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                  NAME:    Charles Richard Haddad

                    AGE: 26 years old

         DATE OF BIRTH: 21st February, 1979

IDENTIFICATION NUMBER: 7902215171083

                    SEX: Male

       MARITAL STATUS: Single

          NATIONALITY: South African

             PASSPORTS: South African & German

      DRIVER’S LICENCE: Code 08

      HOME LANGUAGE: English

      OTHER LANGUAGE: Afrikaans (well written and spoken)

       POSTAL ADDRESS: Dept. of Zoology & Entomology
                       University of the Free State
                       P. O. Box 339
                       Bloemfontein 9300
                       South Africa

  RESIDENTIAL ADDRESS: 2 Loeloeraai
                       Grosskopf Street
                       Langenhoven Park
                       Bloemfontein 9301
                       South Africa

    CONTACT NUMBERS: 051 – 401 2568 (W)
                     084 – 302 6302 (Cell)
                     051 – 444 5943 (Fax)

                 E-MAIL: haddadcr.sci@mail.uovs.ac.za
                         spiderman_409@hotmail.com
         Academic and Professional Training

Primary School Education

  •   St. Andrew’s School, Bloemfontein
  •   1985-1991
  •   Grades 1-7
  •   Sporting activities: Cricket, Soccer, Rugby, Swimming, Tennis, Hiking
  •   Cultural activities: School choir, drama


High School Education

  •   St. Andrew’s School, Bloemfontein
  •   1992-1996
  •   Grades 8-12
  •   Subjects passed:        Afrikaans 2nd Language (higher grade)
                              Biology (higher grade)
                              English 1st Language (higher grade)
                              Geography (higher grade)
                              Mathematics (higher grade)
                              Physical Science (higher grade)
  •   Result: Passed all subjects, with University Exemption average. Distinction in
      Afrikaans.
  •   Sporting activities: Athletics (1st team), Cricket (2nd team), Rugby (2nd team),
      Swimming, Squash, Hiking and Soccer (social basis)
  •   Cultural activities: School choir, drama
  •   Academic awards:        1992: Academic achievement award
                              1993: Academic achievement award
  •   Cultural award:         1996: Cultural half colours


Tertiary Education

  •   University of the Free State, Bloemfontein
  •   Student number: 1997515216
  •   Bachelor of Science Degree, with Zoology and Entomology as major subjects
      (1997-2000).
  •   Bachelor of Science Honours Degree in Entomology (2001).
      Course average: 73%.
  •   Master of Science Degree in Entomology (2002-2003).
      Thesis title: “Spider ecology in pistachio orchards in South Africa.”
      Passed cum laude: 90%.
  •   Departmental activities:     *Editorial staff member of the departmental
                                    newsletter, the “Kovshaan,” from 1998-
                                    2003.
                                   *Chairman: Post-Graduate Student Forum,
                                    Department of Zoology & Entomology (2002).

  •   Academic Awards:      2001: *IMP- Nikon Award for best 3rd Year
                                   Entomology student, Faculty of Natural and
                                   Agricultural Sciences Prize Giving.
                                  *Best Honours mini-thesis in Zoology or
                                   Entomology.
                                  *Honourary membership to the Golden Key
                                   International Honour Society.
                            2002: *IMP- Nikon Award for best Honours student in
                                   Entomology, Faculty of Natural and
                                   Agricultural Sciences Prize Giving.
                            2004: *Chris Small medal for the best M.Sc thesis in
                                   the Faculty of Natural and Agricultural
                                   Sciences, University of the Free State.
                                  *Academic Merit Colours from the Student
                                   Representative Council, University of the Free
                                   State.
                                  *Dean’s Medal for the best M.Sc thesis in
                                   the Faculty of Natural and Agricultural
                                   Sciences, University of the Free State.
                                  *Senate’s Medal for the best M.Sc at the
                                   University of the Free State.
                                  *Junior Captain Scott medal for the best M.Sc
                                   in Zoology and Entomology in South Africa,
                                   presented by the South African Academy for
                                   Science and Arts



