[Syrphidae] Re: recent keys and taxonomic papers for European Syrphidae

pieter vantieghem pvtlvd at yahoo.com
Fri Mar 8 12:38:47 GMT 2019

 Dear Peter,
there is a brand new Dutch guide for the Syrphids of Belgium & The Netherlands, by Sander Bot & Frank Van de Meutter
Veldgids Zweefvliegen

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Veldgids Zweefvliegen

Veldgids Zweefvliegen, uniek in zijn soort! Compleet voor Nederland & België - 1700 macro foto’s - vliegtijden -...



If you click on "inkijkexemplaar" in the above link you can scroll through some sample pages. It covers a whole bunch of possible species for Be & Nl as well so should work for the Hannover region too.
    On Friday, March 8, 2019, 12:59:35 PM GMT+1, Peter Hondelmann <hondelmann at ipp.uni-hannover.de> wrote:  
 Dear all,

after many years of hiatus, I want to restart Syrphidae activity with a 
focus on determination of north-west European hoverflies. Therefore my 
question, if there are important changes in taxonomy and new essential 
keys after van Veen's great book and it's revision?
A literature list with keys and taxonomic papers would be perfect ;-) 
(and all what was sent via this email list I have).
Thanks a lot for any information!


Dr Peter Hondelmann
Leibniz Universtät Hannover
Institute of Horticultural Production Systems
Section Phytomedicine
Applied Entomology
Herrenhaeuser Str. 2
30419 Hannover

Tel: +49(0)511/762-19308
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E-Mail: hondelmann at ipp.uni-hannover.de

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