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Posted on 10-09-2015 20:10

Location: Zoelmond, the Netherlands
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Beste vrienden,
Bijgesloten de PDF van onze tabel voor de Ptychopteridae (Glansmuggen) van de Benelux, weer met veel kleurenfotos. De PDF is vanaf 20 september ook beschikbaar vanaf de literatuur pagina van de CCW ( onder auteur Peeters, samen met de al gepubliceerde tabellen.

Een Word file kan gedownload worden via de link (plaats de link in de zoekbalk van je browser).

Alle tabellen zijn vrij beschikbaar, dus zeg het voort.

Wat betreft de nog resterende drie tabellen (soorten met een maanvlek, soorten met bewolkte vleugeltekening, overige soorten), we zijn er mee bezig en hopen ze in de loop van 2016 te kunnen publiceren. Vervolgens wellicht al in 2017 een Engelse versie.

Commentaar op onze tabellen is van harte welkom teneinde ze te kunnen verbeteren.

Hartelijke groeten,

Pjotr en Kis

Dear friends,
Attached is the PDF of our key for the Ptychopteridae of the Benelux (in Dutch), again with many colour illustrations. The PDF is after 20 September also available from the literature page of the CCW (, under author Peeters together with the keys that are available already.

A Word file is available via the link (place the link in the searchfield of your browser).

All keys are freely available, so please pass them through.

With respect to the remaining three keys (species with a moonspot, species with clouded wings, remaining species), we are working on them and hope to publish them in 2016, hopefully followed by an English version in 2017.

Comments on the keys are most welcome in order to improve them.

Kind regards,

Pjotr and Kris
ruud van der weele
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