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Contributions to a Manual of Palaearctic Diptera
tyrolean
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Posted on 04-07-2012 23:17
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Unfortunately, all the volumes of this series are out of print and not available through booksellers. I think that such important literature should be available in pdf form. Does anyone have pdf files of these books or know where to get the series?
 
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Hello
I'm new here and French dipterist so sorry for my bad english.
I have all the four volumes of this book in pdf if you want it please say me how I could send it to you and/or other users here?
Thanks Flo ;-)
 
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Dear Florian,

Welcome to the Diptera.info.
Your help will be very much appreciated. Could you please send me pdf files of the volumes of Manual Palaearctic Diptera?

My correspondance e-mail is:

cesa_tr@yahoo. com.tr

Many thanks for your kind help.

Muhabbet
 
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Dear all
This book is too big to be send by mail so I search another way to send it to you all. Please be patient it comes !
I'm also interrested for any publications on french diptera
(Asilidae, Bombylidae first)
Thanks Wink
Flo ;-)
 
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I can put them up for download at the site (for members only to prevent any copyright issues that might become imminent if they are available for free download). Is the size not too big for Dropbox? Then you can use that to get them to me.
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I hope for regular members like us, not in a "private" download category.
 
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I agree with you but what is dropbox ?
Flo ;-)
 
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I think Dropbox is an internet program used for very big sized files for transferring. For further information, I think Paul Beuk will be helpful for you.
 
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looking forward to see the linx!
Val
 
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Did you find a solution for the upload problem? I'm very interested in the pdfs too.
Cheers Sven
 
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Colleagues, I'm very interesting in this book too. What can I do to get this?
P.S. Sorry for my English, it's hard to me
 
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Hi, I read about the download link for the Contributions. Is this still somewhere available?
 
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Posted on 08-06-2014 07:22
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the palaearctic diptera vol 3 by Soos & Papp is available online on http://www.online...3_1988.pdf. Couldn't find the others.
Edited by atylotus on 08-06-2014 07:23
 
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Hi !
Does anyone have pdf files of the volume 2 (Nematocera) ? Thank you !
Pierre
 
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Any particular family you are interested in?
Paul

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Tipulidae, Pediciidae, Cylindrotomidae and Trichoceridae
Thank you
 
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I thought it might be those families but the true tipuloid families are not included in the four published volumes. The Trichoceridae are its way via email.
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Thanks !!!
 
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Yes, dipterologists from far abroad, please buy your copy at veldshop. Stamps will be expensive, but he, the book is unreasonably cheap Smile

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