretoria, South Africa
Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada
Smithsonian Institution, U. S. Museum of Natural History

Manuscript Referee


American Naturalist
Annual Review of Ecology and Systematics
Annual Review of Entomology
Arctic
Arctic and Alpine Research
Biotropica
Bulletin of the Museum of Comparative Zoology
Bulletin of the Southern California Academy of Sciences
California Wild
Canadian Entomologist
Canadian Journal of Zoology
Coleopterists Bulletin
Cornell University Press
Ecoscience
Entomological News
Fauna of New Zealand Series
Fieldiana
International Journal of Insect Morphology and Embryology
Journal of Biogeography
Journal of the New York Entomological Society
Koleopterologische Rundschau
Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution
Memoirs of the California Academy of Sciences
Milwaukee Public Museum Contributions in Biology and Geology
Quaestiones Entomologicae
Pacific Discovery
Pan-Pacific Entomologist
Physiological Zoology
Proceedings of the Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia
Proceedings of the California Academy of Sciences
Systematic Zoology
Transaction of the San Diego Society of History Museum
University of California Press
Wasmann Journal of Biology

Script Referee, Technical Consultant:


National Geographic Television
Strybing Arboretum, San Francisco Botanical Gardens


GRANTS AND OTHER AWARDS AND HONORS

Grants (total of $2,186,809 awarded as follows):

Facilities Grants:


1991-96. $1,000,713. Biological Research Resources Program, National Science Foundation (for "Support for the Improvement, Care, and Use of the Entomological Collection at the California Academy of Sciences". [Principal investigator]
1980-85. $355,000. Biological Research Resources Program, National Science Foundation (for "Support for the Systematic Collections of the Department of Entomology" [Principal investigator]
1977-80. $240,343. Biological Research Resources Program, National Science Foundation (for "Support for the Care and Use of Systematic Collections of the Department of Entomology". [Co-principal investigator with P. H. Arnaud, Jr.]

Equipment Grants:


1983. $81,219. Biological Research Resources Program, National Science Foundation (for "A Scanning Electron Microscope and Additional Light Microscope Accessories for the California Academy of Sciences". [Co-principal investigator with W. J. Pulawski]

Research Fellowships:.


1989. $9,000. Christensen Research Institute Fellowship (support for self and two colleagues for research in Madang Province, Papua New Guinea, February 24 through April 30, 1989).

Research Grants:


2000. $2,430. In-House Research Fund, California Academy of Sciences (partial support for fieldwork in the Gaoligongshan, Yunnan Province, China for self and Chinese colleague).
1998. $2,020. In-House Research Fund, California Academy of Sciences (support for molecular sequencing, of nebriine taxa for phylogenetic analysis of supertribe Nebriitae).
1996. $2,185. In-House Research Fund, California Academy of Sciences (support for participation in symposium, "Phylogeny of Carabidae", at XX International Congress of Entomology, Florence, Italy).
1995. $1,141. In-House Research Fund, California Academy of Sciences (support for participation in Third International Symposium on Carabidology, Helsinki, Finland).
1995. $1,200. In-House Research Fund, California Academy of Sciences (support for participation joint Chinese-Canadian expedition to the Chang-bei Mountains, Jilin Province, northeastern China; project cancelled due to catastrophic rains in proposed reseacrh area, funds returned).
1995. $4,660. Lindsay Fund for Research, California Academy of Sciences (support for field studies in Lake Baikal region, Siberia, Russia).
1991. $550. In-House Research Fund, California Academy of Sciences (support for participation in Insect Collection Network meetings and Entomological Society of America symposium on "Historical biogeography of western North American insects").
1991. $1,510. In-house Research Fund, California Academy of Sciences (support for fieldwork in the Hawaiian Islands, May 3-21, 1991).
1989. $900. In-house Research Fund, California Academy of Sciences (support for photography and illustrations for publication of Carabid Beetle Fauna of the Queen Charlotte Islands).
1989. $2,208. In-house Research Fund, California Academy of Sciences (support for two-month field study in Madang Province, Papua New Guinea).
1987. $520. In-house Research Fund, California Academy of Sciences (support for studies in collections at the Museum of Comparative Zoology, Harvard University, and the U. S. National Museum of Natural History, Washington, D.C.).
1987. $900. In-house Research Fund, California Academy of Sciences (partial support for technical preparator for coastal British Columbia material).
1986. $4,800. National Geographic Society (for fieldwork in coastal British Columbia, including the Queen Charlottle Islands).
1986. $2,000. Lindsay Fund for Research, California Academy of Sciences (partial support for field studies in British Columbia).
1986. $3,000. In-house Research Fund, California Academy of Sciences (partial support for fieldwork in coastal British Columbia).
1985. $350. In-house Research Fund, California Academy of Sciences (partial support for fieldwork and museum study in Florida).
1984. $490. In-house Research Fund, California Academy of Sciences for SEM supplies and technical assistance).
1984. $1,000. In-house Research Fund, California Academy of Sciences (for fieldwork in Amazonian rainforest, Peru).
1983. $2,500. Penrose Fund, American Philosophical Society (for fieldwork in Queen Charlotte Islands, British Columbia).
1983. $2,500. In-house Research Fund, California Academy of Sciences (for fieldwork in Queen Charlotte Islands, British Columbia).
1973-74, $1,100. Boreal Institute for Northern Studies. University of Alberta, Edmonton (for fieldwork in mainland Alaska and Aleutian Islands).

