New species of millipede named after EJT and CETAF


EJT vol 445 contains installment 7 of Henrik Enghoff’s monographic work “A mountain of millipedes”, which describes the (mostly endemic) millipede fauna of the Udzungwa Mountains in East Africa. In this 7th part, the author describes 22 new species of the genus Eviulisoma Silvestri, 1910 from the Eastern Arc Mountains (Tanzania).

One of these species is rather special to our journal, as Enghoff has dedicated it to EJT itself: Eviulisoma ejti sp. nov.!! 

Posted: 2018-06-19 More...

Zoological Research Museum Alexander Koenig (Bonn, Germany) joins the EJT consortium

The EJT consortium proudly welcomes the Zoologische Forschungsmuseum Alexander Koenig (ZFMK, Bonn, Germany) as its newest member. This happy event adds Germany to the ever-growing team of countries that support the European Journal of Taxonomy, which now consists of 9 institutes from 6 European countries.  
Posted: 2018-05-23 More...

EJT issue 400 is published online!

Today, 1 February 2018, EJT published issue 400 – a fine monograph on the bees of the West Indies – and this 6 years and 5 months after the publication of the journal's very first article.  
Posted: 2018-02-01 More...

EJT: 1000 species and beyond!

The European Journal of Taxonomy has published its 1000th new species: Pristimantis boucephalus sp. nov. in EJT issue 325. This minute species of Amphibia, described by Lehr et al. from Peru, measures less than 15 mm and has been nicknamed the “Bigheaded Rubber Frog”.  
Posted: 2017-06-02 More...

EJT welcomes two new members to the consortium

The EJT consortium is happy and proud to welcome two new members, both from Madrid (Spain): the Museo Nacional de Ciencias Naturales and the Real Jardín Botánico. On April 24th, 2017, the EJT Steering Committee unanimously accepted the applications of both institutes and we heartily welcome these two new partners, who enlarge the consortium to 9 members representing 6 European countries.  
Posted: 2017-05-16 More...
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