Entomologie Faunistique – Faunistic Entomology publishes original articles on aquatic and terrestrial Arthropods diversity. Manuscripts can be submitted either in French of in English, but abstracts have to be written in both languages. The journal aims to provide rapid publication and speedy responses to authors, with all papers being reviewed by independent referees. The entire reviewing process does not generally exceed 6 months. 

Entomologie Faunistique – Faunistic Entomology is edited by the Department of Functional and Evolutionary Entomology from Gembloux Agro-Bio Tech (University of Liege), with the support of the non-profit organization “Nature & Agronomie”. This journal is published in free open-access, meaning that the entire content is freely available online to anyone for reading, downloading, distribute, print and reproduce.

Since 2012, articles are published online directly after acceptance. The pagination is continued from one paper to another. All articles published during one year constitute the annual volume.

Previous journal title   “Notes Fauniques de Gembloux” (from 1979 to 2008).

The journal of in open access following the PoPuPS portal.

 

Authors guidelines

Authors guidelines can be downloaded here
 

Ethics

1. Peer Review

The corresponding author may only suggest reviewers with whom they have no relationship and has never been associated in another publication. Unless explicit agreement, the author will not contact the reviewers. To make evaluation process by peers as fair as possible, the instructions to ensure the integrity of the blind peer-review should be followed strictly (deletion of names of authors and their affiliations in the header section and in the 'properties' of the file).

For papers with at least one author belonging the University of Liège, the editorial board will not include any reader from this institution.

The reviewer agrees not to distribute the article, not to use the results before publication and perform the review in the month. If problems occur with a reviewer, the editorial board may place the name of the reviewer in a blacklist.

 

2. Plagiarism

All papers are tested using the anti-plagiarism software of the ULg. If a plagiarism is proven, the author and his co-authors are informed of the rejection of the article because of plagiarism. They are also informed that they may no longer present any manuscript. In some cases that the editorial board considers particularly serious, the authorities concerned will also be informed of the problem.

 

3. Conflict of interest

In the submission letter, the corresponding author must declare on honor that the research described is not subjected to any conflict of interest (financial, commercial, contractual or patent).

 

4. Co-authors

In the submission letter, the corresponding author must declare on honor that all co-authors have agreed on the submitted article. He must also specify the individual contribution of each co-authors.