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Started by Martin Spies, May 28, 2021, 09:53:42 AM

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Whitmore, D., Gaimari, S. D., Nihei, S. S., Evenhuis, N. L., Kurina, O., Borkent, C. J., Sinclair, B. J., O'Hara, J. E., Zhang, Zh.-Q., Moulton, J. K., Ribeiro, G. C., Bickel, D. J., Giłka, W., Andersen, T., Rossaro, B., Whittington, A. E., Lamas, C. J. E., Heller, K., Kehlmaier, C., Courtney, G. W., Kerr, P. H., Blagoderov, V. (2021) Review. Twenty years of dipterology through the pages of Zootaxa. Zootaxa 4979(1): 166-189. [publd 28.v.2021;]

Martin Spies


Prat, N. (2022) Danzando con quironómidos: Una mirada retrospectiva personal a la investigación y gestión del agua en España. (Dancing with non-biting midges: A personal retrospective look at water research and management in Spain). Limnetica 41(2): 235-244 + online suppl. material. [in Spanish, with English abstract]

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