Papers within the broad designation of systematics have figured prominently in the pages of the Journal of Crustacean Biology in its first 30 years. The journal has had great continuity in its editorial policies and practices, having had only three General Editors in 30 years. Not only has the journal published taxonomic material, but also made available material in a variety of subjects that impinge on understanding the evolution and phylogeny of crustaceans, including cladistic phylogeny, biogeography, comparative anatomy, and issues of natural history. An overview of some highlights from the first 30 volumes of the journal is presented; some prognostications for the future are offered.
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Vol. 30 • No. 4