International Journal of Super Species Research (ISSN 1927-6621) is an open access, peer reviewed journal published online by BioPublisher. A super species is a group of at least two more or less distinctive species with approximately parapatric distributions. Not all species complexes, whether cryptices or ring species are super species, and vice versa, but many are.
The journal publishes all aspects of super species research, containing super species, plant species and their biological aspects including life histories population dynamics molecular biosystematics co-evolutionary networks among plants and other organisms and mechanisms of speciation; as well as summarizing the current understanding of the biology of species including systematics, distribution, fossil history, genetics, anatomy, physiology, behavior, ecology, and conservation.
International Journal of Super Species Research (ISSN 1927-6621) is archived in Library and Archive Canada and deposited in CrossRef. The Journal has been indexed by ProQuest as well.
International Journal of Super Species Research is published online by the BioPublisher, an independent publishing platform in life science based British Columbia of Canada. The BioPublisher applies the Creative Commons Attribution License (CCAL) to all works published in this journal. Under the terms of CCAL, authors retain ownership of the copyright for their article and have granted to any third party to reuse, reprint, disseminate and unlimited download, provided the original authors and source are right cited. No permission is required from the authors or the publishers.
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