The Norwegian Entomological Society The NES publishes the journal "Fauna norvegica Ser. B" which is a continuation of the Norwegian Journal of Entomology. The Faun. Norw. Ser. B appears with one volume (2 issues) annually. It publishes papers containing new information of general relevance to Norwegian entomology. The journal emphasizes mainly faunistic and zoogeo- graphic papers, faunal lists, type catalogues and regional keys. Members receive the journal free of charge. Editor-in-chief: Professor Ole A. Saether, Museum of Zoology, Mu- s6plass 3, N-5014 Bergen/Univ., Norway. Members also receive the bulletin of the Society: "Insekt-Nytt" (in Norwegian) which appears in 4 annual issues. Application for membership should be directed to Secretary, Mr. Trond Hofsvang, P. O. Box 70, N-1432 As-NLH, Norway. Non-mem- ber subscription is to be sent to: NZT, Zoological Museum, Sars gt. 1, Oslo 5, Norway. Back numbers of several volumes are available: Norw. J. Ent. 1-16 only scattered vols. left 17-25 (1970-1978) Faun.norw. Ser. B vol. 26-(1979-) Other publications from Norw. Ent. Soc. : Fjellberg, A. 1980: Norwegian Collembola. 152 pp. Refseth, D. 1980. Atlas of the Coleoptera of Norway. 1. Silphidae, Catopidae, Colonidae, Leptinidae. In: Insecta Norwegica 1: 1-44. Greve, L. 1982. Athericidae, Rhagionidae, Scenopinidae (Diptera). In: Keys to the Norwegian Insects 1: 1-18. (in Norwegian). Orders for backnumbers of the journals and the other publications should be sent to: Jac. Fjelddalen. P. O. Box 70, N-1432 As-NLH.
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Published: Jan 1, 1982
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