[Syrphidae] Re: timing of the next Symposium

Gunilla Ståhls-Mäkelä gunilla.stahls at helsinki.fi
Mon Jun 4 08:45:07 BST 2012

hi all

back from fieldtrip. Mid or late June seems good for meeting, July  
good for Altai.
Cheers Gunilla
> hi everyone
> As we decided at the Glasgow meeting, the next Symposium in 2013 is  
> being organised for Novosibirsk in Russia, with a field trip to the  
> Altai mountains.
> All of June is possible, so Anatolii Barkalov asks exactly when  
> might people best be able to come? We could have it in early June  
> (which I could make, since later clashes with my university exam  
> boards), mid-June or late June.
> What do people think? Please reply so we can get a consensus  so as  
> to maximise the numbers who can come.
> Best wishes
> Francis
> Dr Francis Gilbert
> www.nottingham.ac.uk/~plzfg
> School of Biology, University Park,
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