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Rediscovery of “extinct” frog in Zimbabwe

Rediscovery of “extinct” frog in Zimbabwe

14 December 2017 • Announcements & Notices
The Arthroleptis troglodytes, known as the “cave squeaker” because of its preferred habitat, was discovered in 1962, and not observed again for 54 years, despite several attempts to locate it. Robert Hopkins, an associate researcher with...
First African Humanities Program title now with NISC

First African Humanities Program title now with NISC

10 November 2017 • Announcements & Notices
The African Humanities Series is a partnership between the African Humanities Program (AHP) of the American Council of Learned Societies and academic publishers NISC (Pty) Ltd. The Series covers topics in African histories, languages, literatures, philosophies,...
Assessment of white stumpnose in Saldanha Bay

Assessment of white stumpnose in Saldanha Bay

19 September 2017 • Announcements & Notices
African Journal of Marine Science, Issue 2, Volume 39 includes an article published by Dr. D. Parker et al., documenting that catches of white stumpnose Rhabdosargus globiceps have decreased significantly in recent years under mounting...
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