The first issue of volume 15 (2002) of Tropical Zoology has just appeared.
Tropical Zoology is an international journal that has been published
from 1988 to 2001 (volumes 1-14) by the former Centro di Studio per la
Faunistica ed Ecologia Tropicali of the Italian Consiglio Nazionale
delle Ricerche, Florence.
Within the general reorganisation of the Italian CNR, the Centro di
Studio per la Faunistica ed Ecologia Tropicali has merged with other
institutions to become the Istituto per lo Studio degli Ecosistemi. The
Florentine section of the new institute will be in charge of publishing
Tropical Zoology. The journal publishes original contributions in the
fields of experimental and descriptive zoology of intertropical areas
with particular attention to the Afrotropical Region. The articles
submitted are fully peer reviewed by international referees. The Journal
is indexed in Animal Behaviour Abstracts, ASCA, ASFA, Biological
Abstracts, Elsevier BIOBASE/Current Awareness in Biological Sciences,
Current Contents /AB & ES, Entomology Abstracts, Research Alert,
SciResearch, and Zoological Record.
The Editors, Lorenzo Chelazzi, Giuseppe Messana and Stefano Taiti, are
glad to invite all Authors working on taxonomy, phylogeny, biogeography,
ecology and ethology of tropical faunas to submit their original
contributions to the journal. Please, feel free to contact the editors
either at their postal address or at the E.mail address [log in to unmask]
Dr. Giuseppe Messana
Istituto per lo Studio degli Ecosistemi
CNR - ISE, Sezione di Firenze
(ex C.S. Faunistica ed Ecologia Tropicali)
Via Romana, 17 - 50125, Firenze - Italia
tel +39 0552288232; fax +39 0552288233
e.mail [log in to unmask]
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