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New Records and a Revised Checklist of Fruit Flies of the Genus Tephritis (Diptera, Tephritidae) from Ukraine

deposited in the Ukrainian Institute of Sci. & Techn. Information [UkrNIINTI] 1.12.1983, No 1343, Uk- D83. Kiev, 1-28 [In Russian]. Korneyev, V. A. 1987. Little-known species of Tephritidae (Diptera) of the Ukrainian fauna. In: Savchenko E. N., ed. Fauna and biocoenotic associations of insects in Ukraine. Naukova Dumka, Kiev, 83-87 [In Russian]. Korneyev, V. A. 2003. New and little-known Tephritidae (Diptera, Cyclorrhapha) from Europe. Vestnik Zoologii, 37 (3), 3-12. Kryshtal, O. P. 1949. Materials to the study of

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The Carpomyini Fruit Flies (Diptera: Tephritidae) of Europe, Caucasus, and Middle East: New Records of Pests, with Improved Keys

, 62, 184–188. Korneyev, V. A. 1983. Tephritid flies (Diptera: Tephritidae) of the Middle Dnieper Territory. manuscript deposited in the Ukrainian Institute of Scientific & Technical Information [UkrNIINTI], Kiev (1.12.1983, No 1343, Uk-D83), 1–28 [In Russian]. Korneyev, V. A. 1996. Reclassification of Palaearctic Tephritidae (Diptera). Communication 3. Vestnik Zoologii , (1995) (5–6), 25–48. Korneyev, V. A. 1997. Rhagoletis berberidis (Diptera, Tephritidae, Trypetinae), the first faunistic record from Ukraine. Vestnik Z oologii , 31 (5

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Occurrence of chemicals with known or suspected endocrine disrupting activity in drinking water, groundwater and surface water, Austria 2017/2018

- EFSA activities. Presentation at Current Issues in Contaminated Land Risk Assessment – 2017. Royal Society of Chemistry, Burlington House, London. http://www.rsc.org/events/download/Document/ac7b2a7e-40d9-4cd9-ac3e-c1db45892d83 Accessed on 12 July 2018. Rose M. 2017 Per- and Polyfluorinated alkyl substances - EFSA activities. Presentation at Current Issues in Contaminated Land Risk Assessment – 2017. Royal Society of Chemistry, Burlington House, London http://www.rsc.org/events/download/Document/ac7b2a7e-40d9-4cd9-ac3e-c1db45892d83 Accessed on 12 July

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Animal performance and economic implications of alternative production systems for dairy bulls slaughtered at 15 months of age

perennial ryegrass ( Lolium perenne ). The soil type was a mix of fine loamy with imperfect and moderate draining gley soils ( Gardiner and Radford, 1980 ). Eighty-four spring-born dairy bull calves (51 Holstein-Friesian [HF] and 33 Jersey × HF [JEX]) were purchased from commercial dairy farms and artificially reared on site. Mean date of birth was 11 February 2011, and age at arrival was 18 d (s.d.: 8.3 d). Calves were reared artificially and offered 30 kg of milk replacer similar to that described by Fallon (1992) . At weaning, calves were assigned to one of four

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