Acta entomologica musei nationalis Pragae

ISSN (online): 1804–6487
ISSN (print): 0374–1036

Publisher: National museum, Czech Republic

Impact Factor (2023): 0.9 (Q3)

An open access journal publishing papers on insect systematics, morphology of adult and immature stages and/or their biology, phylogeny, large-scale catalogues, and general papers on methodology of insect systematics

Manuscripts are reviewed by two peer reviewers. The journal has two printed issues per year, on-line PDFs are published continuously throughout the year.

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Chandler Peter J.Notopeza, a new genus of Platypezidae (Diptera) from ChileListon Andrew, Noblecourt ThierryA new species of Acantholyda (Hymenoptera: Pamphiliidae) from Lebanon, associated with Cedrus libani (Pinaceae)Le Thi Phuong Linh, Tran Anh Duc, Nguyen NyguyetMarine bugs (Hemiptera: Heteroptera: Gerromorpha) from Vietnam, with description of a new species of Hermatobates (Hermatobatidae)Wang Ji-Shen, Zhao Can-JunTaxonomy of the Panorpa issikiana species group, with descriptions of twenty new species (Mecoptera: Panorpidae)Zheng Yuchen, Li Xuankun, Yao Gang, Liu XingyueMyrmeleon shalulianus sp. nov. (Neuroptera: Myrmeleontidae), and the first record of Taiwanon bee fly (Diptera: Bombyliidae) on Myrmeleon trigonois in China

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Sugaya Kazuki, Kakizoe Showtaro, Ooka Sohei, Tamura Hisao, Sone ShinzaburoDiscovery of a troglomorphic trechine beetle from the Ryukyu Archipelago, Southwestern Japan (Coleoptera: Carabidae: Trechinae)Kasalo Niko, Yong Sheyla, Rebrina Fran, Skejo JosipDefinition of the tribe Metrodorini (Orthoptera: Tetrigidae) with notes on biogeography and evolution of Metrodorinae and CladonotinaeKasalo Niko, Buzzetti Filippo Maria, Stancher Gionata, Cambra Roberto A., Skejo JosipContribution to the knowledge of Batrachideini (Orthoptera: Tetrigidae): description of two new flightless genera, Naskreckiana and Procellator, and revision of the status of Eotetrix

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Acta Entomologica is celebrating 100 years!!!

The journal was established in 1923 thanks to the funding donated by F. A. Nickerl and O. Nickerl, who also donated their large insect collections to the freshly established entomological collection of the National Museum.