The Scythrididae from Europe and North Africa are reviewed in this volume. It cover 237 specimens in 7 genera and is with 14 colour plates and line drawings of all species gentitalia.
A series intended to be a tool for identifying the European micro-moths. Each volume will treat a systematic unit comprising about 100-300 species. This will usually mean a family or subfamily, but it can also be a single large genus, or a group of smaller families. Small and systematically unrelated groups may also be collected in one volume. The geographical area covered will be Europe west of the former U.S.S.R., and include the Baltic countries. Authors may also include the adjacent parts of the western Palaearctic Region, i.e. Macaronesia, North Africa, Cyprus, Turkey, the European part of the former U.S.S.R., as well as Transcaucasia. Each volume will illustrate the adults of all species in full colour, either by colour photographs or water-colours. Sexual dimorphism and extensive polymorphism will also be illustrated. All species, except the largest, will be shown enlarged.

Authors are cordially invited to submit proposals and/or full manuscripts by email to the publisher Stefan Einarson. For information on how to submit a book proposal, please consult the Brill Author Guide.
This first volume of Microlepidoptera of Europe deals with the Pterophoridae of Europe (excluding the former Soviet Union) and the Canary Islands and Madeira. All species occurring in this area are included and most of them illustrated in full colour. All species are briefly redescribed mentioning the main characteristic features of the imagines, and the genital structures. A description of the life cycle is given, and also a note on the distribution. A distribution catalogue has been constructed. It is based on own collection data and verified references. The male and female genitalia are illustrated with line drawings. A checklist of hostplants is given.
A detailed study of 57 sphingid species occurring in Europe (Ireland to the Urals), North Africa and the Middle East, placing particular emphasis on ecological factors governing population and distribution. The colour plates depict adults of all species, larvae of 40 species and 5 subspecies, and 13 types of habitat. A major work, of interest to lepidopterists and conservationists.

Scholarly studies of individual species and families of insects from different regions of the world.
Each volume in the very well known series The Moths and Butterflies of Great Britain and Ireland contains special introductory chapters on important aspects of the study of British Lepidoptera; keys to families and species; a systematic section consisting of a full description, details of the life history, and a distribution map for each species, as well as structural drawings where necessary. In addition, all species and significant variants are illustrated in colour.
This series provides authoritative identification manuals of insects (and other terrestrial arthropods) of North Western Europe for a wide circle of users: ecologists, conservationists, biologists involved in fauna inventorying and monitoring, as well as insect collectors. The scope of individual volumes varies, reflecting different needs in the treatment of different groups. The geographical coverage focuses on Fennoscandia and Denmark, with some volumes treating more extensive parts of Europe.

All contributions are written in English. In addition to identification keys and descriptions, the volumes provide information on biology and distribution of the taxa treated. Strong emphasis is laid on illustrations, with most volumes providing numerous 'whole animal habitus' illustrations (frequently in colour) in addition to figures of diagnostic structural details.
An International Journal of Systematic Entomology
Insect Systematics & Evolution (ISE) publishes original papers on all aspects of systematic entomology and the evolutionary history of both extant and extinct insects and related groups. Priority is given to taxonomic revisions and phylogenetic studies employing morphological and molecular data. ISE also welcomes reviews and syntheses that can appeal to a wide community of systematic entomologists. Single species descriptions, regional checklists, and phylogenetic studies based on few taxa or single molecular markers will generally not be accepted.

Benefits to authors
ISE is a subscription-based journal, and thus it is free of charge to publish in this journal. There is no color figure charge for either the print or the PDF version. A PDF file of the article will be supplied free of charge by the publisher to each author. ISE also registers new taxonomic nomenclatural acts to Zoobank (Official Registry of the International Code of Zoological Nomenclature). ISE is archived through Portico, which preserves the contents and layout of the work.

2018 Impact Factor: 1.194
5-Year Impact Factor: 1.654

Online submission: Articles for publication in Insect Systematics & Evolution can be submitted online through Editorial Manager, please click here. As of July 1st 2017, full colour images and figures are published free of charge.

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Concise Review Articles on Insects, Spiders and their Relatives Living on Land
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Terrestrial Arthropod Reviews contains concise review articles on living and extinct insects, arachnids, and their relatives that use land during (a part of) their life history.
Instead of requesting a historic, exhaustive overview of all aspects of a particular subject matter, Terrestrial Arthropod Reviews aims to provide space for critical thinking and thought-provoking questions. The journal welcomes integrative reports on findings within a certain habitat or organism, but beyond the taxonomic description. Substantial contributions in systematics, such as faunistic updates, revisionary works, etc., are welcomed. However, isolated species descriptions, and new records papers are specifically excluded. Reports on species-species or species-environment interactions as well as biodiversity, conservation biology and the effect on habitats of ecological changes are especially welcome.
This title is included in the HINARI, AGORA and OARE programmes.
Terrestrial Arthropod Reviews was published between 2008 and 2014. Ceased per 2015.

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