2014 marks the 45th year of existence for Insect Systematics & Evolution and we are happy to announce some new and exciting changes to the journal. However, before sharing this new vision with you, the readership, it is important to acknowledge the fantastic job that Lars Krogmann (Staatliches Museum für Naturkunde, Stuttgart, Germany) has done as Editor-in-Chief over the past five years. Under his editorship, the journal has secured its place as one of the premier journals in the field of insect systematics. With four appealing issues per year and with 18 taxonomic experts of insects and arachnids as editorial board members, the journal now covers all aspects of systematic entomology and provides space for taxonomic revisions and phylogenetic analyses of various scopes as well as systematic theories. Insect Systematics & Evolution has truly flourished under Lars’ dedication and commitment, for which we are very grateful. Now, Lars has passed on the editorial responsibility to Hojun Song (University of Central Florida, Orlando, FL, USA), but he will continue to serve as a member of the editorial board, offering his taxonomic and editorial expertise to the journal. Insect Systematics & Evolution has now implemented the publication of online advance
Insect Systematics & Evolution – Brill
Published: Apr 16, 2014
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