[Syrphidae] RE: Syrphidae Digest, Vol 16, Issue 1

Josh Rubenstein joshrube at hotmail.com
Sat Apr 29 21:51:37 BST 2006


I was hoping that someone would be able to direct me to a source on the 
literature for syrphids, maybe even a Bibliographic database or a relevant 
book.  I am interested in learning how to ID them here in Boston, USA.  Any 
help would be appreciated.



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>Date: Tue, 25 Apr 2006 12:00:29 +0100 (BST)
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>    1. Curso de Control Biologico de Malezas / Biological Weed
>       Control Course (Jean Michel Maes)
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>Date: Mon, 24 Apr 2006 21:25:08 -0600 (GMT)
>From: "Jean Michel Maes" <jmmaes at ibw.com.ni>
>Subject: [Syrphidae] Curso de Control Biologico de Malezas /
>	Biological Weed	Control Course
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>Estimados amigos,
>El objetivo de este correo es informarles que ya están abiertas las 
>inscripciones para el
>Third Latin-American Short Course on Biological Control of Weeds
>Managua, Nicaragua
>June 12-15, 2006
>III Curso Latinoamericano En Control Biológico De Malezas
>Managua, Nicaragua
>Junio 12-15 /2006
>Para mas informaciones puede consultar la pagina web del curso:
>Announcing a course that will provide participants with a basic 
>understanding of the principles and concepts of biological control of weeds 
>using insects and pathogens. Participants will receive training in the 
>procedures involved in the implementation of a weed biocontrol program. 
>Group discussions will focus on the prospects for and limitations of 
>biological weed control in the Latin-American region.
>For additional details, contact Dr. Julio Medal, the Course Coordinator, at 
>medal at ifas.ufl.edu
>El objetivo principal de este curso es proveer a los participantes los 
>principios y conceptos básicos sobre el control biológico de malezas 
>utilizando insectos y patógenos.  Los participantes también recibirán una 
>orientación en los procedimientos a seguir para la implementación de un 
>programa de control  biológico de malezas.  Las discusiones de grupo harán 
>énfasis en las perspectivas y limitaciones para el uso del control 
>biológico de malezas en la región latinoamericana.
>Para información adicional contactar: Dr. Julio Medal, Coordinador del 
>Curso, e-mail: medal at ifas.ufl.edu
>Recuerden que el cupo es limitado, mejor hagan con tiempo sus 
>Con amistad,
>Dr. Jean-Michel MAES
>AP 527
>tel 505-3116586
>FAX 505-3110126
>jmmaes at ibw.com.ni
>jmmaes at bio-nica.org
>jmmaes at yahoo.com
>jmmaes at walla.com
>afleon at ibw.com.ni (oficina de la Alianza Francesa)
>www.bio-nica.org (main page in spanish)
>http://www.ibw.com.ni/u/jmmaes (pequeña pagina de contacto)
>http://espanol.groups.yahoo.com/group/MEL-Info/ (lista de anuncios - puede 
>inscribirse si le parece)
>www.avesnicaragua.org (aves)
>http://www.coleoptera.org/p1760.htm (Lucanidae genera)
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