Research Contracts:


2000. $15,000. Instituto Nacional de Biodiversidad, Costa Rica (for first year of six-year inventory project on the Coleoptera: Carabidae of Costa Rica). Co-contractor with T. L. Erwin, Smithsonian Institution.

Honors:

Fellow, California Academy of Sciences, 1980
National Research Council of Canada Scholar, 1972-75
Phi Sigma Society, 1969
Beta Beta Beta Biological Honor Society, 1966
Phi Eta Sigma Society, 1964


LONG-RANGE RESEARCH INTERESTS

Systematics, biogeography, evolution, and natural history of carabid beetles (Coleoptera: Carabidae).
Biogeography, ecology, and evolution of high-altitude, montane organisms and faunas.
General aspects of biogeography and evolution.
General principles and methods of systematics.


PUBLICATIONS

Reviewed Scientific Papers:

1. Kavanaugh, D. H. 1971. A new species of Nebria Latreille from Utah. Journal of the Kansas Entomological Society, 44:40-46.

3. --------------. 1972. Hennig's principles and methods of phylogenetic systematics. Biologist, 54:115-127.

4. --------------. 1972. Discussion. Pp. 42-44, and figure 1. In: Heming, B. S. (editor), Entomology and education. Proceedings of a symposium held May 19, 1972. Quaestiones Entomologicae, 8 (Supplement), 60 pp.

5. Kavanaugh, D. H., and E. A. Martinko. 1972. Notes on distribution and a peculiar behavior pattern in Nebria purpurata LeConte (Coleoptera: Carabidae). Coleopterists Bulletin, 26:147-149.

6. Kavanaugh, D. H. 1977. An example of aggregation in the Scaphinotus subgenus Brennus Motschulsky (Coleoptera: Carabidae: Cychrini). Pan-Pacific Entomologist, 53:27-31.

7. --------------. 1978. Chapter 8. Hennigian phylogenetics in contemporary systematics: principles, methods, and uses. Pp. 139-150. In: Beltsville symposia in agricultural research, 2. Biosystematics in agriculture. Allenheld, Osmun and Company, Montclair, New Jersey, xii + 340 pp.

8. --------------. 1979. Rates of taxonomically significant diiferentiation in relation to geographical isolation and habitat: examples from a study of the Nearctic Nebria fauna. Pp. 35-57. In: Erwin, T. L., G. E. Ball, D. R. Whitehead, and A. L. Halpern (editors), Carabid beetles: their evolution, natural history, and classification (Proceedings of the First International Symposium of Carabidology, Smithsonian Institution, Washington, D. C., August 21, 23, and 25, 1976). W. Junk, b.v., Publishers, The Hague, 635 pp.

