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May Lectures on Biodiversity

Biodiversity

The following lectures in the series on biodiversity, as a celebration of the International Year of Biodiversity, will take place on Thusday 13 May in the Reservoir at Oliewenhuis Art Museum, commencing at 19:00.

Prof. Jo van As, head of the Department of Zoology and Entomology at the University of the Free State, will talk on “equal rights for parasites”. This will be followed by a talk on the vast number of fly species in Africa, presented by Ashley Kirk-Spriggs, entomologist at the National Museum.

Refreshments will be served after the lectures. Attendance is free, but please book at direk [at] nasmus [dot] co [dot] za or call Shirley at 051 447 9609.

Click here to download the programme here.