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Portraits of amateur/professional dipterologists
Nikita Vikhrev
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I would like to say "thank you" to Jorge for good idea (this post)!
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Thank you very much for the complitments, Nikita! Smile Spasiva. h1;kk9; l7;klkk4;l6;k6;k2;. But all the members that put the photo deserves "thank you" as well. Smile

Tony, you will get one much more bigger lab! Wink So, don't worry. Wink

Come on, continue to put your photos. Wink Now, more women... only 2??? awkward come on! Smile
 
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come on! I'm waiting for more photos!
 
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I'm fairly new to the site but here to stay (for a long time, if it's up to me). Great site, great forum!
The least I can do is show you my face! Well....
This is me on vacation 'dans la France' in may this year with my daughter of three, Skye.
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one of the most young amateur dipterologists, hmm... Smile she is looking for flies. Smile
 
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this is me collecting flies in National Park Retezat.
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glad to see you, Amalia. 3rd woman that shows the portrait. I know that there are more in diptera.info. Smile

Where is cosmin? Pfft He is in National Park Retezat, I think..
 
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jorgemotalmeida asked: Where is cosmin? Pfft

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no.. crex it doesn?t show the face... just the camera and the hands. This is not a real face portrait.
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jorgemotalmeida wrote:
no.. crex it doesn?t show the face... just the camera and the hands. This is not a real face portrait.


hihihi
Jorge i'm not dipterologist not even an amateur one (yet). but who knows... maybe one day.
also now i don't have so much hair like in that photo.

also yes, i'm working in Retezat National Park as biologist. amalia is my girlfriend. i think this will answer to some possible question... hihihihi

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of course. no problem. Wink

that retezat national park seems to have many prairies? Am I wrong?
 
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jorgemotalmeida wrote:
of course. no problem. Wink

that retezat national park seems to have many prairies? Am I wrong?


prairies? i think refer to something like pasture or meadows. if yes, yes in the retezat national park on the higher part (ussualy more than 1800m) a lot of the land is covered by pasture. partly untill at something like 2000m is present also dwarf pine (or even only) (Pinus mugo). after that altitude only rocks and grass. no real meadows in the park.

if you want to know more you can check www.retezat.ro (there is also a english version)... anyway not complet yet.

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Another picture of my three-year-old. She really wanted to help me collect material from behind the bark of a dead tree. She even wanted to have her own tube. Handling could be a little better. Wink
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so cute!! Smile the youngest amateur dipterologist. Smile
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Hello,

Paul Beuk wrote:
Another picture of my three-year-old. She really wanted to help me collect material from behind the bark of a dead tree. She even wanted to have her own tube. Handling could be a little better. Wink


Well, the master and the little girl on a single picture, who would want more....
Thanks for sharing...
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I just love the pic of Paul and Meike - she is such a sweetie - and so serious about diptera too Grin
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Hehe, you have not seen her yet when an insect flies around her head. Sounds like all hell breaks loose... Grin
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hey... We want more photos. Wink
 
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OK, having read how Nikita's labrador helps him in his search for flies (see http://www.dipter...to_id=2286), - here's Obie, my chief mosquito attractant when we go walking in local woodland. Being a black labrador, she's much better than our other dog Molly, who is a golden colour. Obie is also older, slower and smells worse. Culicids cannot resist her charms! Pfft
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Smile Tony, you should buy plenty of Pedigree Petfoods! Grin

I wish to know if she can attract Dryomyzidae flies.. Grin lol
 
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