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Overwintering mosquitoes in northern Europe
brundlefly
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Posted on 10-12-2019 14:43
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So I made this guide to overwintering mosquitoes of northern Europe. I published it in some groups on Facebook and thought someone here could find some use for it as well.

EDIT: So, this is a link to the file in the Facebook group "The Mosquito Appreciation Society":

https://www.faceb...yVxLSYxgPP
Edited by brundlefly on 10-12-2019 22:22
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Posted on 10-12-2019 14:46
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Apparently you can't attach pdf-files to comments here, so I can't upload the guide. Sorry.

EDIT: Se the link in the above post.
Edited by brundlefly on 10-12-2019 22:20
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libor
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Posted on 10-12-2019 17:57
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Please, send it to me on lib.dvorak[at]seznam.cz
Thank you!
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libor wrote:
Please, send it to me on lib.dvorak[at]seznam.cz
Thank you!
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You're welcome! Check your inbox.

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Downloaded, thank!
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