[Syrphidae] Re: Orthonevra
Stefan.Pruner at student.uibk.ac.at
Mon Dec 9 17:14:19 GMT 2013
I hope you get the paper soon or at least find a faster way to translate it!
Thanks for the scan. That was very kind of you. it answered my
question, that came to my mind again, after reading your request on
Zitat von Babak Gharali <bgharaei at mail.com>:
> Dear Stefan
> To me at the present time, the name isn't as important as the paper itself.
> I should identify many specimens and need the english version . Ximo
> kindly helped me and sent Russian version. If I don?t find this
> version I have to work on its translation that last some months.
> I think the catalogue of syrphidae may give the answer. As
> attachment you find that papge.
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> Dear All! I've been wondering several times why (and maybe when)
> the name Orthoneura changed to Orthonevra. Was there a typing error
> in an earlier description? One would think "Orthoneura" sounds
> correct, wouldn't he? Maybe one of you knows the answer to this
> puzzling question. Best regards Stefan
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