The Entomologist's Gazette was founded in 1950 as a journal for British entomology; the scope was subsequently broadened to include Europe, and then the whole of the Palaearctic Region. The journal includes peer reviewed papers and notes on the biodiversity, biology, conservation, ecology, genetics, distribution, historical perspectives, taxonomy and systematics of all orders of Palaearctic insects, with an emphasis on the Lepidoptera. Submissions are welcomed from professional and amateur entomologists, and the editors will be pleased to advise on the suitability or presentation of any manuscript. This respected journal publishes papers, short notes and book reviews facilitating the dissemination of entomological research and observations, engaging with an international readership.
Publisher: Pemberley Books (Publishing)
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