Tijdschrift voor Entomologie
– A journal of systematic and evolutionary entomology since 1857
The Tijdschrift voor Entomologie is a peer reviewed journal for systematic and evolutionary entomology. The journal welcomes submissions on taxonomy of insects, other hexapods, arachnids or myriapods, especially when placed in a broader evolutionary context. There is no geographical restriction.
Tijdschrift voor Entomologie has been published since 1857 in two issues annually by the Nederlandse Entomologische Vereniging (Netherlands Entomological Society), Amsterdam. It is only one of few entomological journals remaining, which retain the same name, and standing among such famous journals as the Annales de la Société Entomologique de France, the Deutsche Entomologische Zeitschrift, The Entomologist and the only slightly younger Entomologist’s Monthly Magazine.
In 150 years the journal has grown from a Society journal, largely written in Dutch, into an internationally recognized journal for systematic entomology. The 150th anniversary of the journal in 2007 was celebrated with a new design, as well as with a special second issue, containing mini-reviews and historical information on the journal.
The contents of the journal can be searched through the searchable index to all volumes up to 2011. Digitally scanned pages of published content from 1857 (volume 1) up to 1997 (volume 140) are available through the Biodiversity Heritage Library and The Internet Archive. Papers from volume 141 up to two years prior to publication are available to NEV-members. Please login to access this part of the Brill-website. An excel file with the publication dates and pagination of volumes 1-150 is available here.
As of volume 155 (2012) the journal is published by Brill on behalf of the Nederlandse Entomologische Vereniging. For more information on submitting manuscripts and subscriptions, please consult the Brill website.