[Syrphidae] Re: paper request

muscapaul muscapaul at gmail.com
Tue Jul 26 11:15:22 BST 2016

The link to volume 9:
The link to volume 11:

Bulky downloads but then you have them.


On 26 July 2016 at 08:39, Ebrahim Gilasian <egilasian at yahoo.com> wrote:

> Dear colleagues,
> I am extremely in need of the following papers for my current taxonomic
> study on the Iranian species of the genus *Sphiximorpha*. I would
> appreciate it if you send me only the copies of the pages that contain the
> descriptions and illustrations of the species *S. fulvescens* and *S.
> triangulifera*
> 1- Brunetti, 1915. Notes on Oriental Syrphidae with descriptions of new
> species. Part II. Records of the Indian Museum, 11: 201-256. (as *Ceriana
> fulvescens*)
> 2- Brunetti, 1913. New and interesting Diptera from the eastern
> Himalayas. Records of the Indian Museum, 9: 255-277. (as *Ceriana
> triangulifera*)
> Best regards,
> Ebrahim Gilasian
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