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looking for forums for ID other ordes of insects
basileus
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Posted on 24-01-2021 22:43
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Good day dear users of the forum! I want to thank you for your help in identifying representatives of Diptera (> 50 taxa identified by species or genus). I have as yet unidentified representatives of other ordes of the insect class (Trichoptera, Orthoptera, Hemiptera [except Heteroptera], Hymenoptera). Maybe someone can suggest me european sites with forums where experts can help with ID in these ordes?
thank you all again!
 
jck
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Posted on 25-01-2021 23:33
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You might like the website Observation.org

This is originally a Dutch website (Waarneming.nl) but it also has an international site - Observation.org

On the homepage you will see a tab "Community". Click on that and you see Forum at the bottom. Although mostly in Dutch, questions in English are no problem at all. You can, and that would be appreciated, enter all your sightings and photos in Observation.org - if you do that, you can link your questions to the forum.

Certainly worth a look.

James
 
basileus
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Posted on 26-01-2021 05:51
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jck wrote:
You might like the website Observation.org

This is originally a Dutch website (Waarneming.nl) but it also has an international site - Observation.org

On the homepage you will see a tab "Community". Click on that and you see Forum at the bottom. Although mostly in Dutch, questions in English are no problem at all. You can, and that would be appreciated, enter all your sightings and photos in Observation.org - if you do that, you can link your questions to the forum.

Certainly worth a look.

James


Thank you James
 
libor
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Posted on 26-01-2021 09:19
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Basileus, I can to give you ID of true wasps (Vespidae) and Mecoptera. You can contyct me through private message and we ca talk about it.
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