BUT, The road Herselt-Aarschot (N19) appears to be partially inaccessible due to road works (typically Belgian, right). The venue is reachable easily coming from the E313 motorway, or alternatively via Begijnendijk / Ramsel (The infamous Liersesteenweg).
Thanks to Wilfried for the tip to those who will go there .. enjoy!
This Sunday we’ll meet again at the SAC for our monthly meeting.
This time we have a guest speaker on the program: Ulrich (Uli) Wieneke will enlighten us with his lecture: “when snails cheat on each other – hybridisation in the genus Lambis“. This lecture will be in English.
This Sunday we’ll have our next monthly meeting at the SAC. Roland Scaillet and Christiane Delongueville will take us on a trip to the Barentsz Sea: Guaranteed it will be again a very interesting and breathtaking presentation !
At last! We have finally been able to upgrade the storage capacity of our members zone on our website, with already a nice addition as a consequence.
Did you know that, prior to 1986, there were ALSO nice articles published (limited) by our members? Well … these articles – and a handy index in excel – are now also available in our members zone so that you can all go and browse … purple in Muricidae, preparation of chitons … you name it!.
Saturday 19 March 2022 is THAT day again. Already for the fifth time, you can gather shells on the “Grote Schelpenteldag”., admire them, and try to figure out the story behind your find.
At the same time, you help science a little bit.. In each of the ten coastal towns, shell savvy people will help you at the counting posts between 10h and 16h with the collecting and identification of your one hundred shells.
And if hundreds of enthousiasts do so, we can all learn a lot again about these fantastic sea creatures. Experienced or not,, everyone can become a (sea)scientist for a day!