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diphascon
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Posted on 22-08-2005 11:22
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hello Forum,

I am looking for a key to the families of the European Diptera (English or German). The downloadable key "British Insects: the Families of Diptera" from the Downloads-section of this site seems to be empty (1 kb size).

Any hints? Thanks in advance . martin adler
 
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Please try after installing IntKey on your computer first.
Otherwise, there will be a Dutch key to the European families of Diptera in a matter of days or weeks. So, if you want to practice your Dutch, you can try that one. Check http://www.knnvui....
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Posted on 22-08-2005 14:48
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Paul Beuk wrote:
Please try after installing IntKey on your computer first.


That's what I did, no success though.

Paul Beuk wrote:
Otherwise, there will be a Dutch key to the European families of Diptera in a matter of days or weeks. So, if you want to practice your Dutch, you can try that one. Check http://www.knnvui....


Thanks a lot for the hint. "Your Dutch", this is a good one ;-). I'll think about it anyway.

martin adler
 
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here you are keys for argentina
http://www.inta.g...ptera.html

Wink
 
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