[Syrphidae] Re: Stackelberg 1950

Menno Reemer m_reemer at hotmail.com
Wed Nov 10 08:11:22 GMT 2021

Hi Ximo,
See attachment for a German translation of the key from that paper (the introduction and additional notes on the species are missing).
This is from the collection of the late P.H. van Doesburg Jr. According to his notes on the first page it was translated by Stackelberg himself.

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Subject: [Syrphidae] Stackelberg 1950

Dear colleagues,

do you have an English copy of this paper?

Stackelberg, A. A. (1950). "Brief survey of the Palaearctic species of the genus Mallota Mg. (Diptera, Syrphidae)." Entomol. Obozr. 31: 285-296.

I have three different copies but in Russian.

Thanks in advance!


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