Fragmenta Faunistica - Abstracts vol.43, 2000 (supplement)
Progress in Studies on Myriapoda and Onychophora
Fragmenta faunistica, Supplement to Vol. 43
Edited by J. Wytwer and S. Golovatch Proceedings of the 11th International Congress of Myriapodology, 20-24 July 1999, Białowieża, Poland
The present volume puts on record the bulk, i.e. 33 papers by 52 authors from 19 countries, of the contributions delivered at the 11th International Congress of Myriapodology, held at Białowieża, Poland on 20-24 July 1999. This book is a milestone of recent progress achieved in research on Myriapoda and Onychophora, with the papers distributed between the following general topics:
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Fragmenta Faunistica - Editors
Museum and Institute of Zoology
Polish Academy of Sciences
Wilcza 64, 00-679 Warszawa, Poland
Editor in Chief:
Ewa Durska, Joanna Mazgajska, Wioletta Wawer
Józef Banaszak (Bydgoszcz, Poland)
Theo Blick (Hummeltal, Germany)
Sergey A. Belokobylskij (St. Petersburg, Russia)
Wiesław Bogdanowicz (Warszawa, Poland)
Thomas Bolger (Dublin, Ireland)
Jarosław Buszko (Toruń, Poland)
Adam Byk (Warszawa, Poland)
Wojciech Czechowski (Warszawa, Poland)
R. Henry L. Disney (Cambridge, UK)
Sergei Golovatch (Moscow, Russia)
Tomáš Lackner (Munich, Germany)
Abraham A. Mabelis (Wageningen, the Netherlands)
Wojciech Niedbała (Poznań, Poland)
Masahiro Ôhara (Sapporo, Japan)
Gilmar Perbiche-Neves (São Carlos, Brasil)
Václav Pižl (České Budéjovice, the Czech Republic)
Maria Sterzyńska (Warszawa, Poland)
Ryszard Szadziewski (Gdańsk, Poland)
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An International Journal of Faunology
Fragmenta Faunistica is an international, semiannual journal published by the Museum and Institute of Zoology of the Polish Academy of Sciences. The journal, first published in 1930, appeared under the title Fragmenta Faunistica Musei Zoologici Polonici until 1953. Now, it is a peer reviewed, open accessjournal, publishing the papers devoted to fauna – its differentiation, distribution and transformations. Faunology, which quantitatively examines the dynamics and structure of faunistic complexes is the main object. The journal publishes the results of original studies, review articles and syntheses dealing with faunology and with related sciences such as zoogeography, zoocoenology or taxonomy.
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