Opuscula Zoologica

Instituti Zoosystematici et Oecologici Universitatis Budapestinensis

 

 

 

 

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Tomus 36 (2005) 2007

Tomus 35 (2004) 2006

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Tomus 31 (1998)

Tomus 29-30 (1997)

Tomus 27-28 (1995)

Tomus 26 (1993)

Tomus 25 (1992)

Tomus 24 (1991)

Tomus 23 (1988)

Tomus 22 (1986)

Tomus 21 (1985)

Tomus 19-20 (1985)

Tomus 17-18 (1981)

Tomus 16 (1979)

Tomus 15 (1978)

Tomus 14 (1977)

Tomus 13 (1977)

Tomus 12 (1973)

Tomus 11 (1973)

Tomus 10(1), (2) (1970)

Tomus 9 (1), (2) (1969)

Tomus 8 (1), (2) (1968)

Tomus 7 (1), (2) (1967)

Tomus 6 (1), (2) (1966)

Tomus 5 (1), (2) (1965)

Tomus 4 (1), (1960) (2-4) (1962)

Tomus 3 (1), (2), ( 1959) (3-4) (1960)

Tomus 2 (1-2), (3),  (1957) (4) (1958)

Tomus 1 (1956)

 

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Editors:

 

Csaba Csuzdi

Árpád Berczik

 

Aims & scope:

The scientific periodical Opuscula Zoologica (Budapest) was founded in the year 1956 by three lecturer of the Department of  Systematic Zoology & Ecology, Eötvös Loránd University, Budapest namely István Andrássy, Árpád Berczik and György Kertész. The aim of the new zoological journal was to provide publication possibility for the Hungarian zoologists. Later the journal became international and from the 36th volume it has an international editorial board. At the beginning it was a quarterly and later a biannual periodical, however from the volume 11 it was published more or less annually. From volume 40 onward Opuscula Zoologica returned to biannual publication frequency with a summer and a winter issue.

The main scope of Opuscula Zoologica is hydrobiology and various aspects of soil zoology (i.e. biogeography, ecology and taxonomy of different soil animal groups). However papers from other field of zoology are also welcome.

Instructions for Authors (PDF)

Contact: opuscula-alef-opuscula.elte.hu, csuzdi01-alef-elte.hu

 

 

The publication is supported by the Hungarian Academy of Sciences

 

 

 

Editorial Advisory Board:

 

Robert J. Blakemore

Yokohama National University, Yokohama

  Krisztina Buczkó   Hungarian Natural History Museum, Budapest

Klára Dózsa-Farkas

Department of Systematic Zoology and Ecology ELTE University, Budapest

Volker Mahnert

Muséum d’histoire naturelle, Genève

  Tone Novak

 Department of Biology, Faculty of Natural Sciences and Mathematics, University of Maribor

Tomas Pavlíček

Institute of Evolution, University of Haifa

Victor V. Pop

Institute of Biological Research, Cluj

Friedrich Schiemer

Institute for Ecology and Conservation Biology, University of Vienna

  Josef Starý  Department of Soil Zoology and Soil Microstructure, Institute of Soil  Biology, Biology Centre AS CR, České Budějovice

Árpád Szentesi

Department of Systematic Zoology and Ecology ELTE University, Budapest

János Török

Department of Systematic Zoology and Ecology ELTE University, Budapest

András Zicsi

Systematic Zoology Research Group of Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Budapest

                                                                               

  The journal is archived in the Electronic Periodicals Archive & Database

of the National Széchényi Library

 

 
Databases:

                                                                                       DOAJ                                  

HU ISSN 2063-1588 (Online)

HU ISSN 0237-5419 (Print)