The HAA Presented the online webinar: “Snake (mis)identification: crowd-sourcing vs. artificial intelligence” by Dr Andrew Durso, Florida Gulf Coast University on 27 August. Overview: “Snakes can be difficult to identify and both correct clinical management and retrospective epidemiological studies of snakebite rely on accurate identification of snakes. We compared the performance of humans and computer […]
The HAA recently conducted a membership satisfaction survey to gauge members’ current perception of the Association and to gain a deeper understanding of what members expect from their membership. The questions asked in the survey can be found here. 2020 HAA Membership Satisfaction Survey Questions Look out for the full report in the next HAA […]
Herpetological Association of Africa Presents Live Zoom webinar series, Herp Dialogues! First presentation – Friday 29 May: Prof. Jonathan Losos Using Experiments in Nature to Study Evolution in Real Time: Research on Lizard Adaptation in the Bahamas Friday – 29 May 2020 16:00 South Africa/Namibia/Cairo/Paris/Madrid 17:00 Madagascar/Nairobi/Dar es Salaam 15:00 Casablanca/Yaoundé/UK 10:00 Boston/New York 09:00 […]
HAA – 14th Conference – FOURTH NOTICE Download PDF The 14th Conference of the Herpetological Association of Africa will take place at the Cape St Francis Resort (CSFR) during the period 9 – 13 September 2019. The Cape St Francis Resort situated in the coastal town of Cape St Francis, Eastern Cape, South Africa, provides […]
The enigmatic Telescopus pulcher from the Horn of Africa. See the link to the paper by Mazuch et al. who report information on the 3rd and 4th specimens ever found. Stunning animals!