News

19 March 2019

Reorganisation of the website of the journal

The journal site was reorganised, whereby each article is now presented on its own page having a unique web address (URL) and contains the main set of data about the publication: title, author(s), abstract, keywords, the output data of the article, date of publication, DOI, link to the full text of the article, additional electronic materials (if available) and references. Digital Object Identifiers (DOIs) are associated with these unique page addresses. Currently, work to assign DOIs to articles of the archive issues of the journal is underway.


Also website sections and pages were optimised in accordance with the standards of the Open Graph protocol. This implies a special internal markup of pages to ensure full integration of website content with various commonly used and specialised social networks, search services, correct display of content and citation in them.

 

26 December 2018

Online publication and a new format of the journal

Starting from the 54th issue (2018), articles of Zoosystematica Rossica are published online in a new, larger format. All articles are registered in the Official Register of Zoological Nomenclature (ZooBank) and archived in the Zenodo digital repository. Nomenclature acts become valid from the moment when the article that contains them is published online.


The published online articles of each volume, as before, are completed in two issues, published on paper twice a year. In accordance with the change in the format and mode of publication, the rules for authors have been also changed; they are available in the corresponding section of the journal website.

 

31 May 2018

A new Supplement to the Journal was published

Zoosystematica Rossica opens the 2018 publishing year with the publication of a monograph by I.A. Gavrilov-Zimin “Ontogenesis, morphology and higher classification of archaeococcids (Homoptera: Coccinea: Orthezioidea)” as the separate Supplement. The monograph includes original and literature data on the reproductive biology, life cycles, individual development and morphology of coccids from the superfamily Orthezioidea (archaeococcids) and, in part, other coccids and related insect groups. New genera and species of the giant scale insects (Margarodidae s. l.) are described and illustrated on the basis of material from the Oriental region. The book is published in a hardcover, includes 260 pages in A4 format, 43 color photographs and 123 drawings, of which 88 were prepared by the author specifically for this edition.