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Dipterists Forum Workshop

16 February 2018 - 18 February 2018

£210 – £290

This is the annual workshop meeting for Dipterists Forum at Preston Montford FSC, Shropshire. This year soldierflies and allies are one of the groups being covered.

“This advanced workshop tackles two Diptera groups, Anthomyiidae (flower flies) and some of the larger Brachycera (soldierflies and allies). The larger Brachycera include many charismatic species popular with recorders but, despite their large size and colourful appearance, not all are easy to identify. The more tricky species, for example among horseflies, robber-flies and stiletto-flies, are the focus of the workshop. Anthomyiidae (flower flies) is a family of about 240 species of dark bristly flies whose larvae are mainly miners in plants but also in dung and fungi. They include some very common species but are often ignored owing to a reputation for being difficult to identify. New keys and excellent illustrations place them well within the capability of more experienced entomologists.”

Sessions will be lead by expert members of the Dipterists Forum.

See the link below for full details and booking.

Details

Start:
16 February 2018
End:
18 February 2018
Cost:
£210 – £290
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Website:
http://www.field-studies-council.org/individuals-and-families/courses/2018/pm/dipterists-forum-workshop-73867.aspx

Organiser

Dipterists Forum
Website:
http://www.dipteristsforum.org.uk/

Venue

FSC Preston Montford
Preston Montford Field Centre, Montford Bridge
Shrewsbury, SY4 1DX United Kingdom
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Phone:
01743 852040
Website:
http://www.field-studies-council.org/centres/prestonmontford.aspx

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