Adansonia is a fast-track journal from the French Museum of Natural History, Paris, concerning the inventory, analysis, and interpretation of vascular plant biodiversity. The journal publishes research in French and English.
Advances in Applied Biodiversity Science, published by Conservation International through 2007, was a monograph series that addressed topical issues in conservation science, such as bushmeat hunting, infrastructure development, and climate change.
African Journal of Wildlife Research is a multidisciplinary journal that has been published since 1971 and covers the scientific, applied, managerial, methodological, and sociological issues related to wildlife research.
African Zoology publishes original scientific contributions and critical reviews that focus principally on African fauna in terrestrial, freshwater, and marine ecosystems.
The American Midland Naturalist was established in 1909. Today, the journal covers a diverse set of biological disciplines (animal sciences, plant sciences, ecology) as they pertain to North America.
American Museum Novitates has been continuously published by the American Museum of History since 1921. This title publishes short papers that contain descriptions of new forms and reports in zoology, paleontology, and geology.
Annales Zoologici Fennici publishes original research reports, in-depth reviews, and commentary on all aspects of animal ecology, evolution, and related fields.
Annals of the Entomological Society of America contains work that integrates different areas of insect biology and addresses current, pressing issues that are likely to be of broad relevance to entomologists.
Anthropozoologica is a fast-track, interdisciplinary journal from the French Museum of Natural History, Paris, containing work on the deep relationship between man and animal from our origins to modern times. Articles are published in French and English.
BIOS is the journal of the Beta Beta Beta Biological Honor Society, and began publication in 1930. This journal is focused on topics of general interest to biologists, and emphasizes publication of undergraduate papers.
BioScience publishes topical overviews and articles covering current research and issues in biology, written by experts for a broad variety of audiences. The journal includes content dedicated to policy, education, and professional development.
Biotropica publishes original research and communications specific to the ecology, conservation, and management of all tropical ecosystems, and on the evolution, behavior, and population biology of tropical organisms.
Cactus and Succulent Journal features articles about cacti and other succulent plants, including caudiciform and pachycaul succulents and xerophytes, and is meant for professionals and hobbyists alike.
The Canadian Entomologist, published since 1868, contains work on all facets of entomology, such as systematics and morphology, molecular and developmental biology, ecology and behavior, and biodiversity.
Caribbean Journal of Science is dedicated to publishing research specific to the Caribbean region. The journal focuses on botany, zoology, ecology, conservation biology/management, geology, archaeology, and paleontology.
Chelonian Conservation and Biology publishes research regarding the conservation and biology of all chelonians, including freshwater turtles, marine turtles, and tortoises.
Ecoscience is a multidisciplinary journal that publishes ecological research on patterns and processes at various temporal and spatial scales and at different levels of biological organization.
Edentata is dedicated to publishing work on the taxonomy, systematics, genetics, biogeography, ecology, conservation, behavior, and health of the of the anteater, sloth, and armadillo species.
Evolution, published since 1947 by the Society for the Study of Evolution, contains work that extends our understanding of evolutionary phenomena and processes, as well as integrative work with various related fields of science concerned with evolution.
Fieldiana Anthropology was a monographic series from the Field Museum of Natural History, published through 2017. The series focused on monographs pertaining to its anthropological collections and research.
Freshwater Science publishes articles related to the understanding and environmental stewardship of all types of inland aquatic ecosystems and ecosystems at the interface between aquatic and terrestrial habitats.
Human Biology, founded in 1929, is focused on increasing the understanding of human biological variation from an interdisciplinary standpoint, pulling heavily from anthropological and biological disciplines.
Journal of Coastal Conservation publishes theoretical and applied interdisciplinary research on integrated and sustainable management of the terrestrial, coastal, and marine environmental interface.
Journal of East African Natural History, founded in 1910, publishes papers and notes in the field of natural history relevant to the eastern African region, particularly regarding the conservation of its biological diversity.
Journal of Wildlife Management publishes work on basic wildlife science, including investigations into the biology/ecology of wildlife that has implications for wildlife management and conservation.
Madroño publishes work on the natural history of Western American botanical organisms and vegetation, including those of Mexico, Central America, and South America. Articles are published in English and Spanish.
Mammal Study, published by the Mammal Society of Japan, contains original articles, rapid communications, and reviews on all aspects of mammalogy, and is particularly interested in the study of the mammals of Asia.
Mammalian Species publishes 15-35 individual species accounts each year. Each account summarizes the current understanding of the biology of an individual species including systematics, distribution, fossil history, and genetics.
Monographs of the Western North American Naturalist publishes work on the biological natural history of western North America. Typically these articles are longer than those in the associated journal, Western North American Naturalist.
Neotropical Primates publishes short research articles and field reports on the biology and conservation of New World monkeys for an audience of field researchers, conservationists, and captive-care professionals.
Northeastern Naturalist publishes natural history research related to all aspects of the biology and ecology of the organisms and environments of northeastern North America.
Paleobiology publishes work on any aspect of biological paleontology. Emphasis is placed on biological or paleobiological processes and patterns, including macroevolution, extinction, and diversification.
Polish Journal of Ecology publishes work on all aspects of ecology: both fundamental and applied, physiological ecology, ecology of population, community, ecosystem, landscape, and global ecology.
Politics and the Life Sciences publishes work on the intersection of political science and the life sciences, and embraces interdisciplinary approaches to address this intersection in innovative ways.
Primate Conservation publishes conservation research on primate species, including status surveys and studies on distribution, which are a fundamental component of conservation endeavor.
Proceedings of the Academy of Natural Sciences, published since 1841, contains papers in the areas of systematics, taxonomy, evolution, biogeography, and ecology, as well as occasional historical reviews.
Proceedings of the Biological Society of Washington contains papers that broadly bear on systematics in the biological sciences (botany, zoology, and paleontology) and notices of Society business.
RAP Bulletin of Biological Assessment contains biological information gathered on RAP expeditions to provide conservation professionals with the data they need to catalyze action and improve biodiversity protection.
South American Journal of Herpetology, published by the Brazilian Society of Herpetology, publishes work related to the biology of amphibians and reptiles, including theoretical, descriptive, comparative, inferential, and experimental studies and taxa from anywhere in the world.
Southeastern Naturalist publishes natural history research related to all aspects of the biology and ecology of the organisms and environments of the southeastern portion of North America.
The Southwestern Naturalist, founded in 1953, publishes natural history research, particularly on the study of the biota found in the region that includes the southwestern United States, Mexico, and Central America.
Transactions of the Kansas Academy of Science publishes multidisciplinary work on the biological, cultural, and physical sciences, math and computer science, history and philosophy of science, and science education.
Western North American Naturalist publishes research on the biological natural history of western North America. Its associated journal, Monographs of the Western North American Naturalist, publishes longer articles on the same theme.
Wildlife Biology publishes original papers from all areas of wildlife science, with the primary focus of enhancing wildlife management practices, from both an ecological and human standpoint.
Wildlife Research is a forum for research and debate on the ecology, management and conservation of wild animals in natural and modified habitats, aimed at using scientific research to improve wildlife management practices.
Wildlife Society Bulletin publishes content that merges scientific research with management and conservation to cover issues facing contemporary wildlife management practitioners, such as policy and education.
Zoosystema is a fast-track journal from the French Museum of Natural History, Paris, devoted to the inventory, analysis and interpretation of animal biodiversity. Articles are published in French and English.