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African Invertebrates
African Invertebrates is an international peer-reviewed scientific journal that covers the taxonomy, systematics, biogeography, biology, ecology, conservation and palaeontology of Afrotropical invertebrates, whether terrestrial, freshwater or marine. African Invertebrates started in 1906 as the Annals of the Natal Government Museum that changed its name later to the Annals of the Natal Museum. The journal has a continuous history of more than 100 years, with over 800 natural history articles and more than 5,000 nomenclatural acts published.

A wide range of natural science topics has been covered in the Annals of the Natal Museum and subsequently in African Invertebrates. Besides taxonomy and systematics of various animal groups, papers dealing with embryology, histology, medical and agricultural entomology, terrestrial and marine ecology, botany, geography, palaeontology, general geology, with special reference to petrography and stratigraphy, and nature conservation have been published. The coverage of animal taxa is broad and includes, but not restricted to, insects.

Potential authors are encouraged to make use of extensive collections of the Natal Museum and other South African museums, and to deposit holotypes (paratypes) and voucher specimens in recognized South African institutions. African Invertebrates is currently published twice a year and accepts large revisionary works, as well as smaller contributions. All contributions are published in English, although authors may submit a translation of the abstract into any language that uses Latin characters. Currently, authors are not charged page fees.

Visit the journal's Web site (http://www.africaninvertebrates.org.za) for further information about submissions, orders, and exchange agreements.

2008 subscription (issues 1&2) - ZAR320 (ca. 30 Euro) + p&p.
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25.03.17 21:53
Ibid. is short for Latin ibidem, meaning 'in the same place', so = 'same as the previous reference'. Smile

25.03.17 13:09
Cab any1 help out with the full name if the journal IBID Thx

16.03.17 12:41
Hello, can anyone help out a French translation regarding the larva - excroissances, is it protuberance? Thx

14.03.17 15:43

12.03.17 14:42
Hi all! What forum would you recommend to post in if I want to encourage people to send me samples of galls (containing gall midge larvae)? Thanks! Simon

23.02.17 17:42
Perhaps in: Hobby, B.M., & K.G.V. Smith, 1961. The bionomics of Empis tessellata F. (Dipt., Empididae). – Entomologist's Monthly Magazine 97: 2-10.

18.02.17 12:34
Hello, does any1 have a list of gift items for male Empis tessellate? Thx

10.02.17 11:44
Thank you PhilC

06.02.17 17:44
Geruchsorgane = olfactory organs

06.02.17 15:50
Hello I have another tough German word to translate Grateful for any help antennalen Geruchsorgane !! Thx

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