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FAQ: Ah..., what are Diptera?
What are Diptera?
Diptera is the order of two-winged insects commonly named flies. Though they may officially be named as flies, the order also includes midges, gnats, mosquitoes, etc.

More information about Diptera in general can be found here:
CSIRO Diptera homepage (Australia)
USDA Diptera homepage (U.S.A.)
Museum of Paleontology, University of California, Berkeley
Gordon's Fly Page (Diptera)
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21.05.18 23:44
Hello friends, I've heard from Stephane today and he is safe and sound. Very good news!

21.05.18 12:23
Thanks very much

19.05.18 22:27 zum großen/größten Teil. You should purchase a copy of Duden Das Wörterbuch der Abkürzungen.

19.05.18 12:20
No-one knows where Stephane is, we all hope he is well...

19.05.18 12:19
Hello Can any1 help with the meaning of an abbrev. Rebberge (Muscarl-Alllelum Hüg. 56 z. gr. T.) - thx

17.05.18 01:21
Where is Stéphane Lebrun? I strongly miss his expertise in Muscidae Frown. I hope, he is doing well these days. Jürgen

09.05.18 13:38
Thanks Tony

08.05.18 21:47
Katalog der paläarktischen Dipteren

08.05.18 11:20
Hello Can any1 help out with thye full title of Kat. Pal. Dipt. Thanks

03.05.18 22:05
Next week I hope to have time again to ID Anthomyiidae......
.. Johanna

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