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Dipterists Digest second series, vol 2, part 1, 1995, edited by Graham E. Rotheray.


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1 - 4 Of what use are the bright colours of hoverflies John Heal Cover of Dipterists Digest second series, vol 2, part 1, 1995,  edited by Graham E. Rotheray.
5 New flies for Yorkshire John D. Coldwell
6 - 7 Sphaerophoria species B, a hoverfly (Diptera, Syrphidae) previously unrecognised in Britain Alan E. Stubbs
8 - 12 Amiota collini, a new European species of Amiota sensu stricto (Diptera, drosophilidae) P. Beuk & J. Maca
12 Spelobia clunipes (Diptera, Sphaeroceridae) reared from toad faeces K.P. Bland
13 - 23 Advances to the British hoverfly list: 1901 to 1990 Alan E. Stubbs
24 - 28 The soldier fly Stratiomys chamaeleon on Anglesey and the Black Isle Mike & Liz Howe
29 - 30 Further new records of fungus breeding Phoridae Diptera R.H.L. Disney & R.E. Evans
31 - 36 Feeding behaviour and mouthpart structure of larvae of Microdon eggeri and Microdon mutabilis (Diptera, Syrphidae) Boyd Barr
37 - 40 Diptera on Sule Skerry, Orkney Adrian Plant
40 Diptera notes from Staffordshire - Hibernating hoverflies? Michael C. Brian
41 - 48 The distribution of the genus Aedes: subgenera Aedes, Aedimorphus and Finlaya in Britain A.T. Rees & K.R. Snow

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