Current issue, Vol. 23(1)
Volume 23(1) published online April 5, 2013
Ruthenica, Russian Malacological Journal [ISSN 2307-7336 (Online), ISSN 0136-0027 (Print)] is published since 1991 and accepts articles dedicated to all aspects of malacology in English or Russian. Since 2008 it is an open access journal which means that all content is freely available without charge to the user or his/her institution. Users are allowed to read, download, copy, distribute, print, search, or link to the full texts of the articles in this journal without asking prior permission from the publisher or the author. This is in accordance with the BOAI definition of open access. Ruthenica fully complies with the requirements of ICZN to electronic publications. Registered at Zoobank: urn:lsid:zoobank.org:pub:E6F15B26-B1E2-40D1-A4C4-0CF5BB86ABDD. Paper copies are printed once a year.
Continental molluscs of Russia and adjacent territories
First on-line catalogue of continental (fresh-, brackish-water and terrestrial) molluscs of Russia and adjacent territories - in English - (compiled by Yu.I.Kantor, M.V.Vinarski, A.A.Schileyko, A.V.Sysoev) . Version 2.3 (December 22, 2009) was significantly corrected and updated and contains 2065 species and subspecies of terrestrial and aquatic molluscs (including Caspian Gastropoda and Bivalvia). See more
Last updated April 5, 2013 / Последние изменения внесены 5 апреля 2013 г.
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Statistics of Ruthenica for 2008-2011
Since the opening of the Ruthenica web cite (November 2008) the full content of the journal is available on-line free. Some of the statistics of most downloaded papers as well as downloads per month is provided.
Benthic fauna of the Bay of Nhatrang, Southern Vietnam
N.D. Kruglov (Н.Д. Круглов) 23.10.1939-4.02.2013
In February 2013 Nicolai Kruglov, well-known Russian Malacologist, DSc, Professor of Smolensk State Pedagogic University, founder and leader of Smolensk malacological school passed away at age 74. Obituary by L. Prozorova.