Celebration time: ZooKeys releases its 600th issue

  • June 22, 2016
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    With what already sounds like an annual tradition at this time of the year, we are delighted to announce yet another milestone that ZooKeys just reached. Our 600th issue is now out and we are just as proud with it as we were exactly five years and a month ago, when we printed out our […]

    Critically Endangered and ancient Himalayan wolf needs global conservation attention

  • April 25, 2016
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    Although the Himalayan wolf is visibly distinct from its European cousin, its current distribution has mostly been a matter of assumption, rather than evident truth. The most ancient wolf lineage, known to science, has been listed as Critically Endangered in the National Red List. Now, an international research team, led by Madhu Chetri, graduate student […]

    The lizard of consistency: New iguana species which sticks to its colors found in Chile

  • January 21, 2016
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    During a field trip at 3000 metres above sea level, a group of scientists, led by Jaime Troncoso-Palacios, Universidad de Chile, discovered a new endemic iguana species, in the mountains of central Chile, scientists. Noticeably different in size and scalation, compared to the rest of the local lizards, what initially grabbed the biologists’ attention was […]