The Euroasian Entomological Journal ("Evraziatskii Entomologicheskii Zhurnal") publishes original papers dealing with the Insect morphology, taxonomy, faunistics, zoogeography, phylogeny, evolution, ecology, physiology and other aspects of entomology.
1. The journal publishes papers written in Russian, English, German or French, but English is preferred. Diagnoses in the description of new taxa should definitely given by the Authors in English. Russian papers should include a brief English version (up to 2-3 doublespaced typewritten pages). English papers should include Russian abstracts only. All English translations are provided by authors, the Russian translations of English titles, abstracts and figure captions of the papers written by non-Russian authors can be provided by the editors.
2. The length of a manuscript is limited by the volume of an issue, although shorter articles (up to 20 typewritten pages, including figures) will be given preferential treatment. The text should be formatted with Times New Roman font, size 14, at one-and-a-half space. All pages should be numbered sequentially throughout.
3. Submission of manuscripts is in formats of IBM-compatible text processors. Electronic versions of manuscripts addressed to the editors: email@example.com and firstname.lastname@example.org.
4. Authors should strictly follow the last edition of the International Code of Zoological Nomenclature. A species mentioned in the text for the first time must be supplied with its author(s) and the year of publication (in brackets, if necessary). If the paper contains descriptions of new species-group taxa, the author(s) should indicate the museum where types (type series) are deposited together with the respective registration numbers of the type specimens. As depositoria, the Institute of Systematics and Ecology of Animals, Siberian Branch of Russian Academy of Sciences, Novosibirsk, Zoological Museum of the Moscow Lomonosov State University and/or the Zoological Institute of the Russian Academy of Sciences, St.-Petersburg, are preferable.
5. The journal follows certain semiological rules which the authors must respect. Generic and specific names should be typed in italic. Names of new taxa, synonyms, etc., should be concluded by sp.n., gen.n., syn.n. given bold.
6. All manuscripts will be reviewed by no less than two anonymous experts. The authors may suggest the names and addresses of potential reviewers. The author should send the emended manuscript within a month after receiving the reviews.
The manuscript sent to the editors should be arranged as follows:
- the title of the paper in two languages (the first one in the language of the paper);
- name(s) and address(es) of the author(s) in two languages; including e-mail;
- key words (maximum 8) in two languages;
- brief (up to 20 typewritten lines) abstract in two languages;
- brief English version (for Russian papers only);
- main part of the paper;
- tables (numbered with arabic numerals; with titles and signatures in two languages);
- figure captions in two languages on separate sheets. The Cyrillic names should be transliterated (romanized) using the following rules of substitution: э как e, ж - zh, х - kh, ц - ts, ч - ch, ш - sh, щ - shch, ю - yu, я - ya, ё - yo. The signs # and $ should be used as the words “male” and “female”.
Illustrations. Line drawings, maps, graphs and photographs are designated as "Fig(s)" in the English texts and as "Рис." in the Russian ones. All figures should be completely ready for publication. All figures should be submitted as raster or vector, Grayscale or RGB images. Each drawing, photo, or plate of photos should be saved as a separate TIFF, or CDR file, with resolution of 1200 dpi (bitmap) or 600 dpi (Grayscale, RGB). Illustrations are designated as "Fig(s)" in the English texts and as "Рис." in the Russian ones. They must be numbered in a sequential order according to the sequence of references in the text. If a figure consists of several parts, they should be lettered in small Latin letters. The maximal size of line drawings and photographs is 20 x 28 cm. Illustrations can be returned to the author(s) after publication at request.
Abbreviations. All abbreviations should be explained in the Materials and methods section. Abbreviations in the tables and illustrations should be explained in the captions.
References. All references should be given in square brackets like [Kryzhanovsky, 1998]. For the English manuscripts, titles of Russian papers (or other papers using non-Latinized alphabets) should be translated while the titles of Russian journals or books of collected papers should be transliterated (e.g. Trudy Zoologicheskogo Instituta AN SSSR), original language should be indicated in square brackets. Journal titles remain unabbreviated unless international. In an English text, the references to the papers published in Russian should be transliterated into Latin letters. A paper with more than two authors is cited as [Davis et al., 2013].
Volumes and numbers of the journals are to be indicated in the language of publication, e.g. Bd. (Band), T. (Tome, Tomus), Vol. (Volume), H. (Heft), Fasc. (Fascicle), etc.
Example of a list of references: Belyshev B.F., Kharitonov A.Yu. 1981. [Geography of dragonflies (Odonata) from Boreal fauna kingdom]. Novosibirsk: Nauka. 278 p. [In Russian]
Bolshakov L.V. 2001. [Regional horology-ecological and nature protection analysis of the fauna of plume moths (Lepidoptera, Pterophoridae) of Tula region] // Byulleten Moskovskogo Obshchestva Ispytatelei Prirody. Otdel Biologicheskii. Vol.106. No.1. P.55-61. [In Russian]
Chevrizov B.P. 1979. [A brief key to the harvest–spiders (Opiliones) of the European territory of the USSR] // Balashov Yu.S. (ed.): Fauna i ekologiya paukoobraznykh. Trudy Zoologicheskogo Instituta AN SSSR. Vol.85. P.4-27. [In Russian]
Crowson R.A. 1955. The natural classification of the families of Coleoptera. London: Nathaniel Lloyd & Co. 187 p.
Davis S.R., Engel M.S., Legalov A.A., Ren D. 2013. Weevils of the Yixian Formation, China (Coleoptera: Curculionoidea): Phylogenetic considerations and comparison with other Mesozoic faunas // Journal of Systematic Palaeontology. Vol.11.No.4. P.399-429.
Kryzhanovsky O.L. 1968a. [Objectivism and reality in higher taxonomic categories] // Zoologichesky Zhurnal. Vol.47. No.6. P.828-832. [In Russian]
Kryzhanovsky O.L. 1968b. [The volume of species and intraspecific systematics from a zoologist's viewpoint] // Zhurnal Obshchei Biologii. Vol.29. No.4. P.403-413. [In Russian]
Poinar G.O., Jr. 2009. Dominibrentus leptus, n. gen., n. sp. (Curculionoidea, Brentidae, Cyphagoginae, Dominibrentini, n. tribe), a straight snouted weevil in Dominican amber // Historical Biology. Vol.21. No.1. P.51-55.
Shodotova A.A. 2003. [Pyraloid moths (Lepidoptera, Pyraloidea) Buryatia]. Avtoreferat dissertatsii ... kandidata biloogicheskikh nauk. Novosibirsk. 23 p. [In Russian]
Zakharov I.A. 2001. [Sexual life ladybug] // Priroda. Vol.12. P.43-47. [In Russian]
Payment for publication in the Journal be charged. Color illustrations is published free of charge.