Harvard Papers in Botany publishes monographic and floristic accounts of plants and fungi, work on relevant topics such as economic and systematic botany, relevant bibliographies, and book reviews.
Haseltonia features articles on all aspects of cacti, succulents, and their environs. Topics include conservation, new species, taxonomic revisions, and chemical and cytological studies.
Herpetologica, founded in 1936 and published by the Herpetologists' League, contains original work on the biology of reptiles and amphibians. The journal covers topics including behavior, conservation, ecology, genetics, morphology, physiology, and taxonomy.
Herpetological Monographs acts as a supplement to Herpetologica, and contains research on the biology, diversity, systematics and evolution of amphibians and reptiles. It contains long research papers, manuscripts, and symposia.
Herzogia publishes research on the systematics, taxonomy, biogeography and ecology of bryophytes and lichens with mostly European distribution, though not exclusively. Articles are published in German and English.
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.