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Request for two Séguy papers
Rui Andrade
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Posted on 01-07-2018 14:16
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Hi, does anyone have pdf copies of these papers?

Séguy, E. (1928). Etudes sur les mouches parasites: Tome I: Conopides. Oestrides et Calliphorines de l'Europe occidentale: Recherches sur la morphologie et la distribution géographique des Diptères à larves parasites. - Encycl. ent. (A) 9: 1-251.

Séguy, E. (1941). Etudes sur les mouches parasites: Tome II: Calliphorides. Calliphorines (suite), Sarcophagines et Rhinophorines de l'Europe occidentale et méridionale: Recherches sur la morphologie et la distribution géographique des Diptères à larves parasites. - Encycl. ent. (A) 21: 1-436.
 
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No one?Frown
 
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It is 600 pages in total....

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I understand, Theo. Of course I don't want no one to scan the paper versions just for me. Just wondering if anybody already had them in pdf. Smile
 
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Is there anything specific you want, Rui? - I have the papers, but no time to scan them all.
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Hi Tony, a friend of mine needs to check Chrysomya albiceps distribution and read some info about it. I don't know how many pages this involves, I don't want to give too much work. If you can photograph the pages it will suffice. Thank you.
 
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I'll sort that for you this evening.
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check PM
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