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Country-based odonatological journals in Europe. / De Knijf, Geert.

In: Agrion, Vol. 21, No. 1, 25.01.2017, p. 37-44.

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title = "Country-based odonatological journals in Europe",
abstract = "In Europe, there are several national or regional odonatological societies and many of them publish their own journal or bulletin. Some of them have been doing so for 20 or 30 years, sometimes even longer. Others are fresh newcomers reflecting the increased interest in dragonflies in some countries. Here we give an overview of the diversity of national or regional odonatological journals that exist in Europe, how you can subscribe to them, whether you can download published papers and how you can contribute.",
author = "{De Knijf}, Geert",
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