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    Posted: 26 Nov 2004 at 9:50am
The following may be of interest:

W³ster, W. C.S.E. Allum, I.B. Bjargard¾ttir, K.L. Bailey, K.J. Dawson, J. Guenioui, J. Lewis, J. Mcgurk, A.G. Moore, M. Niskanen & C.P. Pollard (2004, in press) Do aposematism and Batesian mimicry require bright colours? A test, using European viper markings. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London, Biological Sciences.

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Hi, is it true that the University of Bangor is the only University in the UK that teaches herpetology as a set subject or module.
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Originally posted by Danny13 Danny13 wrote:

Hi, is it true that the University of Bangor is the only University in the UK that teaches herpetology as a set subject or module.


Not sure whether anyone else (e.g., Kent) have a herpetology module. We certainly have the most herpetological faculty staff (3), and do teach a one semester herpetology module. Moreover, with so many herpetology staff, herps crop up pretty regularly in other courses as well, and there are a number of opportunities to do herp projects (the paper I posted above was based on a series of undergraduate projects, the other authors are all former honours project students).

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