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Horse Flies of Canada
Tony T
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Posted on 23-02-2011 23:42
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http://www.biology.ualberta.ca/bsc/ejournal/t_13/t_13.html
 
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try this
HERE
 
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great work! Very appreciated!
 
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Agree, fantastic!
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Words are insufficient to describe my admiration.
I think this sets a standard for the next ten years plus hard to beat !
And I need to recheck my difficult Nearctic Hybomitra !

One very tiny comment: in the download version on page 223 there pop up three Tabanus pictures in the Hybomitra section. Did something technically went wrong or is it just me ?

Thanks Tony !!!


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Thanks Jorge, Libor, Theo.

Theo: it was meant to be like that. There is some text beneath the images on p 223 that compares H. sodalis with the 3 very similar Tabanus spp.

I was hoping that the links would work in the pdf version,
links work fine for me in the 'regular' version.
 
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fantastic, will be checking for cheap flights to Canada in the Summer!

Steve
 
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SD wrote:
fantastic, will be checking for cheap flights to Canada in the Summer!

Steve


Hi Steve:
If you can make it to New Brunswick be sure to contact me before you arrive. Although more species in Ontario, tabanids are easier to find and more numerous in NB (when the sun shines) than those in southern Ontario.
 
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I contacted the Editor of CJAI and now the pdf file is far more user-friendly. The links from the Checklist and from the species pages and within the keys all now function.
 
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The latest improvements to the pdf really made it a perfect job! In one word: GREAT!
Greetings,

Jan
 
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