9. ---------------. 1979. Investigations on present climatic refugia in North America through studies on the distributions of carabid beetles: concepts, methodology and prospectus. Pp. 369-381. In: Erwin, T. L., G. E. Ball, D. R. Whitehead, and A. L. Helpern (editors), Carabid beetles: their evolution, natural history, and classification (Proceedings of the First International Symposium of Carabidology, Smithsonian Institution, Washington, D. C., August 21, 23, and 25, 1976). W. Junk b.v., Publishers, The Hague, 635 pp.

10. --------------. 1979. Studies on the Nebriini (Coleoptera: Carabidae), III. New Nearctic Nebria species and subspecies, nomenclatural notes, and lectotype designations. Proceedings of the California Academy of Sciences, 42:87-133.

11. --------------. 1979. A third Wollaston Collection rediscovered at the California Academy of Sciences. Coleopterists Bulletin, 33:350.

12. --------------. 1979. Checklist of the beetles of Canada, United States, Mexico, Central America and the West Indies (Yellow Version). Family 5. Amphizoidae, the trout-stream beetles. World Natural History Publications, Marlton, New Jersey, 4 pp.

13. --------------. 1980. Insects of western Canada, with special reference to certain Carabidae (Coleoptera): present distribution patterns and their origins. Canadian Entomologist, 112:1129-1144.

14. --------------. 1980. On type specimens of Amphizoa LeConte (Coleoptera: Amphizoidae). Pan-Pacific Entomologist, 56:289-292.

15. Erwin, T. L., and D. H. Kavanaugh. 1980. On the identity of Bembidion puritanum Hayward (Coleoptera: Carabidae: Bembidiini). Coleopterists Bulletin, 34:241-242.

16. Kavanaugh, D. H. 1981. Studies on the Nebriini (Coleoptera: Carabidae), IV. Four new Nebria taxa from western North America. Proceedings of the California Academy of Sciences, 42:435-442.

17. Kavanaugh, D. H., and P. H. Arnaud, Jr. 1981. Hugh Bosdin Leech--a curator's curator. Pan-Pacific Entomologist, 57:2-42.

18. Kavanaugh, D. H., and R. E. Roughley. 1981. On the identity of Amphizoa kashmirensis Vazirani (Coleoptera: Amphizoidae). Pan-Pacific Entomologist, 57:269-272.

19. Erwin, T. L., and D. H. Kavanaugh. 1981. Systematics and zoogeography of Bembidion Latreille: I. The carlhi and erasum groups of western North America (Coleoptera: Carabidae, Bembidiini). Entomologica Scandinavica, Supplement 15:33-72.

21. Kavanaugh, D. H., and J. Nègre. 1983. Notioskasiini--a new tribe of Carabidae (Coleoptera) from southeastern South America. Coleopterists Bulletin, 36:549-566.

23. Kavanaugh, D. H. 1984. A catalog of the Coleoptera of America north of Mexico. Family Amphizoidae. United States Department of Agriculture, Agriculture Handbook No. 529-5, x + 5 pp.

24. --------------. 1984. Studies on the Nebriini (Coleoptera: Carabidae), V. Nearctic Nebria taxa and changes in nomenclature. Proceedings of the California Academy of Sciences, 43:159-177.

27. --------------. 1985. On wing atrophy in carabid beetles (Insecta: Coleoptera: Carabidae), with special reference to Nearctic Nebria. Pp. 408-431. In: Ball, G. E. (editor), Taxonomy, phylogeny, and zoogeography of beetles and ants: a volume dedicated to the memory of Philip J. Darlington, Jr. 1904-1983. Dr. W. Junk Publishers, Dordrecht, xiii + 514 pp.

28. Kavanaugh, D. H., and T. L. Erwin. 1985. Trechus obtusus Erichson (Coleoptera: Carabidae), a European ground beetle on the Pacific Coast of North America: its distribution, introduction, and spread. Pan-Pacific Entomologist, 61:170-179.