Excursions and Research trips

  •   De Hoop Nature Reserve, Western Cape, March 1999 (Zoology)
  •   Okavango Delta, Botswana, June 1999 (Zoology)
  •   Willem Pretorius Nature Reserve, Free State, April 2000 (Entomology)
  •   Pretoria, Gauteng (Various Research Institutes), June 2000 (Entomology)
  •   Green Valley Nuts, Prieska, Northern Cape, July 2000 - present (Entomology)
  •   Ndumo Game Reserve, KwaZulu-Natal (Game counts), July 2000 (Zoology)
  •   Ndumo Game Reserve, KwaZulu-Natal (Invertebrate biodiversity survey and
      insect collection), November-December 2000 (Entomology)
  •   Tussen-Die-Riviere Nature Reserve, Free State, April 2001 (Entomology)
•   Tembe Elephant Park, KwaZulu-Natal (Invertebrate biodiversity survey and
    insect collection), January 2002 (Entomology)
•   Geelkoppies Farm, Schmidtsdrift district, Northern Cape, April 2002
    (Entomology)
•   Pretoria, Gauteng (ARC – Plant Protection Research Institute), June 2002
    (Entomology)
•   Ndumo Game Reserve, KwaZulu-Natal (Game counts and Arachnid
    collecting), June-July 2002 (Zoology and Entomology)
•   Kei Mouth, Eastern Cape (Arachnid collecting), August and December 2002
    (Entomology)
•   Research trip to Europe (October 2002):
    •       Spent three weeks working in collaboration with Dr. Stanislav Pekár
            (Institute of Crop Protection, Prague, Czech Republic and Masaryk
            University, Brno) on the effects of pesticide residues on spiders
    •       Spent four days working with Dr. Jiri Kral (Charles University,
            Prague, Czech Republic) on spider karyology
    •       Three days were spent working with Dr. Wanda Wesolowska
            (Zoological Institute, Wroclaw University) on jumping spider
            (Salticidae) ecology and taxonomy
•   Consultation work at Sishen Iron Ore Mine, Kathu, Northern Cape,
    (Environmental Impact Assessment), February 2003 (Entomology)
•   Consultation work at the Mohale Dam, Lesotho (Environmental Impact
    Assessment), March 2003 (Entomology)
•   Kei Mouth, Eastern Cape (Arachnid collecting), June and December 2003
    (Entomology)
•   Ndumo Game Reserve, KwaZulu-Natal (Game counts and Arachnid
    collecting), June-July 2003 (Zoology and Entomology)
•   Southern Lesotho (Biodiversity assessment for the project “Conserving
    Mountain Biodiversity in Southern Lesotho”), November 2003 (Entomology)
•   Kgalagadi Municipal District, Northern Cape and North West (Environmental
    Impact Assessment), December 2003 and January 2004 (Entomology)
•   Consultation work at the Mohale Dam, Lesotho (Environmental Impact
    Assessment), December 2003 (Entomology)
•   De Hoop Nature Reserve, Western Cape Province (Arthropod collecting),
    March 2004 (Entomology & Arachnology)
•   Pretoria, Gauteng (ARC – Plant Protection Research Institute), June 2004
    (Entomology)
•   Ndumo Game Reserve, KwaZulu-Natal (Game counts and Arachnid
    collecting), July 2004 (Zoology and Entomology)
•   South-Western Cape (Arachnid collecting), December 2004 (Zoology and
    Entomology)
•   Ndumo Game Reserve, KwaZulu-Natal (Arachnid collecting), February 2005
    (Arachnology)
•   De Hoop Nature Reserve, Western Cape Province (Arthropod collecting),
    March 2005 (Entomology & Arachnology)
   •   Ndumo Game Reserve, KwaZulu-Natal (Arachnid collecting), June 2005
       (Arachnology)
   •   De Hoop Nature Reserve, Western Cape Province (Arachnid collecting), July
       2005 (Arachnology)


Short courses

   •   Basic course in Responsible handling of pesticides. MUCPP-CHESP program,
       Free State Department of Agriculture (2001)


Professional skills

   •   Computer Programs:
       •     Microsoft Word
       •     Microsoft Power Point
       •     Microsoft Excel
       •     Corel Draw 10.0
       •     GraphPad InStat 3.0
   •   Working skills:
       •     Scanning Electron Microscopy (1999-present)
       •     Insect and Arachnid identification (2000-present)
       •     Spider karyological analysis (2002)
       •     Toxicology of pesticides on spiders (2002)



