Journal of Insect Biodiversity

Journal of Insect Biodiversity (JIB) is an international, peer reviewed, open access scientific journal. The Journal of Insect Biodiversity is dedicated to publishing high quality novel scientific data on insect biodiversity. It electronically publishes research articles, scientific notes and review articles. It is managed by the Insect Biodiversity Research Group through the e-journal system.

Aims of this journal are to share and disseminate novel scientific information on the discovery, description and conservation of insect diversity. The core scope of journal includes insect taxonomy & nomenclature, insect systematics & phylogeny, insect morphology, insect diversity, insect biogeography, insect conservation, beneficial insects, invasive insects and insect ecology. The inclusion of high-resolution colour digital photographs taken in nature or under a microscope is encouraged.

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Vol 6, No 1 (2018)

THE GENUS IVALIA JACOBY 1887 (COLEOPTERA: CHRYSOMELIDAE: GALERUCINAE: ALTICINI) OF THE MOUNT KINABALU, SABAH, MALAYSIA

Haruo Takizawa,  Alexander S. Konstantinov

Research Article: pages: 1–23; references: 9; figure plates: 11.   http://dx.doi.org/10.12976/jib/2018.6.1

received: 31 October 2017; accepted: 16 December 2017; published: 01 January 2018

Table of Contents

Research Article

The genus Ivalia Jacoby 1887 (Coleoptera: Chrysomelidae: Galerucinae: Alticini) of the mount Kinabalu, Sabah, Malaysia PDF
Haruo Takizawa, Alexander S. Konstantinov 1-23


           

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