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Asilidae Keys
A collected list of online keys to Asilidae compiled by Fritz Geller-Grimm.
Date Added: 31.03.06 08:43 Visits: 1591
BioTaxis - cl? dichotomique informatis
Currently only Nematocera, but als some other insect orders.Scroll down to Diptera. Only in French.
Date Added: 07.03.05 08:13 Visits: 1697
Faunist: keys and distributions of Dutch Diptera and other invertebrates
Keys and guides to hoverflies, some primitive flies, grasshoppers and dragonflies. Both allow to name species. The keys offers alternative descriptions, which leads to the name of the specimen. The guides offer short descriptions with diagnostic characters and photos. Only the keys to hoverflies in English.
Date Added: 13.05.04 08:16 Visits: 2013
Identification Key to the Common Forensically Important Adult Flies (Diptera) of Northern Kentucky
Identify the common forensically important flies (Order: Diptera) found in and around the Northern Kentucky University campus located in Highland Heights. Also useful to Europeans!
Date Added: 08.02.05 11:38 Visits: 1801
IntKey - Data from the DELTA databases
Root files for keys. Some keys will download completely but most will use on-line resources like images. This demands an active internet connection.
Date Added: 31.03.05 21:58 Visits: 1707
Keys to adult crane flies of Pennsylvania
This key provides information to separate crane flies into Tipulinae, Cylindrotominae, and Limoniinae. It cover mainly species from eastern North America. The key is partly still under construction.
Date Added: 22.05.08 21:28 Visits: 1380
Larvae of the Central American Culicidae.
Photographic key to the larvae of Culicidae of Central America and Panama (in Spanish)
Date Added: 13.02.08 15:34 Visits: 1200
Le site des mouches Dolichopodides - Keys
Keys in French to subfamilies and genera on the site dedicated to Dolichopodidae, small predatory flies that can be found (almost) anywhere in nature. Link leads to subfamily key. Keys to genera are here: males and females
Date Added: 01.01.06 23:25 Visits: 1413
Nematocera Brachycera Simple Keys
University of Minnesota Course Notes for Beginners
Date Added: 28.11.05 16:07 Visits: 1987
Pest Fruit Flies of the World ? Adults
The Pest Fruit Fly Identification System includes an interactive key for adults, using Intkey (see elsewhere on this page).
Date Added: 31.03.05 21:56 Visits: 1742
Pest Fruit Flies of the World ? Larvae
The Pest Fruit Fly Identification System includes an interactive key for larvae, using Intkey (see elsewhere on this page).
Date Added: 31.03.05 21:57 Visits: 1524
Stiletto Flies of Australia
Stiletto-flies are a diverse group of insects in the Australasian region. This key produced in Lucid 3 identifies all genera of stiletto-flies found in Australia, Papua New Guinea New Caledonia and New Zealand. Interesting information is also provided on Therevidae systematics, ecology, checklists, biology, collecting etc.
Date Added: 20.03.06 22:06 Visits: 1430
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28.08.20 12:57
That woul be up to me, as an administrator. Smile

27.08.20 12:30
I want to move a thread to the Syphridae subforum - how can I do this?

24.08.20 13:17
How do I post?

08.08.20 14:31
ah ok ! I didn't knew oops !

07.08.20 08:12
They are already in Poland !

04.08.20 21:02
Today a Chrysomya albiceps found in North of France ! I was quite surprised !

02.08.20 10:10
Ok... lower case naming for images.. understood,Lothar

02.08.20 10:02
I uploadad a jpg, but it is not visible in the thread...Lothar

30.07.20 21:32
Have you checked the FAQ already?

30.07.20 02:23
cannot upload photos, it says wrong name. can someone please explain the exact procedure and the does and donts?

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