miesen_ et_al_bzb642
ahrensfabrizi_bzb65_1_2
aphyosemion_sonnenbergr
hemidactylus_wagnerp_2014
stryphnopteryx_pugaevf
monoleptoides_wagnert
shimonia_lehmann_i
gekko_roeslerh
wagner_wagnerp
ragas_sinclairbj
nchila_wagnerp
myosorey_kerbis
grebennikov_bzb642
ishnura_lambertzm
sandcat_sheikhl
scriptaphyosemion_sonnenbergr
coomaniella_jendek_e
zootoca_schmidtlerjf
tachinaephagus_petersr_2014
maxomys_pimsaiu_2014
alticini_nadeink
voeltzkowia_goncaloms
ahrensfabrizi_bzb65_1_22
pham_et_al2017
pham_et_al2017_2
bijagos_auliyam
cerroazul_lamberzm
rhinolophus_kerbis
lathrobium_assingv
archaeohomaloplia_ahrensd
scotopteryx_rajaeih
nazeris_assingv
wolfs_sheikhl
oenanthe_stiels
jenkinshutterer2017
schwergerrdder2017
schwergerrdder2017_2

 

The Bonn zoological Bulletin (BzB), formerly "Bonner zoologische Beiträge", is an international, peer-reviewed, open access journal publishing original research articles, reviews, and scientific notes dealing with organismal zoology.

Focus of the BzB are (1) taxonomy, (2) systematics and evolution, and (3) biodiversity and biogeography, all with respect to terrestrial animals. Terrestrial animals as understood here include those inhabiting fresh or brackish waters. Contributions from related fields like ecology, morphology, anatomy, physiology or behaviour are welcome when of clear relevance to the focus topics.

From 2012, a regular “Supplement Series” publishes comprehensive single papers, monographs and theme issues, in addition to the two annual volumes of BzB. The “Supplements Series” is the replacement of the “Bonner zoologische Monographien” (“Bonn zoological Monographs”), which had published monographic work since 1971. Thomes Wesener, curator for millipedes (Myriapoda) at ZFMK, manages the “Supplement Series”. For further information, please see the point “Supplements”.

 

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