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Species extinction doesn’t only happen in Amazonia and Borneo!

While the return of the wolf or the reintroduction of the Pyrenees ibex could suggest a resurgence of wildlife, works about less emblematic organisms remind us that a biodiversity crisis is

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Fossil Crustacea of Lebanon

published on 28 July 2017

Sylvain CHARBONNIER, Denis AUDO, Alessandro GARASSINO & Matúš HYŽNÝ
 

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EJT: 1000 species and beyond!

The European Journal of Taxonomy is thrilled to announce the publication of the journal’s 1000th new species

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Naturae, the new scientific and technical journal for the knowledge and French conservation of biodiversity and geodiversity

On February 15th, we are launching Naturae, the new scientific and technical journal for the knowledge and French conservation of biodiversity and geodiversity.

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EJT publishes the “DNA Library of Life” this February!

From Monday January 30th 2017, the European Journal of Taxonomy will publish in rapid sequence a series of 20 papers for the “DNA Library of Life” collection.

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We are very pleased to join the Biodiversity Heritage Library

The Muséum national d’Histoire naturelle (MNHN) is pleased to join the Biodiversity Heritage Library (BHL) as a new member.

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Museum sciencepress now on Twitter!

Sciencepress of the Muséum national d'Histoire naturelle, Paris, are now on Twitter:

https://twitter.com/Publi_MNHN

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A new species of reef crab named in honour of Prince Albert II of Monaco

Actaea grimaldii Ng & Bouchet, 2015, discovered during the Papua Niugini Expedition, has been described in the European Journal of Taxonomy.

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