Although the Impact Factor is not necessarily a true measure of a journal’s actual quality and significant changes of the JIF – whether positive or negative – may be caused by chance, we nevertheless proudly announce that in the 2017 Journal Citation Reports (released on 14 June 2017 by Clarivate™ Analytics, formerly Thomson Reuters, based on 2016 data), Odonatologica’s IF has increased from 0.521 (based on 2015 data) to 0.718. Please click on the image to enlarge it.
The app we are using to lock files is not updated to the latest WordPress version. Unfortunately this means that you can not access the latest volumes. If you are a subscriber and need any of the locked files, please contact Magnus.
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Subscribers will very soon get the latest issue in their mail. As soon as it is out, we will publish it here as well, downloadable for subscribers. If you are not a subscriber, you will have to wait for a couple of years until we make it available for everyone. You can however find the complete back catalogue of Odonatologica from the beginning all the way back from 1972 and up to 2010, and Notulae from 1978 to 2010, available for download for free here.
If you are a subscriber you should by now have received both the latest volume of Odonatologica and Notulae. They will both be uploaded to the website soon as well, for all subscribers to access.
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Man knows just one fifth of the nine million species of animal, plant, fungus and protist thought to inhabit our planet. Dragonflies and damselflies are regarded as well-known, however. Nevertheless in this latest issue of Odonatologica Klaas-Douwe B. Dijkstra, Jens Kipping & Nicolas Mézière describe 60 new species, the most to be named at once in 130 years, adding one to every twelve species known in Africa.
As you might already know, you have to be a subscriber of Odonatologica to receive the issues but for once we have made an exception and made a low resolution pdf available for download for anyone – for free here. To receive the coming issues and to be able to download the last five years volumes, you have to be a subscriber: see details here.
Subscribers of Odonatologica should have or will very shortly receive the latest issue(s). As soon as they are all away we will make them available for download on this site. If you are a subscriber and want to download any of the volumes from the last five years, please contact Magnus and he will give you a code to apply.
We still have the ambition to publish all previous volumes on the website, where the ones older than five years will be available for anyone to download. It takes some more time however before that will be accomplished, so thanks for your patience.