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De Europese families van muggen en vliegen (Diptera)
pjotr oosterbroek
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Posted on 13-12-2005 11:13
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A book with identification keys to the European families of the Diptera has appeared, see http://www.knnvui...ductID=167. It is published by the KNNV publishers (Dutch and English), where it can be ordered (though not listed on the English pages because the book is in Dutch).

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The book contains identification keys to virtually all families of European Diptera and is written in Dutch by P. Oosterbroek, H. de Jong and L. Sijstermans. An English translation is in preparation.
 
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My copy should arrive in a few days. Time to brush up my nonexistent skills in the dutch languageGrin
If the dutch version sold at least 6 copies in Finland, I suspect that and english translation might do better. A lot betterPfft
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Too difficult for me: Diptera key - one forien language, Dutch - another oneWink. I'd rather wait for English edition.
By the way. In few weeks I'll make CD copy of both two volume of Diptera of European part of Russia and three volume of Diptera of Far East.
Once Kahis wrote that even without Russian language knowing it is usefull because of numerous illustrations inside.
If somebody need this copy let me know on what adress send it.
Nikita Vikhrev - Zool Museum of Moscow University
 
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The author is working on an English version!!
 
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I'm in the queue for the English version Shock, Sarah
 
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Andre wrote:
The author is working on an English version!!

I think that was clear to everyone from the first post. Pfft
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Yeah, but still this Finnish guy ordered the Dutch version... that's why I shouted ... Smile
 
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Andre wrote:
Yeah, but still this Finnish guy ordered the Dutch version... that's why I shouted ... Smile


Why wait for the english version when I can buy a garbl...sorry, Dutch version today!Pfft Believe or not, I knew about the possibility of an english version when ordering. After a bottle of vodka, Dutch and English look the same to meSmilePfftGrin

BTW. The parcel from Vermandel with the books arrived today, but I haven't opened it yet.
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Kahis wrote:
After a bottle of vodka, Dutch and English look the same to meSmilePfftGrin


I wish I could say the same of other languages (Finnish, Hungarian, Russian) and Dutch, too!
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Nikita Vikhrev wrote:
If somebody need this copy let me know on what adress send it.

Count me in!
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Posted on 16-12-2005 23:01
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OK
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oh well, my impatience with "i?m not able at all to identify any of these 2-winged families" has pushed me through a new pit, nice adventure! (I hope, I have ropes), I?ll buy the english version for a friend, I?ll try with dutch one, bought this afternoon.
I hope the war god in my surename will help

i?d rather wine Smile

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Anyone know when the English edition is due to be published?

Thanks

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maybe i agree nikita about helpful images, but i would say that about this book; i bought it a little "hopeless" but now i see it?s not as difficult to use as i supposed, and a very good help;
i don?t regret i didn?t wait for the english version at all

try!Smile
 
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Pjotr Oosterbroek wrote:
A book with identification keys to the European families of the Diptera has appeared,


Got my DUTCH copy today. I'm brave.

Oh yeah, please people, tell diphascon he is brave! CoolGrin

cheers - martin
 
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You are brave. LoL
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