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Economic Botany

Economic Botany bridges the gap between pure and applied botany by publishing interdisciplinary work on the rich relationship that exists between plants and people, including the past, present, and potential uses of plants.

Ecoscience

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
Open Access

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.

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Entomologica Americana

Entomologica Americana publishes original entomological research on the taxonomy, classification, phylogeny biogeography, behavior, and natural history of insects and other arthropod taxa.

Entomological News

Entomological News publishes entomological manuscripts on taxonomic revisions, phylogenetics, biogeography and faunistics, and descriptive morphology of insects and terrestrial arthropods.

Environmental Entomology

Environmental Entomology publishes reports on the interaction of insects with the biological, chemical, and physical aspects of their environment, as well as relevant book reviews, interpretive articles, and Letters to the Editor.

Evansia

Evansia publishes a wide variety of research focused on the biological, environmental, and economic issues surrounding lichens and bryophytes, with a heavy focus on issues in North America.

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Evolution

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.

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