About the Journal
Australian Journal of Zoology is an international journal publishing contributions on evolutionary, molecular and comparative zoology. The journal focuses on Australasian fauna but also includes high-quality research from any region that has broader practical or theoretical relevance or that demonstrates a conceptual advance to any aspect of zoology. Subject areas include, but are not limited to: anatomy, physiology, molecular biology, genetics, reproductive biology, developmental biology, parasitology, morphology, behaviour, ecology, zoogeography, systematics and evolution.
Australian Journal of Zoology is a valuable resource for professional zoologists, research scientists, resource managers, environmental consultants, students and amateurs interested in any aspect of the scientific study of animals.
Australian Journal of Zoology is pleased to present the annual Best Student Paper Award, for the best student-authored original research publication in each volume of the journal.
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Frequency: 6 issues per year
Current Issue: Volume 65 (4)
Impact Factor: 0.766
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- Zoological Record
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