The Journal of Evolutionary Biology (JEB) is a peer-reviewed, international journal established in 1987 and owned by the European Society for Evolutionary Biology. We consider submissions describing research from across the field of evolutionary biology, such as molecular evolution, evolutionary genetics and genomics, life histories, evolutionary ecology, development or morphology. We cover both micro- and macro-evolution, as well as empirical, computational and theoretical work. We prioritise articles that make significant advances from a broad conceptual and taxonomic perspective. The Editorial Board reflects the multidisciplinary role of the journal and its international focus. For further information on the scope of the JEB, have a look at the JEB editorials and for the latest news from the journal check out the JEB blog.
Membership of the European Society for Evolutionary Biology includes on-line subscription to the journal (to become a member visit our membership page).
We publish JEB in association with Wiley, and you can find further information about the journal here including information about subscriptions and how to submit an article. Follow @JEvBio on twitter to hear about the latest published articles and Special Issues. You can also sign up for free content alerts via email at Wiley Online Library.
Manuscripts can be submitted online at https://mc.manuscriptcentral.com/jeb. We are currently a hybrid journal offering both subscription-based and Open Access publication. ESEB members receive a 30% discount on Open Access publishing.
Editor in Chief
Max Reuter, University College London, UK
Nicola Cook, University of St Andrews, UK
Luke Holman, Edinburgh Napier University, UK
Sebastian Lequime, University of Groningen, NL
Nathan Bailey, University of St Andrews, UK
Trine Bilde, Aarhus University, DK
Mitch Cruzan, Portland University, US
Alejandro Gonzalez-Voyer, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México, MX
Bengt Hannson, Lund University, SE
John Hunt, University of Exeter, UK
Louise Johnson, University of Reading, UK
Jun Kitano, National Institute of Genetics, JP
Christian Klingenberg, University of Manchester, UK
Nicola Nadeau, University of Sheffield, UK
Mark Ravinet, University of Nottingham, UK
Yuval Sapir, Tel Aviv University, IL
Julia Schroeder, Imperial College London, UK