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Ameghiniana has been in continuous publication since 1957.The journal publishes research in French and English.Advances in Applied Biodiversity Science, published by Conservation International through 2007, was a monograph series that addressed topical issues in conservation science, such as bushmeat hunting, infrastructure development, and climate change.This title publishes short papers that contain descriptions of new forms and reports in zoology, paleontology, and geology.Annales Botanici Fennici publishes research in systematics, evolution, phylogeography, taxonomy and nomenclature of plants and fungi.

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