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#1 | Andre on 25 January 2010 23:21:50
Great finding Lukasz... can you tell a bit more about where and how you found it?
#2 | Lukasz Mielczarek on 26 January 2010 10:18:54
Long storySmile
Last year we have conferencion of Dipterological Section, Polish Entomological Society in the Krzyzanowice (Nida Valey, swietkorzyskie). I arive to the place one day earlier and stay one day longer than most of people, for catching fliesSmile
First day I saw the male, but it fly awaySad In last day I saw the female ovipositing eggs on Quercus, so I catch her. Female lay egss to the phial and I broad few larvae until now. Now I think to move it to the cold placeSmile
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#3 | Andre on 26 January 2010 13:15:30
That really is amazing. You know, it would be interesting to write a little publication on that. Where and how you kept the female, and all the way up to the grown larva (and later the adult fly)!
I know a nice little magazine for that (I edit it Smile )
So write me if you are interested...
#4 | Paul Beuk on 26 January 2010 14:01:55
Or just publish it here on Diptera.info... Grin
#5 | Lukasz Mielczarek on 26 January 2010 20:21:00
Yes, it's very interesting. Now I have many others larvae, but only Caliprobola from eggs.
Andre,
I will write when adults leave puparium Wink
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16.10.18 11:11
... - British Journal of Entomology and Natural History 11(3/4) (1998): 139-148.

16.10.18 11:10
@Gnats2meetu: Dobson, J.R., 1999. A ’bee-louse’ Braula schmitzi Örosi-Pál (Diptera: Braulidae) new to the British Isles, and the status of Braula spp. in England and Wales. - ...

15.10.18 14:33
Thx Paul

15.10.18 09:43
Heya guys. Does anyone know how many Braulidae species there are in the UK and if there are any resources for ID purposes available? Pfft

13.10.18 22:24
found dead

12.10.18 12:49
Hello I'd be grateful if so. could help me translate Nachweis als Totfund - Records as ? Thx

25.09.18 09:53
Costa, Diptera acquisitions in 1863, Annuario del Museo Zoologico della R. Universita di Napoli 3: 31-40

25.09.18 09:45
Rondani material in Naples, please check Thompson & Thompson, Studia dipterologica 13 (2006) Heft 2: 317-331

20.09.18 16:28
Thx to Tony and Paul, ref now found

19.09.18 14:31
Full reference?

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