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Xylophagidae
Gordon
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Posted on 16-10-2008 05:04
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Hi,
I anybody could send me, or point me in the direction of a PDF version of the following I would be grateful. Being linguistically challanged I would prefer the English translation, but good diagrams are important in any language.

Krivosheina, N. P. and Mamaev, B. M. 1972. A review of the Palaearctic species of the genus Xylophagus, Meig. (Diptera: Xylophagidae) – Entomologicheskoe Obozrenie 51: 430 – 444 (In Russian, English Translation in: Entomological Review, Washington 51: 258 - 261)Cool
 
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OK, thanks Paul, Jere Kahanpää and Kahis, it is X. ater, not very exciting but a new species and a new family for Greece. Actually I put one or two in with the Empids some time back so you may see them in time.

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