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request Scathophagidae document
johnes81
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Posted on 14-11-2019 20:40
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Hello everyone,

I am hoping that someone can help me obtain a copy of the document entitled "The Family Scathophagidae (Diptera) of the Czech and Slovak Republics" by František Šifner.

Thank You and Best Wishes,
John
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http://fi.nm.cz/w...2003_1.pdf
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Thank you, Johan. I owe you a favor.

I am happy to have a copy of this document. I have a few specimens that i am trying to place at a species level. I couldn't find this document.

Thank you again and Best wishes,
John

ps collect on the favor anytime Smile
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Did you use the UK key by Stuart Ball ?


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Zeegers wrote:
Did you use the UK key by Stuart Ball ?

Theo


Yes Sir, i tried the keys. However, there seems to be confusion between Scathophaga inquinata and S. lutaria. Thus, i think that genitalia may be necessary. I key my specimen to Scathophaga inquinata but the humeral callus is yellow, which is mentioned for S. lutaria and not S. inquinata. I saw that Stephane (LeBrun) posted once that the yellow calli should be ignored because the abdomen is wholly yellow. I am struggling to determine this specimen because i think it is Scathophaga inquinata despite the yellow calli.

I will try genitalia and the requested document has genitalia for both male and female species.

Thank you, Theo! By the way, i owe you many favors Smile you are always nice and helpful. I do not forget you!

Best wishes,
John
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