■ The Tachinid Times, Issue 14, February 2001

Jim O’Hara, editor
Agriculture & Agri-Food Canada
960 Carling Avenue
Ottawa, Ontario, Canada, K1A 0C6
Correspondence: james.ohara@canada.ca or oharaje@hotmail.com

This issue of the annual newsletter The Tachinid Times was distributed simultaneously in hardcopy and over the Internet (as a PDF document) in February 2001. It can be viewed here or downloaded as a searchable PDF file with the same pagination as in the original hardcopy edition.

Contents of Issue 14


  • Study on the phylogeny and diversity of Higher Diptera in the Northern Hemisphere
    (by H. Shima)
  • Tachinid-host associations
    (by J.O. Stireman)
  • Effects of the introduction of Compsilura concinnata (Meigen) into North America
    (by J. Boettner)
  • Dr. Jirí Cepelák, 1917-2000
    (by J. Vanhara)
  • Potential for the control of the small rice stink bug, Oebalus poecilus (Dallas) by Beskia aelops (Walker)
    (by J.P. Sutherland)
  • Phytomyptera sp. (Diptera: Tachinidae): An important natural control agent of the quinoa moths, Eurysacca spp. (Lepidoptera: Gelechiidae) in central Peru
    (by C. Rasmussen, A. Lagnaoui and P. Delgado)
  • Pictures of natural and in vitro development of Exorista larvarum (L.)
    (by M. Dindo)
  • UK Tachinid Recording Group
    (by C. Raper, M. Smith and M. Shaw)

Personal Notes

  • Chuntian Zhang

Tachinid Bibliography

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