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Portraits of amateur/professional dipterologists
jorgemotalmeida
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Posted on 10-05-2007 20:06
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it is very interesting to know the faces of everybody! Thanks! Keep sneding more photos! Wink
 
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Here I am enjoying some traditional Finnish scenery with my 0.5-year-old niece.

I'm wearing green, she's the one in white Pfft I hope being drooled upon and chewed didn't diminish the magic of my lucky collecting hat Smile
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Ahh, so it is actually you in the avatar Wink Wonderful scenery, cool swedish jacket and cute toddler Grin
 
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Spectacular scenery! And very nice Finnish baby! Thanks Jere!
 
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I have rather few of myself .. the camera normally points the other way ... but, I've not changed much since Namibia Cool
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jorgemotalmeida
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come on! Smile
we are more than 700... and just a few shared portrait photos. Wink
Don't be shy! Wink
 
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Moscow city.
Chris Raper and me regard flies Grin
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Hmm, you could have fooled me. I think the box just happened to be there. Pfft
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Paul Beuk wrote:
I think the box just happened to be there. Pfft


No Paul, just 2 dedicated Dipterists examining flies; oh, the dark brown liquid is a bait in the hope of attracting some Drosophila and I think Chris may have already caught a coupleGrin
 
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Nikita: "do you want some, Chris?"
Chris: "No. Thanks, I ate that this afternoon, I'm happy with this tea."
Nikita: "Come on. Take one! It tastes so good!"
Chris thinking: "Damn. it looks so good those flies. I wish to eat some, but I ate a lot this afternoon."

Chris don?t forget to seek for Dryomyzidae flies. Smile

ps -- the bottle of wine is for cheating us. Pfft
 
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Tony T wrote:
No Paul, just 2 dedicated Dipterists examining flies; oh, the dark brown liquid is a bait in the hope of attracting some Drosophila and I think Chris may have already caught a coupleGrin
He shouldn't have swallowed them. Grin
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If only they had chosen a bottle containing a clear liquid. Then we would all have just assumed that Chris was very kindly helping Nikita to prepare some specimens to send to Paul. Pfft
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...using vodka...

...some inadvertedly getting lost...

...somewhere...
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... and now it must be in sewer pipes... to wait somewhere for some flies... then some russian and brits guys looks for them.... Smile it is a cycle! Smile
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The main protagonists have been strangely silent; this is possibly a smart move on their partGrin
 
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No comment ... definitely no comment Wink
 
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Chris Raper wrote:
No comment ... definitely no comment Wink


Besides the liquids, it would be interesting to read a report on your collecting expedition to Russia or maybe it was just a family vacation!? Cool
 
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Hey.. dont?forget to put more photos for the rest of 720 members. Just 2,8% put here the photos. Come on! Don't be shy. Wink We showed our photos, it is fair that we can see yours! Wink
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wow! your home is very nice! Grin eheh

It is nice to know the portraits of people that help growing diptera.info! And participate here in this great forum. Wink Let's go, put more photos!
 
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On honeymoon in Spain last year. No time for flies unfortunately!
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