Kyle Macsuga has been working in the Wagner Lab since Fall 2010, where his main duties include
curating Ecuadorian dragonflies and damselflies for an electronic field guide project
and databasing specimen data from
bees in institutional collections from the Northeast. His EEB-related interests include entomology,
herpetology, invertebrate zoology, and ornithology. Outside of the lab, Kyle is an outdoor enthusiast
who enjoys fishing, hiking, swimming, biking, canoeing, kayaking, and sailing.