Acta Palaeontologica Polonica, founded in 1956, publishes research of general interest from all areas of paleontology, particularly biologically-oriented paleontological work.
Australian Journal of Zoology publishes papers and critical reviews that demonstrate a conceptual advance to any aspect of zoology. This journal is focused on Australasian fauna, but includes work from regions worldwide.
Australian Systematic Botany is devoted to publishing research regarding the systematics, taxonomy, and related aspects of biogeography and evolution of all algae, fungi and plants, including fossils.
Breviora contains short papers on systematics, evolutionary biology, ecology, and other aspects of organismal and comparative biology, specifically based on specimens held in the Harvard University’s Museum of Comparative Zoology’s collections.
Brittonia, published since 1931, contains work in systematic botany, including anatomy, botanical history, chemotaxonomy, morphology, paleobotany, phylogenetic systematics, taxonomy, and phytogeography.
Bulletin of Carnegie Museum of Natural History publishes monographs and collections of papers from symposia related to the Museum's collections, Powdermill Nature Reserve, or to Carnegie personnel.
Bulletin of the American Museum of Natural History has been published continuously since 1881. It contains new discoveries in the field of natural sciences relating to zoology, paleontology, and geology.
Bulletin of the Biological Society of Washington contains larger biological studies that bear on systematics in the biological sciences, symposia proceedings, and special collections of studies.
Bulletin of the Museum of Comparative Zoology contains longer papers on systematics, evolutionary biology, ecology, and other aspects of organismal and comparative biology, specifically based on specimens held in the Museum's collections.
Copeia was founded in 1913 and publishes work on the biology of fishes, amphibians, and reptiles, or work using those organisms as models for testing hypotheses of broad significance.
Fieldiana Life and Earth Sciences was a monographic series from the Field Museum of Natural History, published through 2017. The series focused on work pertaining to its collections and research in botany, geology and zoology.
The Journal of Eukaryotic Microbiology, published since 1954, contains work on protists, including lower algae and fungi. It covers all aspects of these organisms, including their behavior, genetics, and other topics.
Journal of Orthoptera Research, published by the Orthopterists Society, contains work on the insect Order Orthoptera (and relatives Blattodea, Mantodea, Phasmodea, and Grylloblatodea). The journal features research on a variety of topics, include Orthoptera behavior, cytology, and ecology.
Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology publishes original contributions on all aspects of vertebrate paleontology, including vertebrate origins, evolution, functional morphology, and other topics.
Paleobiology publishes work on any aspect of biological paleontology. Emphasis is placed on biological or paleobiological processes and patterns, including macroevolution, extinction, and diversification.
Palynology, published by The Palynological Society, contains both novel and traditional work on the science of organic microfossils and their modern counterparts, and includes research on all palynomorph groups and geological ages.
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.
Systematic Botany, published by the American Society of Plant Taxonomists, publishes papers on botanical topics such as taxonomy, systematics, speciation, morphometrics, molecular phylogeny, conservation, biogeography, and methods.
Tree Ring Research, published since 1934, contains work on the growth rings of trees and the applications of tree-ring research in a wide variety of fields, including archaeology, geology, and ecology.
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.