                      Professional experience

   •   Practical demonstrator in Zoology at the University of the Free State (UFS)
       (1999-present).
       •        1st year Zoology practicals (1999-present)
       •        2nd year Entomology Biodiversity practicals (2001, 2003, 2004)
       •        2nd year Entomology Physiology practicals (2001)
       •        3rd year Entomology Biodiversity practicals (2002)
   •   Working as entomological researcher and consultant on pistachio nuts at the
       Green Valley Nuts Estate, Prieska District, Northern Cape Province (2000-
       2004).
   •   Biodiversity study of insects and arachnids undertaken at Ndumo Game
       Reserve in northern KwaZulu-Natal during November-December 2000. This
       self-initiated project was funded by the University of the Free State, and
       included the preparation of an insect collection for the reserve (ongoing
       project).
  •   Biodiversity study of insects and arachnids at Tembe Elephant Park, northern
      KwaZulu-Natal, during January 2002. This self-initiated project, funded by
      the University of the Free State, included an insect collection prepared for the
      reserve.
  •   Research conducted at the Mohale Dam in the Lesotho Highlands during
      March and December 2003 on the invertebrate diversity and necessity for
      rescue of invertebrates from the inundation zone of the dam. This project was
      funded by the Lesotho Highlands Development Authority (LHDA).
  •   Consultation work conducted at Sishen Iron Ore Mine during March 2003 on
      the possible impacts of mine expansion on the invertebrate fauna of the area.
  •   Research conducted in the Maluti mountains in southern Lesotho during
      November 2003 to determine the diversity of arachnids in the area. This work
      forms part of the project “Conserving Mountain Biodiversity in Southern
      Lesotho.”
  •   Consultation work conducted in the Kgalagadi Municipal District in the
      Northern Cape and North West Provinces during December 2003 and January
      2004 to determine the diversity of terrestrial invertebrates in the area.
  •   Junior Lecturer in Entomology at the University of the Free State from
      January 2004 to present.



                         Research interests

  •   Systematics and ecology of ant-like sac spiders (Araneae: Corinnidae) and
      other selected groups of spiders.
  •   Ecology and biodiversity of spiders in agroecosystems and natural habitats.
  •   Ecology of fruit chafer beetles (Coleoptera: Scarabaeidae).
  •   Parasites of spiders.
  •   Spiders associated with termites and ants.
  •   Spider karyology and chromosome composition.
  •   Predatory ecology of spiders.



                    Academic contributions

Courses presented
  •   ENT 112 (2004) – Introduction to insect morphology (Sole lecturer).
  •   ENT 212 (2004) – Advanced insect morphology (Sole lecturer).
  •   ENT 214 (2005) – Advanced insect morphology and evolution (½ of module,
      presented together with Prof. S. Louw).
  •   ENT 222 (2004) – Introductory insect physiology, part I (Sole lecturer).
   •   ENT 224 (2005) – Introductory insect physiology (Sole lecturer).
   •   ENT 252 (2004 – 2005) – Insect morphology practical (Sole lecturer).
   •   ENT 262 (2004 – 2005) – Insect physiology practical (Presented together
       with Mr. J. Parau during 2005).
   •   ENT 694 (2005) – Arachnology capita selecta (Sole lecturer).
   •   ENT 622 (2005) – Quantitative Ecology (½ of module, presented together
       with Prof. S. Louw).


Committees served on in the Faculty of Natural and Agricultural
Sciences

   •   Young Researchers Committee (2004 – 2005).
   •   Marketing Committee (2004 – 2005).



                        Congresses attended

   •   29th Annual Conference of the Parasitological Association of Southern Africa,
       Bloemfontein, September 2000 (1 Poster).
   •   15th International Congress of Arachnology, Badplaas, March 2001 (1 Paper,
       1 Poster).
   •   13th Entomological Congress of the Entomological Society of Southern
       Africa, Pietermaritzbug, July 2001 (1 Poster).
   •   3rd SANCRA Symposium, Nelspruit, June, 2002 (1 Paper).
   •   7th Colloquium of the African Arachnological Society, Durban, July, 2002 (2
       Papers).
   •   14th Entomological Congress of the Entomological Society of Southern
       Africa, Pretoria, July 2003 (2 Papers, 1 Poster).
   •   4th Congress of the Southern African Society for Systematic Biology, Pretoria,
       July 2003 (1 Poster).
   •   31st Congress of the South African Association of Botanists, Bloemfontein,
       January 2005 (1 Paper).
   •   8th African Arachnid Colloquium, Bloemfontein, February 2005 (6 Papers).
   •   15th Congress of the Entomological Society of Southern Africa,
       Grahamstown, July 2005 (1 paper, 1 poster).


