- 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
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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 considered.
- Notes, short communications, range extensions and similar short studies are no longer accepted.
• Subject and authorship of records related to the Organization for Tropical Studies (OTS) in BINABITROP, a comprehensive database about Costa Rican biology
Julián Monge-Nájera, Vanessa Nielsen-Muñoz & Ana Beatriz Azofeifa-Mora
• Distribution of bioluminescent fungi across old-growth and secondary tropical rain forest in Costa Rica
Carolina Seas-Carvajal & Gerardo Avalos
• Superfamilia Scarabaeoidea (Insecta: Coleoptera) como elemento bioindicador de perturbación antropogénica en un parque nacional amazónico
Samuel Eduardo Otavo, Ángela Parrado-Rosselli & Jorge Ari Noriega
• Regionalización biogeográfica de la mastofauna de los bosques tropicales perennifolios de Mesoamérica
Héctor C. Olguín-Monroy, Cirene Gutiérrez-Blando, César A. Ríos-Muñoz, Livia León-Paniagua & Adolfo G. Navarro-Sigüenza