Ecology and Evolution Publishes Second Issue
We are pleased to announce the online publication of our second issue of Ecology and Evolution! The issue illustrates Ecology and Evolution’s broad scope by including paper topics ranging from the genetic connectivity among endangered snake species in southeastern Australia to the particularly timely topics of immune-suppression and oxidative stress in honey bees and range expansion of the recently imperiled eastern little brown bat.
We have also started what we will hope to be a popular tradition: each paper is published with an image accompanying a short synopsis of the paper in our graphical table of contents. We hope to have every article published with a relevant, author-provided organism photograph. Online issue covers will be chosen from the issue’s author photos with Ted C. MacRae’s photo of a Hemidactylus mabouia making the Issue 2 cover (as shown above). Based on recently submissions and the photos from upcoming Issue 3, we expect that “making the cover” will be quite competitive!