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Dipterists Digest vol 8, 1991, edited by Derek Whiteley.

3 - 5 A key to W. European Parasyrphus species Martin C.D. Speight Cover of Dipterists Digest vol 8, 1991,  edited by Derek Whiteley.
6 - 13 Lesser dung flies (Diptera: Sphaeroceridiae) in Welsh peatlands P.R. Holmes, J. Valentine, D.C. Boyce and D.K. Reed
13 A note on Dioctria oelandica (Linnaeus) (Diptera: Asilidae) Neville L. Birkett
14 Records of three uncommon Diptera in 'Westmorland' (vc69) Neville L. Birkett
15 - 16 Syrphidae in Northern Ireland B.R. Laurnece
16 - 17 Phytosciara (Prosciara) producta: Tuomikoski (Diptera Sciaridae) new to the British Isles Patrick Ashe and James P. O‘Connor
18 - 21 Winter activity in the common Window gnat, Sylvicola cinctus (Fabr.) (Diptera, Anisipodidae) E.G. Hancock
22 - 24 Variation in the number of pecten spines and comb scales in Aedes cantans Meigen and Aedes punctor (Kirby) Keith R. Snow
24 Scenopinus niger Degeer (Scenopinidae) in Montgomeryshire Keith N.A. Alexander
25 - 28 Some hoverflies (Diptera; Syrphidae) of Rhum National Nature Reserve, western Scotland N.O.M. Ravenscroft, C.G.N Faulkner, J.R. Oxley, C.J. Pumphrey, L.M. Rogers and J.L. Thomas
29 - 30 Ten species of Sciaridae (Diptera) new to Ireland J.P. O‘Connor and P. Ashe
30 Initiative for Scottish Insects Editor
31 Records of some uncommon Tephritidae from Cornwall, Devon, Norfolk, Hampshire and W. Sussex Simon Grove
32 - 35 Some noteworthy records and observations of Tephritid flies S.J. Falk
36 - 37 Scaeva selenitica (Meigen) records in March with discussion on the overwintering status of Scaeva species in Britain S.J. Falk
37 - 38 Tachydromia terricola Zett. (Diptera: Empididae) and other dume slack species at Dungeness, Kent R.K.A. Morris
39 Sciapus zonatus in Great Britain (Dolichopodidae) Martin C.D. Speight

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