Manuscripts must come on CD, floppy-disk or via email. Text can be in MS Word or Excel files, figures can be in JPG or PDF format, but JPG is preferred format. Pictures must be contrast, scanned of imaged with resolution not less than 300 dpi (600 dpi is much better). Text must be unformatted (no any bold, italic, no other formatting; only names of authors must be typed in capitals). At the first mention the scientific names must have full genus name, author's name and establishing year, for example Pieris napi (Linnaeus, 1758), all other mentions must have author's name and genus in abbreviated form: P. napi (L.). The author of scientific specific name must be stated in brackets if this name established in different genus, as Pieris napi (Linnaeus, 1758), which have been established as Papilio napi Linnaeus, 1758, ♂ must be with „m" and ♀ with „f" or „w" abbreviated.
Scientific papers citation rules :
Arita, Y. & O. G. Gorbunov (1995): A revision of the genus Heterosphecia Le Cerf, 1916 (Lepidoptera, Osminiini). - Tinea 14: 131-141, Tokyo.
Arita, Y. & O. G. Gorbunov (2000): Notes on the tribe Osminiini (Lepidoptera, Sesiidae) from Vietnam, with description of new taxa. - Trans. Lep. Soc. Japan 51(1): 49-73, Tokyo.
Gaede, M. (1933): Familie: Aegeriidae. In Seitz, A., Die Gross-Schmetterlinge der Erde 10: 775-802, Taf. 94-95. - Alfred Kernen Verlag, Stuttgart.
Zscheischler, J., Estler, M. C., Staudacher, W., Gross, F., Streyl, M. & T. Rechmannn (1990): Handbuch Mais. Umweltgerechter Anbau. Wirtschaftliche Verwertung. 4. Auflage. - DLG Verlag, Frankfurt (Main).
Papers which doesnt correspond to these rules, can not be accepted. Redaction has no time for correction of original texts. Not native English speakers are asked to mail their English text first to Mr. Colin Pratt (email@example.com) or to Mr. Eddie John (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Authors will receive 25 separata of their paper; it is possible to order more for price of printing. Needed separata amount must be written in manuscript title page.
Address for correspondence:
Dr. Ulf Eitschberger