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Symposium Proceedings will be published in the Zoological Journal of the Linnean Society (ZJLS), one of the most prestigious zoological journals in the World, published by the Linnean Society of London, one of the oldest scientific societies, and by the Oxford University Press, one of the most recognised scientific publishers on the planet.
Every participant (regardless of the purchased Symposium Package) will be given an opportunity to submit one manuscript to the Symposium Proceedings. Accepted articles will be published online free of charge. Moreover, the journal offers a paid Open Access option (the cost per article is 3564 USD / 2896 EUR / 2376 GBP; more information here). Finally, some countries and institutions have direct agreements with the Oxford University Press to cover the costs of Open Access publications for the authors (check here if your institution participates in this programme).
Participants who purchased the full () Symposium Package will also receive a printed copy of the Symposium Proceedings.
The extended (and final!) deadline for manuscript submission to the Zoological Journal of the Linnean Society is 30.11.2022.
The Symposium Proceedings will be edited by Łukasz Michalczyk, Kazuharu Arakawa and Vladimir Gross.
Every Symposium Participant may submit one manuscript as a submitting author (i.e. not necessarily as a corresponding author).
Please try to keep your manuscript as concise as possible, ideally try not to exceed 10k words in total (i.e. including tables, figure and table legends, as well as references).
Please read and carefully follow the Zoological Journal of the Linnean Society guidelines and requirements:
Once your manuscript is ready, please submit it via:
If this is your first submission to ZJLS, you will first need to set up your account using the same link as provided above.
No manuscripts will be accepted for consideration after the submission deadline, i.e. after 30.10.2022.
Please note that all submitted manuscripts will be subject to rigorous peer review, thus there is no guarantee of acceptance.