Announcements

Naturalis is a member of the EJT Consortium!

 
EJT is happy to announce that the NATURALIS Biodiversity Center (Leiden, The Netherlands) has become a full member of the EJT consortium. The Steering Committee of EJT unanimously approved NATURALIS’ application for membership at its meeting in Budapest on May 2nd, 2016. We wholeheartedly welcome NATURALIS in the EJT family!  
Posted: 2016-05-13 More...
 

Gavin Broad (NHM, London) is the new EJT Entomology Editor

 

The editorial team of the European Journal of Taxonomy is very happy to welcome a new member : Gavin Broad. Gavin is Senior Curator and Acting Head of the Insects Division at the Natural History Museum, London. Gavin Broad is the new Topical Editor of Entomology and is handling the review process of the Entomology submissions since January 2016.

 
Posted: 2016-02-17 More...
 

EJT is now a CETAF endorsed journal

 

The editorial team is pleased to announce that the European Journal of Taxonomy is now endorsed by the Consortium of European Taxonomic Facilities (CETAF), and can be officially termed a CETAF endorsed journal.

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Posted: 2016-02-03 More...
 

EJT ​2014 IMPACT FACTOR is 1.312!!

 
We are pleased to ​announce​ that​ the​ European Journal of Taxonomy ​has ​received its first impact factor in ​the ISI ​"Journal Citation Reports 2014" release, published by Thomson Reuters on ​June ​18th​,​ 2015.
We thank all EJT authors and referees for their continued support to our journal which has made this success possible.

On behalf of the EJT consortium

The editors and desk editors
European Journal of Taxonomy
 
Posted: 2015-07-02 More...
 

GIANT STICK INSECT, DESCRIBED IN EJT, IN ESF TOP 10 NEW SPECIES FOR 2015

 

Phryganistria tamdaoensis, one of the giant stick insects described by Joachim Bresseel and Jérôme Constant in no. 104 of the European Journal of Taxonomy, is in the Top 10 New Species for 2015 of College of Environmental Sciences and Forestry (ESF). The committee of ESF's International Institute for Species Exploration (IISE) selected this impressive species, 23 cm for the longest specimen, discovered in Tam Dao National Park in Vietnam. Living specimens can be observed in the vivarium of the Royal Belgian Institute of Natural Sciences in Brussels.

Bresseel J. & Constant J. 2014. Notes on the Giant Stick Insects from Vietnam and China with three new taxa including the second longest Insect known to date (Phasmatodea, Phasmatidae, Clitumninae, Pharnaciini). European Journal of Taxonomy 104 : 1–38. http://dx.doi.org/10.5852/ejt.2014.104
 
Posted: 2015-05-22
 
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