Archiv für Molluskenkunde
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An International Journal of Malacology, edited by the Senckenberg Nature Research Society (SGN), Frankfurt am Main.
Journal of the Deutsche Malakozoologische Gesellschaft.
Archiv für Molluskenkunde preferably publishes papers on systematics,
taxonomy, phylogeny, morphology of molluscs. Contributions on fossil cenozoic molluscs as well as on molluscan ecology and biogeography are welcome as well. However, articles on physiology, parasitology, regional faunistics or those on non-cenozoic fossils or biostratigraphy should be submitted elsewhere.
Archiv für Molluskenkunde is an international peer-reviewed journal. It is published in two issues per annum (= one volume), being published in the second and fourth quarter, containing approximately 300 pages/year.
There are no page charges for authors except when the necessary efforts for preparation for print exceed the average significantly (e.g., extremely long manuscripts, colour plates or too many b&w plates). There are 25 free offprints per contribution.
Manuscripts must be prepared in acordance with the Guidelines for Authors and should be submitted digitally to the editor-in-chief.
Online version available here!
Impact Factor: 1.087 (2015), Journal Citation Reports®, Thomson Reuters
Articles published in Archiv für Molluskenkunde are indexed in:
•Aquaculture and Fisheries Resources · •Aquatic Biology · •Aquatic Science and Fisheries · •Biological Abstracts •· Biosis preview •· CAB Abstracts · •Fish and Fisheries Worldwide •· GEOBASE •· Science Citation Index-Expanded (SCIE) · •Scopus •· Ulrich's Periodicals Directory · •Zoological Record
The current issue of Archiv für Molluskenkunde is vol.: 145 (1), published 30th June 2016
|Miquel, S. E. & Cerdeño, E.: First record of the Chilean gastropod Chiliborus in the Oligocene of Mendoza (Argentina) (Gastropoda Pulmonata: Strophocheilidae)
|Esu, D. & Girotti, O.: New Plio-Pleistocene freshwater gastropods from Tuscany and Umbria, with comments about confined Neogene-Quaternary basins of Central Italy (Gastropoda: Viviparidae, Hydrobiidae)
|Harzhauser, M., Mandic, O., Büyükmeriç, Y., Neubauer, T. A., Kadolsky, D. & Landau, B. M.: A Rupelian mangrove swamp mollusc fauna from the Thrace Basin in Turkey
|Salvador, R. B., Cavallari, D. C. & Simone, L. R. L.: Taxonomical study on a sample of land snails from Alto Ribeira State Park (São Paulo, Brazil), with description of a new species
|Rowson, B. & Herbert, D. G.: The type species and circumscription of the species-rich Afrotropical snail genus Gulella L. Pfeiffer 1856, based on anatomical and mtDNA data (Mollusca: Eupulmonata: Streptaxidae)
|Subai, P. & Neubert, E.: Revision of the Ariantinae. 4. The genus Faustina Kobelt 1904 (Gastropoda: Pulmonata: Helicidae)
|Salvador, R. B. & Rasser, M. W.: Fossil land and freshwater gastropods from the Middle Miocene of Bechingen and Daugendorf, southwestern Germany
|Nordsieck, H.: Three remarkable fossil Helicoidea species (Gastropoda: Stylommatophora)