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Muscidae of Central Europe
Albin
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Posted on 28-08-2016 11:20
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Has anybody the book "The Muscidae of Central Europe" by Gregor et al. in pdf? It is out of print.
 
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Check your email.
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I would also be very interested if there were such a pdf...have been trying to find a copy for ages.
 
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Hi, I've been having very little luck with the RES handbook. If there is any chance you could still provide a PDF of this title it would be much appreciated. Many thanks, Sam
 
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"Manual of Central European Muscidae (Diptera)" now available, but rather expensive. See: https://www.googl...gTEO-7acnA
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Nikita Vikhrev
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I have pdf
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P.S.
I have pdf, but it is pdf of previous edition. I think that there are no differences. Not?
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According to this source: http://www.dipteristsforum.org.uk/t5542-Manual-Central-European-Muscidae-(Diptera)Morphology,Taxonomy,.html
new edition has no difference from the 1st one.
As I guessed...
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Would anybody want to send me the .pdf?

Regards,

Ectemnius
 
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Can I have a pdf as well?
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Is it still possible to get a pdf of this book? If so, I would be very happy if someone could send me a copy. Smile
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Does anybody have pdf version? I will be thankful if anybody could send me a pdf. Thanks in advance,
Mihailo
 
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Posted on 28-01-2019 10:35
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I have a copy Grin
 
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I am also very interested in a copy.

Thanks in advance !

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Hello, I would be also interested in a copy. I would appreciate that!

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Hello, everyone, I'm also interested in a pdf version, can somebody send me a copy?

Sincere Thanks!
Francesco
 
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Done
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Hello everybobies,

I would not like to abuse your kindness but if someone can send me a copy I would be very grateful !

Thank you,

P-YSmile
 
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Sent.
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willem
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Posted on 13-06-2019 09:49
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Hi,

I would also be very much interested in having the pdf. Could anyone be so kind to send me one?

Cheers,
Willem
 
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