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List of identification keys
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Posted on 06-11-2006 13:15
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An idea! An article per diptera family where keys that are avaliable could be listed. If comments where allowed everybody could contribute ideas for books, articles, online sites, downloadable PDFawkward, Delta keys etc etc ...
 
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Strongly support this (but it is a lot to work on and involves repetition See Weblinks etc.). For my part I am working (with many others) on the Wikipedia pages to provide the lists you suggest and other information-see
http://en.wikiped...i/Sepsidae for an example. For other families go to
http://en.wikiped...of_Diptera.
These pages are copyright free and can be used by anyone or on any other site without restriction (GNU free licence) . Since the English language sites are international and eventually appear in simplified form in many languages the id lterature listed is for World Fauna.As the sites are expertised I link through to them via the vernacular names in the Diptera.info Glossary. Cheers Robert
Edited by Robert Nash on 06-11-2006 15:12
 
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Thank you Robert. It differs alot between the families how much info there is, but I'll be sure to keep an eye on Wikipedia Wink
 
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And the languages.Robert
 
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