II HERPETORAMA

“Herpetology for Everyone” – 2020

 

THE GREATEST HERPETOLOGY SPECTACLE!

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HERPETORAMA

Organized by Herpeto Capixaba, the HERPETORAMA is a Scientific Conference that is gathering around fifty renowned researchers from the Brazilian Herpetology, as well as related areas to teach us about Brazilian amphibians and reptiles!

 

Herpetology is a branch of zoology that studies amphibians and reptiles, originated from the Greek word, HERPEIN, which means "to creep". ORAMA, also of Greek origin, means “that which is seen, visible object, sight, spectacle”. And that’s exactly what the HERPETO CAPIXABA will once more perform: a real Spectacle of scientific-academic Herpetology!

Originated from Herpeto Capixaba’s second anniversary, the HERPETORAMA was a success since its first edition. The theme “Herpetology for Everyone”, which pillar was social inclusion, became our MOTTO! Our mission is to deliver quality herpetological content throughout Brazil and beyond!

 

Hence, in this 2nd edition, the theme ‘HERPETOLOGY FOR EVERYONE’ comes back as strong as ever, having ACCESSIBILITY as the main pillar! There will be more than 50 hours of herpetological content! Subtitled in English, Brazilian Portuguese and Brazilian Sign Language!

 

Look for the Organizing Committee or for one of our 15 Ambassadors to clarify any doubts!

All this from the comfort of your home! Although Herpetorama is a Hybrid Conference (presential and online), this year, due to Covid-19 pandemic, it will be entirely online! The transmission will be through video conference on a Webinar platform.

 

Date: 1st to 4th of October 2020

Watch from the comfort of your home!

 

The first edition in 2019, which was organized and executed in 29 days, being presential and online, as well as a very low cost fee, we had 260 subscribers! There were herps from 20 federative units of Brazil, among other participants from other countries! There were 35 speakers and 11 mini-course teachers. Check the schedule of the I HERPETORAMA at:  www.herpetocapixaba.com.br/herpetorama2019

 

'HERPETORAME' YOURSELF!

II HERPETORAMA - 2020

THEMES AND CONFIRMED SPEAKERS

Opening: Brazilian Herpetology in Covid-19’s pandemic - Dr. Thiago Silva-Soares, Herpeto Capixaba, Brazil.

Climate Change Effects in the Herpetofauna - Dr. Luísa Diele-Viegas, University of Maryland, USA.

Herpetofauna Anatomy - Dr. Antônio Sebben, Universidade de Brasília, Distrito Federal, Brazil.

Herpetology in Basic Education - Dra. Bianca Von Muller Berneck, Univ. Fed, Rural do Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.

Herpetology Introduction - Dr. Diego J. Santana, Univ. Fed. do Mato Grosso do Sul, Mapinguari, Brazil.

Ecology of Roads and Brazil's Herpetology - Dra. Priscila da Silva Lucas, Univ. Est. do Norte Fluminense, Brazil.

Brazilian Herpetology Society - Dr. Otávio A. V. Marques, Instituto Butantan, São Paulo, Brazil.

The Importance of Scientifical Collections - Dr. José P. Pombal Jr, Museu Nacional, UFRJ, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. 

The Red List of Amphibians and Reptiles​ - Yeda Bataus, C. Nac. de Pesq. Conserv. Répt. Anf. (RAN), Goiás, Brazil.

Predatory Behavior in the Herpetofauna and Antipredator Responses of Prey as Psychobiological Experimental Models of Mental Diseases - Dr. Norberto Cysne Coimbra, Facul. Med. Rib. Preto Univ. São Paulo - SP, Brazil.

Paleontology in Herpetofauna - Dr. Tiago Simões, Harvard University, USA.

Environmental Consultancy - Renato Gaiga, Biotropica, Minas Gerais, Brazil.

How to Produce Documentaries - Leonardo Merçon, Instituto Últimos Refúgios, Espírito Santo, Brazil.

What you need to know for the future - Beatriz Morais, Bio Educação Digital, Pernambuco, Brazil

Integrative Taxonomy - Dr. Marcio Roberto Pie - Univ. Fed. do Paraná, Paraná, Brazil.

 

Brazil’s Reptiles: the list - Dr. Renato Silveira Bérnils, CEUNES, Universidade Federal do Espírito Santo, Brazil.

Brazil’s Chelonians - Dr. Rafaella Garbin, Museu Cantonal de Zool, Lausanne, Switzerland.

Brazil's Sea turtles - Dra. Rita Mascarenhas, ONG Guajiru / Retaname, Paraíba, Brazil.

Brazil’s Snakes: the atlas - Dr. Cristiano de Campos Nogueira, Universidade de São Paulo, Brazil.

Molecular Biology of Crocodilians - Msc. Iago Silva Ornellas, Univ. Fed. do Espírito Santo, Herpeto Capixaba, Brazil.

Pathology in Sea Turtles - Dr. Marcelo R. Deus Santos, Inst. Marcos Daniel, Univ. Vila Velha, Espírito Santo, Brazil.

Brazil’s Amphisbaenians -Dra. Síria Ribeiro, Univ Federal do Oeste do Pará, Pará, Brazil.

Challenges in Snakes Maintenance: Butantan's Herpetology Vivarium - Dr. Sávio Stefanini Sant'Anna, Inst. Butantan, São Paulo, Brazil.

Brazil’s Lizards - Dr. Guarino Colli, Universidade de Brasília, Distrito Federal, Brazil.

Brazil's Crocodilians - Dr. Luis Bassetti, Univ. de São Paulo, São Paulo, Brazil.

