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African Journal of Wildlife Research covers the scientific, applied, managerial, methodological, and sociological issues related to wildlife research.

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A Taxonomic Reevaluation of the South American Myosotis Species Described by José Arechavaleta Novon

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BioOne VISTA – Genomics
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BioOne VISTA: Genomics

Discover current genomics research with May’s BioOne VISTA.

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2023 BioOne Ambassador Awards Nominee Research Collection

Explore research from early-career researchers nominated for the 2023 BioOne Ambassador Awards. All articles in this collection are free to read through June 15, 2023, with thanks to our participating publishers.

Browse the Nominee Research Collection

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ESA eBook Collection

BioOne is excited to extend our partnership with the Entomological Society of America (ESA) to deliver a collection of 160+ newly-digitized eBooks serving the educational, professional, and scientific needs of entomologists, zoologists, and researchers in related disciplines.

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Top and Trending Research – April 2023

We are proud to spotlight content from some of BioOne’s publishing partners including the Bulletin of the British Ornithologists' Club, Entomologica Americana, Geodiversitas, Herzogia, and Mammal Study.

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BioOne News – March 2023

We celebrate BioOne's growth and lasting impact in this issue of BioOne News, and acknowledge the tremendous contributions of our partners and their support of sustainable nonprofit publishing.

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