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Gordon's Thai Project.
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And for me: Anthomyiidae if possible Wink
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javanerkelens wrote:
And for me: Anthomyiidae if possible Wink


Joke if you like Anthomyiids I am sure there is plenty of my Greek material around, I will look it up if you would be willing to do some determinations. Nikita has some, his partner was interested in them, but I don't know the current state of play. The thing is I am not much good at separating the calyptrata out in alcohol and I am unlikely to have time to dry and pin stuff. So maybe you and Nikita need to work out a deal whereby I send stuff to you both and you each take out your desired family and pass the rest on. Wink Or something.
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As for everybody else, consider yourselves in as long as you understand this will be wet material, I am unlikely to have time to dry and pin stuff. Once Mark Isenstadt finishes recovering from the Dengue fever Sad that has sent him to bed we will begin more serious planning.
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Muscid/Anthomyiid separation.
Don't worry, Gordon, even in North Thailand Anthomyiid is a rare group, so you can regard all as cf. Muscid Wink
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Hi Folks,
I am sorry to say that I am getting nowhere here, two different avenues of attack, through different people and different Thai bodies have produced zilch. Not yet even an agreement to meet and consider putting in an application.Sad

So I am planning to leave at the end of this employment contract (end of July) and try something else, somewhere else. Quite what I don't know yet.
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I am sorry to hear this, despite this I am interested in Platypezidae. Thanks. Michal
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Dear Gordon,

First of all, sorry that I did not live up to your Kerkini expectations but the samples are still in perfect condition, to be examined in the upcoming two years or so.

About the Thailand dolichopodid specimens (if you still have confidence in me, that is), it would be good that they could be combined with those that are collected in the frame of Michael Sharkey's TIGER project, in which I have the rol of coordinator for Dolichopodidae. I mainly screen the samples for genera that interest me, pull them out for examination, and pass on the remainder to the other colleagues. Just an idea.

Hang in there.
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Cross your fingers everybody, or whatever you do, I finally made contact with Dr Ratna Thapa at Mae Fah Luang University, he is keen on a collaboration with the uni and seems very positive, so today I wrote, and sent,Smile a letter to the president asking permission for the collaboration.
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