Symposium: Interspecific analysis of evolutionary patterns
call closes when slots are filled
Phylogenetic comparative methods, and related methods that analyse trait evolution, are becoming much more widely used in the field of evolutionary ecology. However, examples in studies of insects up to now, compared to other taxa such as birds or mammals, are relatively rare and often not the focal point of such studies. Some researchers do now use these methods as a core aspect of their research and as the methods become more sophisticated and more insect phylogenies become available, the scene is set for answering a range of evolutionary ecological questions in entomology.
Journals participating in Peerage of Science
Available before, during and after the peer review process. All Select destinations have concurrent access to all ongoing peer review processes, and the right to make direct publishing offers to you. Note that journals may require additional in-house peer review.
Available only after the peer review process is complete. Submission to a Connect destination exports the process exclusively and cancels any existing offers from The Select destinations (the traditional "no simultaneous consideration" policy). However, you can cancel export later by exporting to another Connect destination, or by returning the process to full availability. Note that journals may require additional in-house peer review.
You can create a link to the peer review process and give it to editors of any journal of your choice in a traditional submission. Using the link is a free service for both you and the receiving journal.