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On the fruit-flies of the genus Dacus (s.l.) occurring in India, Burma and Ceylon
As stated in my previous paper on the Ethiopian species of Dacus , the Oriental forms of this genus show much more variation in their structural and ornamental features. They may be therefore dividedExpand
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Further Notes on the Ethiopian Fruit-flies, with Keys to all the known Genera and Species—( Cont .)
In the form of the head this genus is allied to the Acidia-Pseudospheniscus group, but is distinguished by the very short antennae, by the bare third vein, by the dc. bristles being placed on theExpand
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Imaging referral guidelines in Europe: now and in the future—EC Referral Guidelines Workshop Proceedings
As an integral part of the European Commission (EC) Imaging Referral Guidelines Project a 1.5-day workshop was held in Vienna on 20–21 September, 2012. At this workshop, models and good practicesExpand
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Some Calliphoridae (Dipt.) from the South Pacific Islands and Australia.
Having recently studied a large collection of Myiodaria from the Fiji Islands, and having received, through the courtesy of Dr. P. A. Buxton, a number of species from Samoa and other South PacificExpand
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