Why publish in RBT?
- Fully indexed journal: the Revista is included in Google Scholar, Current Contents, Science Citation Index, Biological Abstracts, etc.
- The publication does not require a mandatory payment by the authors.
- Articles are freely available online (Open Access) so they are more likely to be cited than articles from pay-only journals.
- Rapid article processing and publication (4-8 months from submission to publication).
- Widely read in countries with the highest biodiversity, where your article can have the greatest impact.
- A dedicated staff gives you a personalized treatment.
How to publish in RBT?
Before sending a manuscript to our journal, we recommend you to carefully review that details of format and style are according to our requirements. Once you have taken this into account please send your document through this system, please click here.
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Our journal agrees with the norms of the Open Access Initiative, every published paper can be read or download from this website.
Our journal publishes articles in all fields of tropical biology and conservation.
Selection criteria are the amount of new information, quality and interest to a general readership..
- Studies with a strong experimental design, prolongued field work, and taxonomic-systematics studies of whole groups are accepted. We particularly welcome uninvited reviews that summarize information in a particular field of tropical biology, explaining what is known and what needs to be studied in the future.
Notes, short communications, range extensions and new species reports are no longer accepted.
We consider manuscripts in all theoretical and applied fields of tropical biology and conservation, with a preference to in-depth studies of general interest, based on significant samples, a solid experimental design and a modern quantitative analysis. We particularly welcome uninvited reviews that summarize information in a particular field of tropical biology, explaining what is known and what needs to be studied in the future
We do not publish studies that only add details or cases to previously known phenomena, preliminary studies, communications, species lists, notes or other short articles, or highly specialized reports of limited interest.
Selection criteria are the amount of new information, quality and interest to a general readership.