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Koedoe, with the subtitle 'African Protected Area Conservation and Science', promotes and contributes to the scientific (biological) and environmental (ecological and biodiversity) conservation practices of Africa by defining the key disciplines that will ensure the existence of a wide variety of plant and animal species in their natural environments (biological diversity) in Africa.

Editor-in-Chief: Llewellyn C. Foxcroft, South African National Parks, Conservation Services and Centre for Invasion Biology, Stellenbosch University.
Associate Editor: Marna Herbst, South African National Parks, Conservation Services.

Financial support and affiliation: South African National Parks (South Africa).

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Book Review
Bats and evolution
M. Brock Fenton
Vol 58, No 1 (2016), 1 page
Published: 2016-10-26

Original Research
Classification and mapping of the woody vegetation of Gonarezhou National Park, Zimbabwe
Francesco Martini, Robert Cunliffe, Alessio Farcomeni, Michele de Sanctis, Giacomo d'Ammando, Fabio Attorre
Vol 58, No 1 (2016), 10 pages
Published: 2016-09-29

Original Research
An assessment of rehabilitation success in an African grassland using ants as bioindicators
Samantha-Leigh Jamison, Mark Robertson, Ian Engelbrecht, Peter Hawkes
Vol 58, No 1 (2016), 16 pages
Published: 2016-09-29


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