Congress contributions
(Presenter marked with an *)
1. HADDAD, C. R.* & DIPPENAAR-SCHOEMAN, A. S. 2000. The effect of egg
      parasitism by an Amira sp. (Hymenoptera: Encyrtidae) on the population size
      of Peucetia striata (Araneae: Oxyopidae) in the Free State. 29th Annual
      Conference of the Parasitological Association of Southern Africa,
      Bloemfontein (Poster).

2. HADDAD, C. R.* & DIPPENAAR-SCHOEMAN, A. S. 2001. The effect of egg
      parasitism by a Psyllaephagus sp. (Hymenoptera: Encyrtidae) on the
      population size of Peucetia striata Karsch, 1978 (Araneae: Oxyopidae) in the
      Free State, South Africa. 15th International Congress of Arachnology,
      Badplaas (Poster).

3. HADDAD, C. R.* & DIPPENAAR-SCHOEMAN, A. S. 2001. The influence of
      mound structure on the diversity of spiders (Araneae) inhabiting the
      abandoned mounds of the harvester termite Trinervitermes trinervoides
      Sjöstedt. 15th International Congress of Arachnology, Badplaas (Paper).

4. HADDAD, C. R.*, LOUW, S. VDM. & DIPPENAAR-SCHOEMAN, A. S. 2001.
      Spiders inhabiting pistachio orchards and their role as biocontrol agents. 13th
      Congress of the Entomological Society of Southern Africa, Pietermaritzburg
      (Poster).

5. HADDAD, C. R.*, LOUW, S. VDM. & DIPPENAAR-SCHOEMAN, A. S. 2002.
      Spiders in pistachio orchards and their role as biological control agents. 3rd
      SANCRA Symposium, Nelspruit (Paper).

6. HADDAD, C. R.*, LOUW, S. VDM. & DIPPENAAR-SCHOEMAN, A. S. 2002.
      The arboreal spider fauna of pistachio orchards (Arachnida: Araneae), with
      notes on their biological control potential. 7th Colloquium of the African
      Arachnological Society, Durban (Paper).

7. HADDAD, C. R.* 2002. A revision of the genus Graptartia (Araneae:
     Corinnidae), and future directions for African corinnid systematics. 7th
     Colloquium of the African Arachnological Society, Durban (Paper).

8. HADDAD, C. R.*, LOUW, S. VDM. & DIPPENAAR-SCHOEMAN, A. S. 2003.
      Surface-active spiders in pistachio orchards and surrounding grassland:
      diversity and patterns of distribution. 14th Congress of the Entomological
      Society of Southern Africa, Pretoria (Paper).

9. HADDAD, C. R.*, DIPPENAAR-SCHOEMAN, A. S., VAN DEN BERG, A. M.
      & LOUW, S. VDM. 2003. A comparison of the spider communities on three
      orchard crops in South Africa. 14th Congress of the Entomological Society of
      Southern Africa, Pretoria (Paper).
10. DIPPENAAR-SCHOEMAN, A. S.* & HADDAD, C. R. 2003. South African
       National Survey of Arachnida: spider diversity of the grassland biome in
       South Africa (Araneae). 4th Congress of the Southern African Society for
       Systematic Biology, Pretoria (Poster).

11. DIPPENAAR-SCHOEMAN, A. S.* & HADDAD, C. R. 2003. South African
       National Survey of Arachnida: spider diversity of the grassland biome in
       South Africa (Araneae). Congress of the South African Academy of Sciences,
       Pretoria (Poster).

12. SWART, W. J.*, LOUW, S. VDM., SWART, V. R. & HADDAD, C. R. 2003. A
      holistic health management strategy for pistachio production in South Africa.
      41st Annual Conference of the Southern African Society for Plant Pathology,
      Bloemfontein (Paper).

13. HADDAD, C. R.* & LOUW, S. VDM. 2005. The role of spiders as predators of
      insect pests in pistachio, with special emphasis on Heliophanus pistaciae
      (Araneae: Salticidae). 31st Congress of the South African Association of
      Botanists, Bloemfontein (Paper).

14. HADDAD, C. R.* 2005.The biogeography of ant-like and dark sac spiders
      (Araneae: Corinnidae) in South Africa and Lesotho. 8th Colloquium of the
      African Arachnological Society, Bloemfontein (Paper).