29. Liebherr, J. K., and D. H. Kavanaugh. 1985. Ovoviviparity in carabid beetles of the genus Pseudomorpha (Insecta: Coleoptera). Journal of Natural History (London), 19:1079-1086.

33. Kavanaugh, D. H. 1986. A systematic review of amphizoid beetles (Amphizoidae: Coleoptera) and their phylogenetic relationships to other Adephaga. Proceedings of the California Academy of Sciences, 44:67-109.

36. --------------. 1988. An additional specimen extending the known range of color variation in Notiokasis chaudoiri Kavanaugh and Nègre (Coleoptera: Carabidae). Coleopterists Bulletin, 42:310.

37. --------------. 1988. The insect of fauna of the Pacific Northwest Coast: present patterns and affinities and their origins. Pp. 125- 149. In: Downes, J. A., and D. H. Kavanaugh (editors), Symposium: origins of the North American insect fauna. Memoirs of the Canadian Entomological Society, 144, 168 pp.

38. Downes, J. A., and D. H. Kavanaugh. 1988. Introduction and commentary. Pp. 1-11. In: Downes, J. A., and D. H. Kavanaugh (editors), Symposium: origins of the North American insect fauna. Memoirs of the Canadian Entomological Society, 108, 168 pp.

41. Kavanaugh, D. H. 1989. The ground-beetle (Coleoptera: Carabidae) fauna of the Queen Charlottle Islands: its composition, affinities, and origins. Pp. 131-146. In: Scudder, G. G. E., and N. Gessler (editors), The outer shores. Queen Charlotte Islands Museum Press, Skidegate, British Columbia, vi + 327 pp.

43. --------------. 1991. Amphizoidae (Adephaga). Pp. 312-314. In: Stehr, F. W. (editor), Immature insects. Volume 2. Kendall/Hunt Publishing Company, Dubuque, Iowa, xvi + 975 pp.

44. Kavanaugh, D. H., and T. L. Erwin. 1991. The tribe Cicindini Bänninger (Coleoptera: Carabidae): comparative morphology, classification, natural history, and evolution. Proceedings of the Entomological Society of Washington, 93:356-389.

45. Kavanaugh, D. H., and S. E. Tatro. 1991. The Willard Holmes Nutting, Jr. collection donated to the California Academy of Sciences. Coleopterists Bulletin, 45:316.

46. Kavanaugh, D. H. 1992. Carabid beetles (Coleoptera: Carabidae) of the Queen Charlotte Islands, British Columbia. Memoirs of the California Academy of Sciences, 16, vii + 113 pp.

47. Kavanaugh, D. H., and T. L. Erwin. 1992. Extinct or extant? A new species of intertidal bembidiine (Coleoptera: Carabidae: Bembidiini) from the Palos Verdes Peninsula, California. Coleopterists Bulletin, 46:311-320.

48. Weber, D. C., and D. H. Kavanaugh. 1992. A new locality record for Scaphinotus longiceps Van Dyke (Coleoptera: Carabidae), with notes about habitat. Coleopterists Bulletin, 46:394-396.

49. Freitag, R., and D. H. Kavanaugh. 1993. A new species of Cicindela (Cicindela) (Coleoptera: Carabidae: Cicindelini) from remnant native grassland in Santa Cruz County, California. Coleopterists Bulletin, 47:113-120.

50. Kavanaugh, D. H., K. H. Osborne, and L. Serpa. 1994. Delta green ground beetle. Pp. 412-413. In: Thelander, C. G. (editor), Life on the edge: a guide to California's endangered natural resources. Volume I: Wildlife. Biosystems Books, Santa Cruz, California, xvi + 550 pp.

51. Arnold, R. A., J. A. Halstead, D. H. Kavanaugh, and K. H. Osborne. 1994. Valley elderberry longhorn beetle. Pp. 414-415. In: Thelander, C. G. (editor), Life on the edge: a guide to California's endangered natural resources. Volume I: Wildlife. Biosystems Books, Santa Cruz, California, xvi + 550 pp.

