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My interest in Diptera Limoniidae/Pediciidae, Platypezidae, Anthomyzidae
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11.02.16 13:43
Thank you Tony. Smile

10.02.16 15:21
A few species are aquatic, living in pitcher plants - Sarcophaga in Nepenthes and Fletcherimyia in Sarracenia

10.02.16 09:53
Hello everyone, I was once read that there are aquatic Sarcophagidae (larval stage) species. Is it true? And have a nice day. Smile

07.02.16 00:58
Helloooo, you toooooooooooo... Grin

06.02.16 06:51
hello everyone. Have a nice day

05.02.16 12:08
Thanks Stephane

02.02.16 16:23
hi all im looking for those papers ,, thanks in advance 1 Becker, T. & P. Stein (1914): Dipteren aus Marokko. – Ann. Mus. zool. Acad, Sci. St.-Petersb. 18: 62-95. 2 Bigot, J.M.F. (

30.01.16 13:28
(Dendro)phaonia querceti is now known as Potamia littoralis.

29.01.16 11:48
Does anyone know if this fly has a new name Phaonia querceti?

23.01.16 21:41
Chalcosyrphus pannonicus

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