Edited by Rebeca b. Rosengaus, Francis Gilbert, Bernard D. Roitberg and Sheena Cotter
Aims and Scope
Ecological Entomology publishes top-quality original research on the ecology of insects and related invertebrate taxa. Our aim is to publish papers that will be of considerable interest to the wide community of ecologists who are motivated by ecological or evolutionary theory. The suitability of a manuscript will usually be assessed within 5 days.
We publish full-length Original Articles as well as Reviews, Short Communications, Methods and Natural History papers. In Original Articles, we greatly prefer papers that test specific hypotheses and which have a high degree of novelty. All categories aim for innovative contributions that advance the subject of ecological entomology. Review articles are also welcomed but please contact one of the Editors before submitting your manuscript.
Please refer to our Author Guidelines and submission site for more information.
Where the content of the paper falls outside of the remit of the journal, we may recommend that authors submit their papers to one of our sister journals. For example, papers in pest management that do not test broader ecological theories may be more suited to Agricultural and Forest Entomology, and papers that focus primarily on examining patterns of insect distribution and diversity may be more suited to Insect Conservation and Diversity.
ecological entomology, arthropods, behavioural studies, behavioral studies, biodiversity, climate, ecology, entomology, field biology, insects, natural history, parasitoids, weather
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Contribution correspondence to:
Rebeca b. Rosengaus
Northeastern University, Dept. of Biology, 123 Mugar Building, 360 Huntingdon Ave, Boston MA 02115, USA
Professor of Ecology, School of Biology, University of Nottingham, University Park, Nottingham, NG7 2RD
Bernard D. Roitberg
Department of Biological Sciences, Simon Fraser University, 8888 University Drive, Burnaby, British Columbia, Canada V5A 1S6
School of Life Sciences, College of Science, University of Lincoln, Brayford Pool, Lincoln, Lincolnshire. LN6 7TS