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Impact Factor
0.650
5 year Impact Factor
1.041
SI: Entomology
64 out of 94

Editor-in-Chief
Phyllis Weintraub, PhD

Founding Editor
Henry Hagedorn

About the journal

Journal of Insect Science is an international, open-access, peer-reviewed journal that publishes papers on all aspects of the biology of insects and other arthropods – from the molecular to the ecological – as well as their agricultural …

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ISD now accepting submissions

ESA's newest journal is now accepting submissions! Insect Systematics and Diversity is accepting original research on systematics, evolution, and biodiversity of insects and related arthropods. Click here to find out more about publishing with ISD. Ready to submit? Click here to access the ScholarOne portal.

JIS and Dryad partnership


JIS and Dryad Digital Repository have partnered to simplify the data submission process for authors and strengthen the link between the article and data. Upon submission of a paper, authors will be sent a direct link to upload their data. A link to the data will be included in the final published paper. 

To submit your manuscript visit our online submissions system. 

JIS is now ESA's fastest review journal


Read a recent editorial from Editor-In-Chief Phyllis Weintraub to learn more about the state of the Journal of Insect Science and publishing in the journal after 16 years in publication.

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Filth fly special collection

The biology of filth flies is a blossoming area of study. Read the collection to discover more on using next-generation resources and innovative approaches to study the biology of fly–microbe interactions. 

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Editor-in-Chief Phyllis Weintraub's latest editorial

Phyllis Weintraub, the Editor-in-Chief for Journal of Insect Science, explores publishing negative results and provides a case study for this scenario in her latest editorial. Click here to read "The Importance of Publishing Negative Results".
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