Communities Ecology - Dra. Denise C. Rossa-Feres, Universidade Estadual Paulista, São Paulo, Brazil.

Brazil's Tadpoles: introduction to tadpole knowledge - Marcos Dubeux - Univ. Fed. de Pernambuco, Brazil.

Brazil’s Caecilians - Dr. Adriano Oliveira Maciel, Museu Paraense Emílio Goeldi, Universidade do Pará, Brazil.
Brazil’s Amphibians: the list - Carlos Alberto Gonçalvez Cruz, Museu Nacional, Univ. Fed. do Rio de Janeiro - RJ.

Bromeliad’s Amphibians - Dr. João Victor Lacerda, Instituto Nacional da Mata Atlântica, Espírito Santo, Brazil.

Brazil’s Salamanders - Dr. Isabela Brcko, Universidade de São Paulo, Brazil.

Bioacoustics in Amphibians - Dr. Rogério Bastos, Universidade Federal de Goiás, Goiás, Brazil

Cytogenetics in Amphibians - Dr. Euvaldo Marciano, Cemafauna, Pernambuco, Brazil.

Lethal Pathogens in Amphibians - Dr. Felipe Toledo, Universidade Estadual de Campinas, São Paulo, Brazil.

 

AMPLEXUS - Pairs Debates

 

Amphibian Conservation in Brazil (AMP1) 

Dr. Paula Valdujo, WWF-Brazil, Brasília, Distrito Federal, Brazil.

Dr. Iberê Machado, Instituto Boitatá, Goiás, Brazil.

 

Ethics and Animal Welfare (AMP2)

Dra. Kalena Barros da Silva, Museu Biológico, Instituto Butantan, São Paulo, Brazil.

MedVet Eduardo Morango, Silvestres, Espírito Santo, Brazil.

 

Snakes' morphological evolution: what do we know so far and where are we headed to? (AMP3)

Dra. Roberta Murta-Fonseca, Universidade Federal do Mato Grosso do Sul, Brazil.

Dra. Angele Martins, Universidade de Brasília, Distrito Federal, Brazil..

 

 

EXPLOSIVE REPRODUCTION - Round Tables

 

Research and Conservation of the Capixaba’s Herpetofauna (EXR1)

Dr. Thiago Silva-Soares, Herpeto Capixaba, Univ. Fed. do Espírito Santo, Brazil - MEDIATOR.

Dra. Sarah Vargas, Universidade Federal do Espírito Santo, Brazil.

Dra. Jane C. F. Oliveira, Universidade Estadual do Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.

Dr. Rodrigo Barbosa Ferreira, Instituto Marcos Daniel, Espírito Santo, Brazil.

Dra. Juliane Pereira-Ribeiro, Universidade Estadual do Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.

Dr. Renato Silveira Bérnils, CEUNES, Univ. Fed. do Espírito Santo, Brazil.

Dr. Rodrigo Giesta Figueiredo, Herpeto Capixaba, Univ. Fed. do Espírito Santo, Brazil.

 

Women in Science / Herpetology (EXR2)

Leticia Watanabe, Herpeto Capixaba, Univ. Fed. do Espírito Santo, Brazil - MEDIATOR.

Dra. Daniela França, Herpetologia Segundo Herpetólogas, Museu de Zoologia da Univ. de São Paulo, Brazil.

Dra. Luciana Nascimento, Puc Minas, Minas Gerais, Brazil.

Dra. Lucy Souza, Herpetologia Segundo Herpetólogas, Museu da Amazônia - Amazonas, Brazil.

Dra. Sarah Mângia, Herpetologia Segundo Herpetólogas, Univ. Fed. do Mato Grosso do Sul, Brazil.

 

Scientific communication and online conservation (EXR3)

Dr. Rodrigo Giesta Figueiredo, Herpeto Capixaba, Univ. Fed. do Espírito Santo, Brazil - MEDIATOR.

Beatriz Brito, Herpeto Capixaba, Univ. Fed. do Espírito Santo, Brazil.

Henrique Nogueira, Herpeto Em Foco, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.

Beatriz Morais, Bio Educação Digital, Pernambuco, Brazil.

Dr. Rafael Rigolon, Nomes Científicos, Univ. Fed. de Viçosa, Minas Gerais, Brazil.

Msc. Gabryella Mesquita, Instituto Boitatá, Goiás, Brazil.

Dr. Cláudio Machado, Instituto Vital Brazil/Papo de Cobra, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Please read with attention!

To register for the HERPETORAMA conference, fill out the Registration Form and make the payment for the required lot.

 

The vacancies are LIMITED, therefore, we emphasize that only sending the registration form does not validate your enrollment: you also need to confirm the payment.

 

ATTENTION!

After answering the form, you will receive within two business days an e-mail confirming your enrollment. Check your spam. Take the opportunity to add the email herpetorama@gmail.com in your contacts.

 

With the enrolment, you guarantee:

- All Online content during the II Herpetorama;

- Herpetorama’s Certificate - Number of hours to be confirmed;

- Participation in the Illustration, Photography and Vocalization Contests!

 

Thank You, herpetol! We are waiting for all of you at the II Herpetorama!

 

 

Cancellation Policy

For registration cancellations, the organization of the event will follow the following criterias:

- For cancellations in August, the amount will be fully returned;

- For cancellations until the 15th of September, only 50% of the amount will be returned;

- After the 15th of September, for organizational reasons, there will be no refund.

* Any transfer fee amount will be discounted from each refund before sending.

From the comfort of your home!

01st to 4th of October 2020

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