Wayne K. Gall, PhD

Clinical Assistant Professor, Department of Social and Preventive Medicine

Contact Information

Phone: 716-847-4503
Fax: 716-847-4333
Email: wkg01@health.state.ny.us

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Selected Publications

  • Howard JJ, Gall WK, Oliver J. A gynandromorph of Culiseta morsitans (Theobald). J Am Mosq Control Assoc. 2007; 23(3): 340-342.
  • Gall WK. Evolution of the field guide: from species identification to community ecology. In P. McGlashan, K. Gasser, P. Dow, D. Hartney, and B. Rogers, Outdoor Inquiries: Taking Science Investigations Outside the Classroom. Portsmouth, NH: Heinemann. 2007; pp. 71-73.
  • Vermette SJ, Gall WK, Fay TJ. Physiography and insect fauna of Scoby Dam Cave: Western New York. Middle States Geographer. 2003; 36: 164-170.
  • Gall WK, Wiggins GB. Evidence bearing on a sister-group relationship between the families Phryganeidae and Plectrotarsidae (Trichoptera). Proceedings of the 9th International Symposium on Trichoptera. Faculty of Science, Chiang Mai University, Thailand. 1999; pp. 107-116.
  • Nishimoto H, Tanida K, Gall WK, Minakami N. Discovery of the genus Larcasia (Trichoptera, Goeridae) in Japan, with the descriptions of two new species. Entomological Science. 1999; 2: 425-438.
  • Gall WK. Biogeographic and ecologic relationships in the Plenitentoria (Trichoptera). In: Holzenthal, R.W., and O.S. Flint, Jr., eds., Proceedings of the 8th International Symposium on Trichoptera. Columbus, Ohio Biological Survey. 1997; pp. 109-116.
  • Gall WK. Spring wildflowers: etymology, natural history and folklore, Part I. Clintonia. 1995; 10(3): 1-6; Part II. Ibid. 10(4): 1-7. Reprinted in part in Cornell Plantations 50(3-4): 1-11 [Fall/Winter 1995]. Reprinted in The Genesee Naturalist 8(4): 2-10 [Spring 1999], Ibid. 9(4): 2-10 [Spring 2000], and Ibid. 10(4):2-11, 24-25 [Spring 2001].
  • Gall WK, Andrle RF. Significant range extension of Leptotes marina (Lepidoptera: Lycaenidae) into New York State. Great Lakes Entomologist. 1994; 26: 319-320.
  • Wiggins GB, Gall WK. The Asian caddisfly family Phryganopsychidae: phylogenetic novelty or relict? In Otto, C., ed., Proceedings of the Seventh International Symposium on Trichoptera, pp. 149-154. Oegstgeest, The Netherlands: Universal Book Services. 1993.
  • Gall WK. Further eastern range extension and host records for Leptoglossus occidentalis (Heteroptera: Coreidae): well-documented dispersal of a household nuisance. Great Lakes Entomologist. 1992; 25: 159-171.

revised: 2007.11.19