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Posted on 02-09-2010 15:57

Location: Zoelmond, the Netherlands
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Hello friends,

please, have a look at the link above. You will find there some interesting articles about diptera. Yes, I am Dutch, they are for free!!!

EDIT Paul Beuk: Link made clickable...
Edited by Paul Beuk on 02-09-2010 16:26
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Posted on 02-09-2010 20:55
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Ruud - I found the article by Ken Spencer on Agromyzidae, but cannot see any other Diptera papers. Are there any others?
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Posted on 02-09-2010 21:00

Location: Zoelmond, the Netherlands
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Well, indeed, if you search on diptera, you find some articles on pseudoscorpions. So articles purely about flies are ....well...not so many. More about opiliones and pseudoscorpions. Maybe I was too enthousiastic
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Posted on 03-09-2010 21:33
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Wink I like pseudoscorpions too!
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Posted on 03-09-2010 22:24
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Handy article on Bearded Dragons, should anyone find themselves waking up in the middle of the "Bush" in Western Australia (following a night on the falling-down-liquid) and feeling like a reviving snack.
I have wakened up in stranger places...Frown

Could be a lifesaver...thanks Ruud Pfft

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