African Chiroptera Report 2018

ACR. 2018. African Chiroptera Report 2018. AfricanBats NPC, Pretoria. i-xvi + 1-8028 pp.

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Managing Editors: Victor VAN CAKENBERGHE and Ernest C.J. SEAMARK.

Taxonomic Advisory Committee: Victor VAN CAKENBERGHE (University of Antwerp, Belgium), Teresa C. KEARNEY (Ditsong National Museum of Natural History Museum, South Africa), Peter J. TAYLOR (University of Venda, South Africa), Petr BENDA (National Museum (Natural History), Prague, Czech Republic), Gabor CSORBA (Hungarian Natural History Museum, Hungary), and Stéphane AULAGNIER (I.N.R.A., Castanet Tolosan Cedex).

Contributors: Dr. Stéphane AULAGNIER (I.N.R.A., Castanet Tolosan Cedex), Dr. Nico AVENANT (National Museum of Bloemfontein, South Africa), Dr. Petr BENDA (National Museum (Natural History), Czech Republic), Marike GELDENHUYS (University of Pretoria, South Africa), Rudolf HASLAUER (Germany), , Dr. Cornelis J. HAZEVOET (Zoologisch Museum Amsterdam and Museu Nacional de Historia Natural, Lisbon, Portugal), Dr. Teresa KEARNEY (Ditsong National Museum of Natural History, Republic of South Africa), Dr. Mark KEITH (University of Pretoria, South Africa), Alan KEMP (National Institute for Communicable Diseases, South Africa), Emily N. KUDZE (AfricanBats NPC, South Africa), Lindelani MAKUYA (AfricanBats NPC, South Africa), Prof. Wanda MARKOTTER (University of Pretoria, South Africa), Marinda MORTLOCK (University of Pretoria, South Africa), Sarah OXLEY (AfricanBats NPC, South Africa), Mariëtte PRETORIUS (University of Pretoria, South Africa), Ernest C.J. SEAMARK (University of Pretoria, South Africa), Emma SWARTZ (AfricanBats NPC, South Africa), Rudzani THANGAMBI (AfricanBats NPC, South Africa), Dr. Hendrik TURNI (Humboldt Universityt zu Berlin Museum for Naturkunde, Germany), Dr. Victor VAN CAKENBERGHE (University of Antwerp, Belgium), Luis VERISSIMO (USA), Dr. Marianne VOLLETH (Dept. of Human Genetics, Germany) and Wim WENDELEN (Royal Museum of Central Africa, Belgium).