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Asian Myrmecology, Volume 5, pages 187-195, published March 2013

From ant-catcher to author: editors’ advice to young myrmecologists

JOHN R. FELLOWES1 * & MARTIN PFEIFFER2

1Kadoorie Institute, University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong, China

2Department of Ecology, National University of Mongolia, Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia

DOI: 10.20362/am.005020

© J.R. Fellowes & M. Pfeiffer

Abstract: Asian Myrmecology is a journal created and edited for those studying ants in Asia. It was established not necessarily to become the top journal in its field, but primarily to support and serve those in its region: experienced ant researchers as well as beginners. Its editors and reviewers give generously of their time and expertise to make it work, and we believe Asian Myrmecology has played a role, like the International Network for the Study of Asian Ants (ANeT) which created it, in raising standards of myrmecology in Asia.

Keywords: How to write a successful paper

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