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21.07.15 23:23
Yes, thank you Paul ! URL uptaded in my bookmark. Smile

21.07.15 01:55

20.07.15 12:11
What's the problem with Fauna Europaea ( www.faunaeur.org) ? Frown

16.07.15 11:18
Does anyone know what the current name for Peletieria nigricornis is, a tachinid? Thx

19.06.15 18:31
Gordon are you working from China. I am from Pakistan and working on Syrphid fly as well. Smile

11.06.15 11:15
Thanks Bums I am thinking shifting markings- this surely must be the word for it!

06.06.15 19:15
@oceanlis2000: schillerflecken could mean something like sparkling/brillian
t markings..imo

01.06.15 01:46
Can anybody recommend some literature that will help me ID my Chinese Syrphids. Smile

30.05.15 23:13
Bellardia

29.05.15 22:53
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