52. Kavanaugh, D. H. 1995. Genus Nippononebria in the Nearctic Region, with description of a new subgenus, Vancouveria (Coleoptera: Carabidae). Entomological News, 106:153-160.

53. Ball, G. E., D. H. Kavanaugh, and B. P. Moore. 1995. Sugimotoa parallela Habu (Coleoptera: Carabidae: Lebiini): redescription, geographical distribution, and relationships based on cladistic analysis of adult structural features. Pp. 275-311. In: Watanabe, Y., S. Sato, and M. Owada (editors), Beetles and nature. Special Bulletin of the Japanese Society of Coleopterology, No. 4, Tokyo, Japan, ix + 510 pp.

57. Kavanaugh, D. H. 1996. Phylogenetic relationships of genus Pelophila Dejean to other basal grade Carabidae (Coleoptera). Annales Zoologici Fennici, 33:31-37.

58. Kavanaugh, D. H., and V. G. Shilenkov. 1996. A remarkable new species of Nebria (Coleoptera: Carabidae: Nebriini) from North Korea. Proceedings of the California Academy of Sciences, 49:151-160.

63. Kavanaugh, D. H. 1998. Field observations confirming brood care in Percus passerinii Dejean (Coleoptera: Carabidae: Pterostichini) in the Tuscan Appenines, Italy. Bollettino della Società Entomologica Italiana, 130:55-63.

64. Kavanaugh, D. H. 1999. Investigations of phylogenetic relationships among basal grade Carabidae (Coleoptera): a report of work in progress. Pp. 329-342. In: Ball, G. E., A. Casale, and A. Vigna Taglianti (editors), Phylogeny and classification of Caraboidea (Coleoptera: Adephaga). Proceedings of a symnposium (28 August, 1996, Florence, Italy). XX International Congress of Entomology. Atti Museo Reginale di Scienze Naturali, Torino, 543 pp.

65. Erwin, T. L., and D. H. Kavanaugh. 1999. Studies of the subtribe Tachyina (Coleoptera: Carabidae: Bembidiini), supplement D: description of a male of Costitachys inusitatus Erwin, with notes on distribution of this species. Coleopterists Bulletin, 53:52-55.

66. Kavanaugh, D. H., and Long C.-L. 1999. Three new species of genus Leistus Frölich (Coleoptera: Carabidae: Nebriini) from the Gaoligongshan of Yunnan Province, China. Acta Botanica Yunnanica, Supplement XI:99-120.

68. Erwin, T. L., and D. H. Kavanaugh. 1999. A new species of Tachyta Kirby from southeastern China with a new key and analysis of phylogenetic relationships for the subgenus Paratachyta Erwin (Coleoptera: Carabidae: Bembidiini: Tachyina). Pp. 183-194. In: Zamotajlov,A., and R. Sciaky (editors), Advances in carabidology (Papers dedicated to the memory of Prof. Oleg L. Kryzhanonskij). MUISO Publishers, Krasnodar, 473 pp.

69. Clarke, T.E., D. B. Levin, D. H. Kavanaugh, and T. E. Reimchen. 2001. Rapid evolution in the Nebria gregaria group (Coleoptera: Carabidae) and the paleogeography of the Queen Charlotte Islands. Evolution, 55:1408-1418.

Published Abstracts and Reports:

2. Kavanaugh, D. H. 1971. Up the falls--tarsal modifications in a carabid. Pg. 16. [Abstract] Proceedings of the Nineteenth Annual Meeting of the Entomological Society of Alberta, 1971, v + 56 pp.

30. --------------. 1985. Ground beetle fauna of Queen Charlotte Islands. Pp. 6-7. [Report] American Philosophical Society, Grantees' Reports, 1984, v + 315 pp.

39. --------------. 1988. Relationships between islandic and mainland ground beetle (Coleoptera: Carabidae) faunas of the Pacific Coast of North America. Pg. 18. [Abstract] Proceedings of the XVIII International Congress of Entomology, vi + 499 pp.