15. HADDAD, C. R.* 2005. A revision of the genus Cambalida Simon, 1909
      (Araneae: Corinnidae) in central and southern Africa: distribution, ecology
      and description of two new species. 8th Colloquium of the African
      Arachnological Society, Bloemfontein (Paper).

16. HADDAD, C. R.* & DIPPENAAR-SCHOEMAN, A. S. 2005. The Arachnida of
      Lesotho – an AFRAD project. 8th Colloquium of the African Arachnological
      Society, Bloemfontein (Paper).

17. DIPPENAAR-SCHOEMAN, A. S.*, SWAYNE, J., WASSENAAR, T. &
       HADDAD, C. R. 2005. Spider diversity of the Forest Biome in South Africa
       (Arachnida: Araneae). 8th Colloquium of the African Arachnological Society,
       Bloemfontein (Paper).

18. HADDAD, C. R.*, DIPPENAAR-SCHOEMAN, A. S. & WESOŁOWSKA, W.
      2005. A checklist and ecological notes of the spiders (Arachnida: Araneae) of
      the Ndumo Game Reserve. 8th Colloquium of the African Arachnological
      Society, Bloemfontein (Paper).

19. HADDAD, C. R.* & DIPPENAAR-SCHOEMAN, A. S. 2005. Spider diversity in
      conserved areas in the Western Cape Province. 8th Colloquium of the African
      Arachnological Society, Bloemfontein (Paper).
20. DIPPENAAR-SCHOEMAN, A. S.* & HADDAD, C. R. 2005. Spider diversity in
       conserved areas in South Africa (Arachnida: Araneae). 8th Colloquium of the
       African Arachnological Society, Bloemfontein (Paper).

21. HADDAD, C. R.*, LOUW, S. VDM. & DIPPENAAR-SCHOEMAN, A. S. 2005.
      An assessment of the biological control potential of Heliophanus pistaciae
      (Araneae: Salticidae) on Nysius natalensis (Hemiptera: Lygaeidae), a pest of
      pistachio nuts. 8th Colloquium of the African Arachnological Society,
      Bloemfontein (Paper).

22. DIPPENAAR-SCHOEMAN, A. S.*, HADDAD, C. R., VAN DEN BERG, A. M.
       & LOUW, S.VDM. 2005. The spider communities on three orchard crops in
       South Africa (Arachnida: Araneae). 8th Colloquium of the African
       Arachnological Society, Bloemfontein (Poster).

23. DIPPENAAR-SCHOEMAN, A. S.* & HADDAD, C. R. 2005. Spider diversity of
       the Grassland Biome in South Africa (Arachnida: Araneae). 8th Colloquium of
       the African Arachnological Society, Bloemfontein (Poster).

24. HADDAD, C. R. 2005. A review of the Afrotropical spider genus Copa Simon,
      1885 (Araneae: Corinnidae). 15th Congress of the Entomological Society of
      Southern Africa, Grahamstown (Paper).

25. LYLE, R.* & HADDAD, C. R. 2005. Tracheline sac spiders of the Afrotropical
      region, with a revision of the genus Thysanina Simon, 1910 (Araneae:
      Corinnidae). 15th Congress of the Entomological Society of Southern Africa,
      Grahamstown (Poster).


Awards at Congresses

Best student paper:

HADDAD, C. R.* 2002. A revision of the genus Graptartia (Araneae: Corinnidae),
    and future directions for African corinnid systematics. 7th Colloquium of the
    African Arachnological Society, Durban.


Congresses Organised

8th African Arachnid Colloquium, held at Maselspoort Resort near Bloemfontein, 30
January – 4 February 2005. Co-organiser: Mr. Leon Lotz, National Museum,
Bloemfontein.
                            Publication list

Papers published or in press
1. VAN AS, J., HADDAD, C. R. & VENTER, J. 2001. Morphology and biology of
      the twisted wing parasites (Strepsiptera: Halictophagidae & Stylopidae).
      Microscopy Society of Southern Africa – Proceedings 31: 80.

2. HADDAD, C. R. 2002. Symptoms of the bite of an orb web spider Araneus
     apricus (Araneae: Araneidae). South African Medical Journal 92: 533-534.

3. HADDAD, C. R. & DIPPENAAR-SCHOEMAN, A. S. 2002. The influence of
     mound structure on the diversity of spiders (Araneae) inhabiting the
     abandoned mounds of the snouted harvester termite Trinervitermes
     trinervoides (Sjöstedt). Journal of Arachnology 30: 403-408.

