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Muscidae of Central Europe
Guenter
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Hello,
I'd very much like to have a copy of the pdf, too, if anybody could send me one.
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Hello Nikita, thanks a lot!
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Could anyone send a copy to me as a private message, please?
 
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Hi,
I'd be really grateful if I could receive a copy as well.
Thanks in advance,
Jan
 
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Do I need lucky timing or is it something else? Since I guess, I just have to be lucky, to be seen in between the many, more interesting posts, I'll hereby retry.
I'd really like to receive a copy as well.
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Jan
 
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Hi,
one more try on a week day close to lunchtime. Could anyone send a copy to me? Or is there indeed some condition to this, I don't know of?
Best Regrads,
Jan
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To support our fellow researches one should buy the book in paper.
https://www.schwe...3510550494
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I would have considered this, if I thoght the researcher would indeed profit from it. I heard the researchers wouldn't usually get a share from these kind of sales. Is that not true? Also the price is rather high for a hobbyist. I just recently depleted my budget for bying 3 book about Asilidae, Auchenorrhyncha, and Heteroptera, all of them together added up to half the price called in the link you sent. I might be eventually able to afford a hardcopy, but there are so many interesting options to chose from, that I go for online sources or pdf frequently. I hope this kind of behaviour isn't cosidered too cheap.
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Jan
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I'd very much like to receive a copy of the document, if it's possible. If any one could send me one, i'll be really grateful.
thanks a lot in advance!!
 
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Hello,

I would be very interested by a copy of the pdf, can someone send me a copy if possible ? I would very appreciate it


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I need your e-mail to send it
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I feel very cheeky asking, but if you don't ask you don't get. We have just started up a Diptera study group here in Leicestershire, UK and are spending a lot of time trying to identify Muscids. This volume would be very helpful to us if it is still available. Thank you.
David
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I want to draw the attention of everyone who is interested in Muscid of Central Europe.
There are two independent keys for Mucsid:
one by Hennig for the Palearctic fauna (in German), which is abbreviated and used by Gregor et al. for Central Europe
and the other for the British fauna by d'Assis Fonseca.
For dipterist from Leicestershire Fonseca's book is even better. For dipterist from other European countries Fonseca's book is still very useful! The best approach is to use both books. Fonseca's pdf is also available.
Edited by Nikita Vikhrev on 03-12-2020 09:36
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If possible I’d like to receive a copy. If any one send me, I will be really gratefull.
thanks a lot in advance.
 
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