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Andrzej
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Posted on 22-08-2013 19:24
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Dear Dipterists,
I'm looking for the paper of Shatalkin A.I., published in 1995: Palaearctic species of Pseudopomyzidae (Diptera) // Russian Entomol. J. Vol.3 (for 1994). No.3–4: 129–145.
I would be very grateful if you could send me a copy as a pdf-file. Tya. Andrzej
Edited by Andrzej on 22-08-2013 19:25
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My thanks go to Netherlands. Thank you very much Jan Willem !
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Have a copy for me, too, JW?
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sent :-)
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Thanks!
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Maybe somebody could send me a pdf-file of the following paper:

Michelsen, V. 1983. Thyreophora anthropophaga Robineau-Desvoidy, an 'extinct' bone-skipper rediscovered in Kashmir (DipteraPfftiophilidae, Thyreophorina) Entomologica scandinavica: 14(4): 411-414 ?

TYA

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It's on its way.
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Paul ! thanks a lot Wink. Andrzej
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