Invertebrate Systematics (formerly Invertebrate Taxonomy) publishes original and significant contributions on the systematics and phylogeny of invertebrates worldwide. Papers provide comprehensive or revisionary treatments of clearly defined taxonomic groups and contain information on the phylogeny, biogeography and/or other aspects of biodiversity and general biology of the group. Contributions on the systematics of selected species that are of conservation, economic, medical or veterinary importance may also be considered, if these aspects are substantially highlighted in the work. Short, general papers, pertinent to invertebrate systematic biology are encouraged on: methodology, theoretical systematics, cladistics, phylogeny, molecular biology and biogeography. Pivotal reviews of general invertebrate systematics, containing innovative data or overviews of current theories, are also actively sought.
Frequency: 6 issues per year
Current Issue: Volume 27 (2)
Impact Factor: 1.351 (2011)
This Journal was formerly known as Invertebrate Taxonomy