4. WESOŁOWSKA, W. & HADDAD, C. R. 2002. A new termitivorous jumping
      spider from South Africa (Araneae: Salticidae). Tropical Zoology 15: 197-
      207.

5. HADDAD, C. R. 2003. The fruit chafers (Coleoptera: Scarabaeidae: Cetoniini) of
      the Ndumo Game Reserve and Tembe Elephant Park, KwaZulu-Natal. African
      Entomology 11: 130-133.

6. HADDAD, C. R. 2003. A new species of Rastellus (Araneae: Ammoxenidae) from
      South Africa. African Zoology 38: 400-401.

7. HADDAD, C. R. 2004. A revision of the African spider genus Graptartia Simon,
      1896 (Araneae: Corinnidae). African Entomology 12: 71-81.

8. HADDAD, C. R., LOUW, S. VDM. & DIPPENAAR-SCHOEMAN, A. S. 2004.
      An assessment of the biological control potential of Heliophanus pistaciae
      (Araneae: Salticidae) on Nysius natalensis (Hemiptera: Lygaeidae), a pest of
      pistachio nuts. Biological Control 31: 83-90.

9. KOK, O. B., LOTZ, L. N. & HADDAD, C. R. 2004. Diversity and ecology of
      spiders (Arachnida: Araneae) of the Deosai Plateau, northern Pakistan.
      Pakistan Journal of Biological Sciences 7: 1689-1694.

10. HADDAD, C. R., LOUW, S. VDM. & DIPPENAAR-SCHOEMAN, A. S. 2004.
      Spiders (Araneae) in ground covers of pistachio orchards in South Africa.
      African Plant Protection 10: 97-107.
11. KOK, O. B., HADDAD, C. R., VAN NIEKERK, D. J., BUTLER, H. J. B &
      NAWAZ, M. A. 2005. Invertebrates as a potential food source of brown bears
      on the Deosai Plateau, Northern Pakistan. Pakistan Journal of Biological
      Sciences 8: 13-19.

12. PEKÁR, S. & HADDAD, C. R. 2005. Can spiders (Araneae) avoid a surface with
      pesticide residues? Pest Management Science 61: 1179-1185.

13. HADDAD, C. R. & DIPPENAAR-SCHOEMAN, A. S. 2005. Epigeic spiders
      (Arachnida: Araneae) in Nama Karoo grassland in the Northern Cape
      Province. Navorsinge van die Nasionale Museum, Bloemfontein 21: 1-10.

14. HADDAD, C. R., DIPPENAAR-SCHOEMAN, A. S. & PEKÁR, S. 2005.
      Arboreal spiders (Arachnida: Araneae) in pistachio orchards in South Africa.
      African Plant Protection 11: 32-41.

15. HADDAD, C. R. 2005. A redescription of Corinna natalis Pocock, 1898
      (Araneae, Corinnidae), Africa’s largest dark sac spider, with natural history
      notes. Journal of Afrotropical Zoology 2: 27-32.

16. HADDAD, C. R. & LOUW, S. VDM. (in press). Phenology, ethology and
      fecundity of Heliophanus pistaciae Wesołowska (Araneae: Salticidae), an
      agrobiont jumping spider in South African pistachio orchards. African Plant
      Protection.

17. Š ÁHLAVSKÝ, F., KRÁL, J., HARVEY, M. S. & HADDAD, C. R. (in press). A
      karyotype study on the pseudoscorpion families Geogarypidae, Garypinidae
      and Olpiidae (Arachnida: Pseudoscorpiones). European Journal of
      Entomology.

18. HADDAD, C. R. (in press). Ecology of spiders (Arachnida: Araneae) inhabiting
      Themeda triandra Forskål grassland in semi-arid South Africa. Navorsinge
      van die Nasionale Museum, Bloemfontein.

19. HADDAD, C. R. & DIPPENAAR-SCHOEMAN, A. S. (in press). Epigeic
      spiders (Araneae) in pistachio orchards in South Africa. African Plant
      Protection.

20. HADDAD, C. R. (in press). Cambalida coriacea Simon, 1909 (Arachnida,
      Araneae): proposed conservation of usage of the specific name by suppression
      of Castianeira fulvipes Simon, 1896. Bulletin of Zoological Nomenclature.

