African Zoology Cover Competition Finalists

Posted 11 May 2018 by NISC under Announcements & Notices • Journal: African Zoology
African Zoology Cover Competition Finalists

Update: 2018/05/16 COMPETITION CLOSED

His photograph of an African Honey Bee (Apis melifera) will feature on the next cover of African Zoology.

We have had an overwhelming number of votes for these 6 excellent images and will consider making use of some of our other finalist’s photographs in future volumes of African Zoology.

Thank you to all those who voted and particularly all those who submitted their photographs for consideration.


Which is your favourite?  Help us choose the next cover of African Zoology. Add you comment on our Facebook page post indicating which cover you prefer. There are six potential covers to choose from. 

Option1: Aardvark (Orycteropus afer) taken by Kelsey Green.
Option 2: African Honey Bee (Apis melifera) taken by Jonathan Balmer.
Option 3: Brown-backed Tree Frog (Leptopelis mossambicus) taken by Chad Keates.
Option 4: Giant Ground Gecko (Chondrodactylus angulifer) taken by Shivan Parusnath.
Option 5: Longhorn Beetle (Cerambycidae) taken by Bevan Dell. 
Option 6: African Wild Dog (Lycaon pictus) taken by Braeme Holland.


Thank you for the rare experience of a set of proofs on which I can find nothing to correct!
- SAJP author from Florida Atlantic University
A very supportive, personal and committed editorial team, which takes quality of the work very seriously. I learned a lot through the experience of publishing with Anthropology Southern Africa, and felt supported throughout the process.
- Author - Anthropology Southern Africa
The editorial experience was excellent: the reviewers were timely and their feedback was generative. The co-editor of the special issue was proactive about communicating information to me. In latter stages, the staff that shepherded the essay through the copy-editing stages was also very helpful and in good contact.
- Author - Eastern African Literary and Cultural Studies
The paper was wonderfully laid out and rapidly published
- Author- Ostrich: Journal of African Ornithology
The review process is quick and is being done within the reasonable time. After acceptance, NISC is also quick enough to send proofs and is very efficiently publishes the accepted paper online before its print version.

- Author - Southern Forests: A Journal of Forest Science