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Portraits of amateur/professional dipterologists
pierred
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Posted on 09-04-2007 20:28
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pAUL?

Everyone dying to meet my face on the net can google it. It is out there. Pfft


Is that you ?

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Paul Beuk
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I knw someone would find it. Syill, that links completely screws up the page layout for this thread. Better edit you post, or else... LoL Grin
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i knew you Paul. Wink eheh (as I told beforePfft)
Put your photo here, please; now everybody knows. Wink


 
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OK. Here's one of me a few years ago - dressed for a typical summer's day in Norfolk, England. Cool
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Dmitry Gavryushin
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So now we know how Paul looks like Smile...

09.09.2006, Moscow region, Naro-Fominsk district, Ozhigovo station (ca. 55 km SW of Moscow).
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Hello,

After all, we all look quite normal, for dipterists!
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pierred wrote:
Hello,

After all, we all look quite normal, for dipterists!



apparentely. Smile ehehehe Grin

I hope to see more photos. Smile Not just dipters, but women dipterologist. That?s your turn. Wink It's fair, I think. Grin
 
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i?m still waiting for more. Smile
 
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more than 600 views! Smile Let?s go to put more photos. Wink show us what flies see. Smile
 
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Well, that's me

English and biology-teacher and hobby dipterist
Greetings to everybody!

G?nter
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Hello,
my daughter took this one specially for the occasion.

Best regards.
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Introducing a real amateur, my daughter Meike:
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What's more interesting: the artist or the art itself? Wink
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I was a little disappointed by Nikita's picture, my imagination having been influenced by the French film of that name.

I've not tried to post a picture before, but with luck here I am at Cors Goch, North Wales, 2003, digging a pond.

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Andre wrote:
What's more interesting: the artist or the art itself? Wink
I dare say, with such questions, you are asking for trouble. Pfft
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I would like to see more photos of collections (pinned flies in boxes etc), perhaps in another thread. I think it is inspiring even though I don't collect myself Cool
 
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Completely unable to compete with Meike, who is clearly the world's cutest dipterist, but here is a picture of me at Christmas time, when I spent my time clearing 15 years growth of bramble, ivy and elder from our newly acquired garden in France.

Jorge - you may not have to wait too long for more women in entomolgy - I have just come back from my Surveying Terrestrial Invertebrates module for university, and everyone doing that module this year is female Grin
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Grin first brave woman in diptera.info. Grin
 
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Sorry, didn't notice this thread until today ... so here I am Grin
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Here, I'm helping my friemd to observe biology of Nanna (Scathophagidae)Grin
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Yes, dipterologists from far abroad, please buy your copy at veldshop. Stamps will be expensive, but he, the book is unreasonably cheap Smile

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