54. --------------. 1995. Phylogenetic relationships of genus Pelophila Dejean to other basal grade Carabidae (Coleoptera). Pg. 8. [Abstract] Programme, Abstracts of Oral Presentations and Posters, List of Participants, 3rd International Symposium of Carabidology, 4-7 September 1995, Kauniainen, Finland, 77 pp.

59. --------------. 1996. Phylogenetic relationships among "basal grade" carabid lineages (Coleoptera: Carabidae). Pg. 14. [Abstract] Proceedings of the XX International Congress of Entomology, Firenze, Italy, lvi + 820 pp.


Edited Publications:

20. Hardy, A. R., F. G. Andrews, and D. H. Kavanaugh (Editors). 1982. The Collected LeConte Papers on Entomology. Volume I, 1844-1850. Scarabaeus Associates, Sacramento, California, xiii + 481 pp.

22. --------------. 1983. The Collected LeConte Papers on Entomology. Volume I, 1850-1854. Scarabaeus Associates, Sacramento, California, xiii + 549 pp.

25. --------------. 1984. The Collected LeConte Papers on Entomology. Volume III, 1855-1862. Scarabaeus Associates, Sacramento, California, xiii + 552 pp.

26. --------------. 1984. The Collected LeConte Papers on Entomology. Volume IV, 1862-1868. Scarabaeus Associates, Sacramento, California, viii + 579 pp.

31. --------------. 1985. The Collected LeConte Papers on Entomology. Volume V, 1869-77. Scarabaeus Associates, Sacramento, California, viii + 539 pp.

32. --------------. 1985. The Collected LeConte Papers on Entomology. Volume VI, 1878-1884. Scarabaeus Associates, Sacramento, California, viii + 514 pp.

34. --------------. 1986. The Collected LeConte Papers on Entomology. Volume VII, LeConte and Horn, 1876, J. E. LeConte, 1824-1859. Scarabaeus Associates, Sacramento, California, iv + 563 pp.

35. --------------. 1987. The Collected LeConte Papers on Entomology. Volume VIII, LeConte and Horn, 1883. Scarabaeus Associates, Sacramento, California, xii + xxxviii + 567 pp.

40. Downes, J. A., and D. H. Kavanaugh (Editors). 1988. Symposium: origins of the North American insect fauna. Memoirs of the Canadian Entomological Society, 144, 168 pp.

42. Hardy, A. R., F. G. Andrews, and D. H. Kavanaugh (Editors). 1989. The Collected LeConte Papers on Entomology. Volume IX, LeConte, 1847- 1853. Scarabaeus Associates, Sacramento, California, iv + 508 pp.

60. --------------. 1995. The Collected LeConte Papers on Entomology. Volume X, 1856-1859. Scarabaeus Associates, Sacramento, California, iv + 370 pp.


Electronic Publications:

55. Kavanaugh, D. H. 1995. Nebriini. In: Erwin, T. L. (editor). Checklist of Caraboidea (Coleoptera) of the Western Hemisphere. gopher://nmnhgoph.si.edu:70/11/.entomology/.coll/.carabid

56. --------------. 1995. Pelophilini. In: Erwin, T. L. (editor). Checklist of Caraboidea (Coleoptera) of the Western Hemisphere. gopher://nmnhgoph.si.edu:70/11/.entomology/.coll/.carabid

61. --------------. 1997. David H. Kavanaugh, Ph.D., Senior Curator of Entomology. People, Places and Things. http://www.calacademy.org/research/people/people/pkavan.htm

62. Penny, N. D., D. H. Kavanaugh, and J. F. Parinas. 1997. Entomology general collection and primary type collection websites. http://www.calacademy.org/research/entomology/website1/

67. Kavanaugh, D. H. 1999. Beetles. In: Bartholomew, B. A survey of the biological diversity of the Gaoligongshan of western Yunnan. Map of beetle and plant collections made during the 1998 expedition. http://research.caladacemy.org/webmap/yunnan.html