Bulletin of the Irish Biogeographical Society
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The Bulletin of the Irish Biogeographical Society (ISSN 0332-1185, OCLC 14151931) publishes many scientific papers on entomology and also entomological catalogues as Occasional Supplements . A full indexed list is provided on the website.
The Irish Biogeographical Society was founded in 1975. It encourages the study of Irish biodiversity especially the distribution of the plants and animals. The Society is also interested in the biogeographical implications of colonization and history. From its inception, the Society has published the annual Bulletin. In 2007, the thirty-first issue was produced. The series now contains an impressive data-base including information on biota outside Ireland. In 1986, a series of Occasional Publications was initiated. The tenth volume appeared in 2007. The Occasional Publications provide a useful means of publishing the proceedings of conferences or large articles on particular groups. In 2005, another series (Macro Series) was established and it is suitable for major checklists and bibliographies. Two titles, First Supplement to A Bibliography of Irish Entomology and An Annotated Checklist of the Irish Butterflies and Moths (Lepidoptera), have now appeared in the new series.
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