About the Journal
Australian Systematic Botany is an international journal devoted to the systematics, taxonomy, and related aspects of biogeography and evolution of all algae, fungi and plants, including fossils. Descriptive taxonomic papers should normally constitute a comprehensive treatment of a group. Short papers on individual species and nomenclatural papers must contain significant new information of broader interest to be considered. The prestigious L.A.S. Johnson Review Series is published. Other review articles will also be considered. All papers are peer reviewed.
Australian Systematic Botany is pleased to offer an annual Student Prize
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Frequency: 6 issues per year
Current Issue: Volume 30 (5 & 6)
Impact Factor: 0.750
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