21. HADDAD, C. R. (in press). Spinotrachelas, a new genus of tracheline sac spiders
      from South Africa (Araneae: Corinnidae). African Invertebrates.
22. HADDAD, C. R. (in press). A new species of Corinnomma (Araneae:
     Corinnidae) from Mozambique, with taxonomic notes on C. olivaceum and C.
     semiglabrum. African Invertebrates.


Papers in review
23. HADDAD, C. R. & DIPPENAAR-SCHOEMAN, A. S. (in review). Spiders
      (Arachnida: Araneae) inhabiting abandoned mounds of the snouted harvester
      termite Trinervitermes trinervoides (Sjöstedt) (Isoptera: Termitidae:
      Nasutitermitinae) in the Free State, with notes on their biology. Navorsinge
      van die Nasionale Museum, Bloemfontein.

24. HADDAD, C. R. & LOUW, S. VDM. (in review). Phenology and possible
      control measures for the stinkbug Atelocera raptoria (Hemiptera:
      Pentatomidae) in pistachio orchards. African Plant Protection.

25. HADDAD, C. R. & LOUW, S. VDM. (in review). Disturbance effects of
      pistachio orchard establishment on epigeic spider communities (Arachnida:
      Araneae). Agriculture, Ecosystems and Environment.


Papers in Preparation
* HADDAD, C. R. (in prep.). Fuchiba, a new genus of tracheline sac spiders from
     southern Africa (Araneae: Corinnidae). African Entomology.

* HADDAD, C. R., DIPPENAAR-SCHOEMAN, A. S. & WESOLOWSKA, W. (in
     prep.). A checklist of the spiders (Arachnida: Araneae) of the Ndumo Game
     Reserve, KwaZulu-Natal. Koedoe.

* HADDAD, C. R. (in prep.). The arachnid fauna of southern and south-eastern
     Lesotho: a checklist and ecological notes. African Invertebrates.

* HADDAD, C. R. (in prep.). A revision of the genus Cambalida Simon, 1909
     (Araneae: Corinnidae) in central and southern Africa. Zootaxa.

* HADDAD, C. R. (in prep.). A revision of the genus Copa Simon, 1885 (Araneae:
     Corinnidae) in the Afrotropical region. Zootaxa.

* LYLE, R. & HADDAD, C. R. (in prep.). A revision of the Afrotropical sac spider
     genus Thysanina Simon, 1910 (Araneae: Corinnidae). African Invertebrates.

* HADDAD, C. R. & LYLE, R. (in prep.). A revision of the Afrotropical genus
     Austrachelas Lawrence, 1938 (Araneae: Corinnidae), and its transfer to the
     Gallieniellidae. Zootaxa.
* HADDAD, C. R., DIPPENAAR-SCHOEMAN, A. S. & VAN DER MERWE, M.
     (in prep.). Habitat preferences and morphometrics of long-jawed ground
     spiders (Araneae: Gallieniellidae) in the Ngome State Forest, South Africa.
     Durban Museum Novitates.

* HONIBALL, A., HADDAD, C. R., DIPPENAAR-SCHOEMAN, A. S., FOORD,
     S. F., SLOTOW, R. & VAN RENSBURG, B. J. (in prep.). Heterogeneity
     among spiders (Arachnida: Araneae) in the Maputaland Centre of Endemism.
     Acta Oecologia.


Reports
1. HADDAD, C. R. & VAN AS, J. 2002. Report on the diversity of selected insect
      and arachnid taxa of Ndumo Game Reserve (NGR) and Tembe Elephant Park
      (TEP), KwaZulu-Natal. Report to KZN Wildlife. (19 pp.)

2. HADDAD, C. R. 2002. A report on the diversity of spiders (Araneae) of Ndumo
      Game Reserve (NGR), KwaZulu-Natal. Report to KZN Wildlife. (4 pp.)

3. HADDAD, C. R. 2003. An assessment of the necessity for the rescue of terrestrial
      invertebrates on islands in the inundation zone of Mohale Dam. Report to the
      Lesotho Highlands Development Authority, Contract 1053, Phase 1B.

4. HADDAD, C. R., LOUW, S. VDM. & SEAMAN, M. T. 2003. Survey of the
     terrestrial invertebrates in and surrounding pans within and outside the
     proposed mining area. Report to WSP WALMSLEY (Proprietary) Limited, for
     Kumba Resources Limited.

5. HADDAD, C. R. 2003. New species records of spiders (Arachnida: Araneae) from
      the Ndumo Game Reserve (NGR), KwaZulu-Natal. Report to KZN Wildlife.
      (6 pp.)

