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Dipterist's handbook 2009
jorgemotalmeida
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Hi


Tony, is the book ready to appear in the bookstores? Smile
 
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Jorge - The publication has had to be put back a bit. It is planned to complete the revision by the end of this year, so publication will be in 2010.
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Thanks for the update, Tony! Smile
 
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Any news on the appearance of this volume?
 
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To my knowledge the editors have all the text and images now, so it's just a matter of getting the final copy ready for the printers. I'll let you know as soon as I hear anything!Smile
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great, Tony! Finally. Smile

Now we should do something in Portuguese. There is no virtually nothing written in Portuguese about Diptera.
 
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is there any info about the possible price of this book? Thanks in advance.
 
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Saw it on pemberleybooks.com for 40 today.
 
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You can find information on the Handbook at
http://shop.ament...cts_id=268
but it does look like buying it from Pemberley ( http://www.pember... )would be cheaper than getting it direct from the AES.
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