Aim & Scope
Recognizing that research in human biology must be founded on a comparative knowledge of our closest relatives, this journal is the natural scientistís ideal means of access to the best of current primate research. ëFolia Primatologicaí covers fields as diverse as molecular biology and social behaviour, and features articles on ecology, conservation, palaeontology, systematics and functional anatomy. In-depth articles and invited reviews are contributed by the worldís leading primatologists. A ëBrief Reportsí section is recognised as the method of choice for rapid announcements of newly identified species. In addition, special issues provide rapid peer-reviewed publication of conference proceedings. ëFolia Primatologicaí is one of the top-rated primatology publications and is acknowledged worldwide as a high-impact core journal for primatologists, zoologists and anthropologists.
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