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Folia Zoologica

    Subtitle: Internaional Journal of Vertebrate Zoology
    Sort Title: Folia Zoologica
    Title Abbreviation: Folia Zool.
    Society's Journal Web Page: http://www.ivb.cz/pubser_en.htm
    Online Access: Open access to some volumes
    Language: English
    Language for Abstracts: English
    Geographic Scope: International
    Type: Journal
    Status: Active
    Start Year: 1977
    Frequency: Four times per year
    Impact Factor: 0.724
    Impact Factor Year: 2015
    ISSN: 0139-7893
    LCCN: 77643598
    Indexed By: SCOPUS
    http://www.ivb.cz/folia/pdf_obsah.htm 51–current (2002–present) Institute of Vertebrate Biology ASCR

An international journal for all fields of vertebrate zoology.


Folia Zoologica publishes articles containing original insight into various aspects of vertebrate zoology that are not published and not under consideration for publication elsewhere. The journal welcomes significant papers presenting new and original data of more than regional significance. Studies testing explicitly formulated hypotheses are preferred to those presenting primarily descriptive results. Review papers are particularly welcomed and should deal with topics of general interest or of current importance, being synthetic rather than comprehensive in emphasis.


The journal is published quarterly and one volume usually consists of four issues. However, additional issues can be published occasionally.


Folia Zoologica is a continuation of the periodical Entomologické Listy (Folia Entomologica, 1938-1951, volumes 1‑14), Zoologické a Entomologické Listy (Folia Zoologica and Entomologica, 1952-1955, volumes 1-4, n.s.) and Zoologické Listy (Folia Zoologica, 1956-1976, volumes 5-25).


The first volume under is name is volume 26.


Full papers published in Folia Zoologica are available on http://www.ivb.cz/pubser_en.htm one year after publishing articles. Folia Zoologica is indexed by CAB Abstracts, Elsevier Bibliographic Databases incl. Scopus, Web of Knowledge by Thomson Reuters and NISC Bibliographic databases. Contents are distributed by EBSCO Publishing.

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