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Edited By: Dr MF Braby
Impact Factor: 0.884
ISI Journal Citation Reports © Ranking: 2012: 44/87 (Entomology)
Online ISSN: 2052-1758
Recently Published Issues
News and Highlights
Read the latest issue of Myrmecia, the journal's newsletter for Australian Entomological Society members.
The following article 'Australian distribution, genetic status and seasonal abundance of the exotic mosquito Culex molestus (Forskal) (Diptera: Culicidae)' has been featured by the following online news sites:
NEW!Niches and neutrality: community ecology for entomologists
Roger L Kitching
A view from the edge of the forest: recent progress in understanding the relationships of the insect orders
David K Yeates, Stephen L Cameron, Michelle Trautweinm
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Journal Name Change!
The Australian Journal of Entomology is now known as Austral Entomology.
This will reflect the journal's broadening scope: to publish entomological research from the whole of the Southern Hemisphere, from Australasia, to Africa, and South America. It will continue to focus on publishing original peer-reviewed research articles from the study of the biology, ecology, systematics, behaviour, evolution and control of insects, arachnids and myriapods, now with relevance to the Southern Hemisphere.
Articles will begin to be branded Austral Entomology shortly, and will be available to read online, ahead of their 2014 print publication in the first issues of Austral Entomology, in the Early View section. Watch this space for further developments in this exciting new phase of the journal!
Terms and conditions for the journal's conference competition to promote the name change can be found here.