6. HADDAD, C. R. 2004. Faunal rescue from islands: Invertebrates. Final report to
      the Lesotho Highlands Development Authority, Contract 1053, Phase 1B.

7. LOUW, S. VDM. & HADDAD, C. R. 2004. Survey of the terrestrial and plant-
      associated invertebrate fauna of the Gamagara Municipality. Report to
      Kgalagadi District Municipality.

8. LOUW, S. VDM. & HADDAD, C. R. 2004. Survey of the terrestrial and plant-
      associated invertebrate fauna of the Ga-Segonyana Municipality. Report to
      Kgalagadi District Municipality.
9. LOUW, S. VDM. & HADDAD, C. R. 2004. Survey of the terrestrial and plant-
      associated invertebrate fauna of the Moshaweng Municipality. Report to
      Kgalagadi District Municipality.

10. LOUW, S. VDM. & HADDAD, C. R. 2004. Survey of the terrestrial and plant-
      associated invertebrate fauna of the NCDMACB1 Municipality. Report to
      Kgalagadi District Municipality.

11. HADDAD, C. R. 2004. The arachnid fauna of southern Lesotho: a checklist and
      ecological notes. Report to the UNDP for the project “Conserving Mountain
      Biodiversity in Southern Lesotho.” (20 pp.)

12. HADDAD, C. R. 2004. A collection of spiders (Arachnida: Araneae) from the
      Ndumo Game Reserve (NGR), KwaZulu-Natal. Report to KZN Wildlife. (10
      pp.)

13. HADDAD, C. R. 2005. A collection of arachnids from the De Hoop Nature
      Reserve, Western Cape Province. Report to Western Cape Nature
      Conservation Board. (15 pp.)

14. HADDAD, C. R. 2005. An update of research on spiders (Arachnida: Araneae) in
      the Ndumo Game Reserve (NGR), KwaZulu-Natal. Report to KZN Wildlife.
      (15 pp.)


Popular articles

1. HADDAD, C. R. 1998. The ‘Scum of the Earth’ has some economic value.
     Kovshaan 19: 17.

2. HADDAD, C. R. 1998. An unusual underwater discovery. Kovshaan 20: 40-41.

3. HADDAD, C. R. 1999. Free State’s most deceptive grass seed. Kovshaan 21: 32.

4. HADDAD, C. R. 2000. Fear of all creatures. Kovshaan 24: 24-25.

5. HADDAD, C. R. 2001. Ndumo Research Trip 2000. Kovshaan 25: 16-18.

6. HADDAD, C. R. 2001. Spiders mimicking ants and wasps. Kovshaan 26: 26-29.

7. HADDAD, C. R. 2002. Tembe Elephant Park’s rich invertebrate diversity- an
     insight. Wildside. July edition.
              Societies, Interests and Hobbies
Societies

   •   African Arachnological Society (2000 - present)
   •   International Society of Arachnology (2000 - present)
   •   Entomological Society of Southern Africa (2001 - present)


Interests and hobbies

   •   Nature (in the broadest sense)
   •   Sport (especially Soccer, Cricket and Rugby)
   •   Music
   •   Cooking
   •   Stamp collecting
   •   Gardening
   •   Economics




                                References
Mr. Cliff M. Haddad
Kei Mouth Beach Hotel
P. O. Box 8
Kei Mouth 5260
South Africa
Tel.: 082 556 5570
E-mail: beach-hotel@keimouthbeachhotel.co.za
Relationship: Father

Prof. Schalk vdM. Louw
Dept. of Zoology & Entomology
University of the Free State
P. O. Box 339
Bloemfontein 9300
South Africa
Tel.: 051 401 9219
E-mail: louws.sci@mail.uovs.ac.za
Relationship: Supervisor
Dr. Ansie Dippenaar-Schoeman
Biosystematics: Arachnology
ARC- Plant Protection Research Institute
Private Bag X134
Queenswood
Pretoria 0001
South Africa
Tel.: 012 356 7800
E-mail: DippenaarA@arc.agric.za
Relationship: Co-supervisor and collaborator

Dr. Stanislav Pekár
Research Institute of Crop Protection
Dept. of Entomology
Drnovská 507
161 06 Praha 6-Ruzyn
Czech Republic
Tel.: 09420-02-33022416
E-mail: pekar@vurv.cz
Relationship: Research collaborator

				
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