[Syrphidae] Re: Free Reprints, etc.
roger.morris at dsl.pipex.com
Sat Sep 14 21:12:41 BST 2013
Just picking up on your posting about your retirement. I do hope that
this will not prevent further meetings and that we will catch up in the
not so distant future.
Very best wishes
On 12/09/2013 22:12, Chris Thompson wrote:
> I am slowing tapering down on my flower fly research.
> Betty and I will next year move to a new retirement home in
> northeastern Florida (Ponte Verda),
> but I will have ample space to continue my research.
> However, in preparing for the move, I obviously need to "slim down,"
> reduce some of the bulk I have now.
> One of these areas are my own reprints. Yes, for most of my earlier
> papers I still have the old paper copies.
> SO while they last I will be happy to send sets of reprints to any one
> who wants them.
> A complete list of my publications can be found on my Smithsonian
> official page
> so, please let me know what you want and I will send it to you ASAP, etc.
> F. Christian Thompson
> from home (xelaalex at cox.net <mailto:xelaalex at cox.net>)
> Department of Entomology
> Smithsonian Institution
> Washington, DC, 20013-7012 USA
> thompsonf at si.edu <mailto:thompsonf at si.edu>
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