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Hvemeyer_Schauermann_2003. Succession of Diptera on dead beech wood: A 10-year study. Pedobiolo...
Hövemeyer, K. & J. Schauermann, 2003. Succession of Diptera on dead beech wood: A 10-year study. - Pedobiologia 47: 61?75.
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Papp_2002. Dipterous guilds of small-sized feeding sources in Forsts of Hungary. - Acta Zoloogica...
Papp, L., 2002. Dipterous guilds of small-sized feeding sources in Forsts of Hungary. - Acta Zoloogica Academiae Scientiarum Hungaricae 48 (Supplement 1): 197-213.
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Rossi_M?ca_2006. Notes on the Laboulbeniales (Ascomycetes) from the Czech Republic. - Sydowia 58...
Rossi, W. & J. M?ca, 2006. Notes on the Laboulbeniales (Ascomycetes) from the Czech Republic. - Sydowia 58(1): 110-124.
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Simpson_Woehl_Usui_1999. The development and evolution of bristle patterns in Diptera. - De...
Simpson, P., R. Woehl & K. Usui, 1999. The development and evolution of bristle patterns in Diptera. - Development 126: 1349-1364.
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Sivinski_1997. Ornaments in the Diptera. - The Florida Entomologist 80: 142-164.
Sivinski, J., 1997. Ornaments in the Diptera. - The Florida Entomologist 80: 142-164.
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Sivinski_Marshall_Peterson_1999. Kleptoparasitism and phoresy in the Diptera. - The Florida Entomolo
Sivinsky, J., S. Marshall & E. Petersson, 1999. Kleptoparasitism and phoresy in the Diptera. - The Florida Entomologist 82: 179-197.
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The development and evolution of bristle patterns in Diptera
As published by Simpson, Woehl and Usui in Development 126: 1349-1364 (1999)
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Waite_2000. Kent Red Data Book. Kent County Council, pp. i-vi, 1-489.
Waite, A., 2000. Kent Red Data Book. Kent County Council, pp. i-vi, 1-489.
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14.02.19 11:14
hello everyone, I come back. Snowy today in Inner Mongolia, China

13.02.19 09:46
I looooove the fly in the beer irish joke in the random quotes Grin

05.02.19 11:24
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05.02.19 09:05
I´d like to communicate with Jan Maca, who is a member here, but I can´t find any e-mail address. Could anyone help?

21.01.19 19:07
Thank you. Yes - I've done it now. The file was too large.

21.01.19 18:42
no blanks in filename, file size reduced (below 300 k or so).Did you fulfill these criteria ?

20.01.19 15:45
I've repeatedly tried to upload a photo with my thread but nothing is showing. I can't see that I've done anything wrong. Can someone please assist?

19.12.18 13:10
I might add that this is a great resource and I am really thankful for all the members help.

15.12.18 16:48
Thanks for the explanation Paul. It definitely stopped me from flooding the forum with my threads Wink

14.12.18 16:27
Each user has a maximum of ten new threads per day (24 hours). Just to prevent a single user from sending scores of his unidentified fly photos at once and thus drain out any other threads.

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