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Micropeza lateralis
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Posted on 22-07-2018 08:39

Location: western Bohemia
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Dear fly lovers! I am working on a short contribution about Micropeza lateralis distribution. There are big gaps for this species in Fauna Europaea. Up to now, I found sources for these countries: Denmark, France, Germany, Portugal, Great Britain, Italy, Netherlands, Andorra, Spain and Czech Republic.
If you have sources from other countries (Switzerland? Poland? Austria? Baltic counttries? Ireland?), I would highly appreciate posting the references or papers themselves.
Best wishes and thanks in advance!
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Posted on 14-08-2018 15:53

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Can anybody share with me the name and the contact on any Austrian dipterist, who can inorm me about the presence/absence of M. lateralis in Austria?
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Posted on 21-08-2018 20:51
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No-one for you in Austria but this is on Switzerland: https://www.e-per...97:70::508. For Ireland, check the British checklist on the Dipterists Forum website.

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Posted on 02-04-2019 10:38
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I've studied the distribution in Europe.
Details at where you will find literature sources listed (contact me if you want copies) and map of countries compiled from these + Fauna Europaea.
Additionally I'm in the process of compiling checklists for all the European countries (http://micropezid...o/node/319) where you'll find details of the evidence for its presence.
I too have difficulty in locating any Austrian dipterists (or checklists), I've tried the Natural History Museum in Wien without success.
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