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This talk is concerned with Nicholson's blowflies equation, a kind of timedelayed reactiondiffusion equations. It is known that, when the
ratio of birth rate coefficient and death rate coefficient satisfies
$1e$,
the equation losses its monotonicity, and its traveling waves are oscillatory when the timedelay $r$ or the wave speed $c$ is large,
which causes the study of stability of these nonmonotone traveling waves to be challenging.
In this paper, we use the technical weighted energy method to prove that, when $ec_*>0$ are exponentially stable, where $c_*>0$ is the minimum wave speed. Here,
we allow the traveling wave to be any,
monotone or nonmonotone with any speed $c>c_*$, and any size of the timedelay $r>0$; while, when $\frac{p}{d}> e^2$
with a small timedelay $rc_*>0$ are exponentially stable, too.
As a corollary, we also prove the uniqueness of traveling waves in the case of $\frac{p}{d}> e^2$, which was open as we know. Finally, some numerical simulations are carried out. When $e e^2$, if the timedelay is small, then the solution numerically behaves like a monotone/nonmonotone traveling wave, but if the timedelay is big, then the solution is numerically demonstrated to be chaotically oscillatory but not an oscillatory traveling wave.
These either confirm and support our theoretical results, or open up some new phenomena for future research. 
