Covers research in entomology and its subspecialties in the Neotropical zone (South and Central America, Mexico, Caribbean islands, and southern Florida), but it is not exclusive to the neotropics. Â· Journal owned by the Sociedade EntomolÃ³gica do Brasil. Â· International Editorial Board. The journal in its nature is unique because it targets scientists working in Neotropical zone (South and Central America, Mexico, Caribbean islands, and southern Florida). All these regions share a large number of plant and animal groups. The journal also accepts contributions of scientists from different regions of the world. Official Journal of the Sociedade EntomolÃ³gica do Brasil (SEB) Editor-in-Chief: Fernando LuÃs CÃ´nsoli, Universidade de SÃ£o Paulo-ESALQ, Piracicaba, SP, Brazil Publishes original basic and applied research on all fields of Entomology and Acarology A preferred forum for accessing information on the Neotropical Fauna Offers a diverse array of information for insects and mites, from systematics to pest management The best ranked Entomological journal from Latin America 100% of authors who answered a survey reported that they would definitely publish or probably publish in the journal again Neotropical Entomology is a bimonthly journal, edited by the Sociedade EntomolÃ³gica do Brasil (Entomological Society of Brazil) that publishes original articles produced by Brazilian and international experts in several subspecialties of entomology. These include bionomics, systematics, morphology, physiology, behavior, ecology, biological control, crop protection and acarology. The Forum section publishes, by invitation, extensive reviews and thought-provoking articles concerning contemporary issues in entomology.
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