Journals & Series: Zoology
Editors: Volker Mosbrugger and Peter Königshof
International Journal of Malacology. Journal of the Deutsche Malakozoologische Gesellschaft
Edited by Senckenberg Gesellschaft für Naturforschung Editor-in-Chief: Ronald Janssen
Archiv für Molluskenkunde, journal of malacozoology, publishes peer reviewed papers on the systematics, taxonomy, phylogeny and morphology of molluscs. Contributions on fossil Cenozoic molluscs as well as papers on molluscan ecology and biogeography are published. However, articles on physiology, parasitology, regional faunistics or those on non-Cenozoic fossils or biostratigraphy should be submitted elsewhere.
Journal of General and Applied Entomology - Zeitschrift für Allgemeine und Angewandte Entomologie
Editor-in-Chief: August Wilhelm Steffan Executive Editors: Fred Klingauf; Konrad Dettner; Wolf Engels; August Wilhelm Steffan; Hartmut Greven; Wilfried Wichard
Entomologia Generalis is an international journal of general and applied entomology. It publishes papers on experimental, comparative and descriptive problems and studies in all fields of research on insects and other terrestrial arthropods. It aims to continually supply new information on the results of recent and current studies and promising theories in this science, relating simultaneously to various fields or closely connecting them.
Flies of the palaearctic
International Journal of Biodiversity
Edited for Senckenberg Gesellschaft für Naturforschung: Mosbrugger, Volker Chief Editor: Nässig, A.
Senckenbergiana biologica publishes original contributions dealing with zoology and botany from all biogeographical regions. One of the classical aims of the publication series is to publish contributions helping to describe, to understand, and to maintain the diversity of life (=biodiversity). Aspects of particular interest are: Biodiversity, Taxonomy, Systematics, Phylogeny, Nomenclature, Biogeography, Morphology, Anatomy, Life stories, Tropical Ecology, Behaviour Ecology and Animal Communities, Coevolution. Pure physiology, faunistic or floristic publications without general biogeographical or systematic significance, non-eucaryontic papers, etc. are outside the scope of the journal. Senckenbergiana biological covers only modern animals and plants and fossil organisms if there is a direct link to modern organisms (e.g. comparisons of relatively young fossils with their living direct relatives).
Original contributions to zoology
Edited by Hannes F. Paulus, Vienna.