Neotropical Helminthology

Neotropical Helminthology (Neotrop. Helminthol.) is a biannual electronic publication submitted to arbitration outside of the Peruvian Association of Helminthology and Associated Invertebrates (APHIA). Original and unpublished work is accepted in Spanish, Portuguese and English, mainly from the neotropical fauna of helminths of man, animals, plant nematodes, annelids, pentatomic, nematomorphs, hirudinean, Ctenocephalides, mesozoans, as well as acoelomates and pseudocoelomates. Manuscripts may be on systematics, morphology, biology, ecology, immunology, biochemistry, nutrition, physiology, pathology, clinical features, molecular biology, genetics, toxicology, electron microscopy, epidemiology / epizootiology, geographic information systems, and education.
Published byAPHIA- Peruvian Association of Helminthology and Associated Invertebrates
Year publication2007Frequency (Publish per Year)2
ISSN (print)2218-6425ISSN (online)1995-1043
Journal disciplineBiological SciencesFull text languageEnglish, Spanish
Journal Website
Editor in ChiefJose Iannacone
Abbreviated NameNeotrop HelmintholCountryPeru
Journal is indexed by, KindCongress
Impact FactorDate added to KC18 May 2020
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