Volume 128

  • No. 6 June 2022

    Special issue - Breeding Crops for Food and Nutritional Security

    Wheat head blast images, copyright [Pawan Singh, CIMMYT, Mexico], and leaf rust images, copyright [VK Vikas, ICAR-Indian Agricultural Research Institute, Regional Station, Wellington, India]

  • No. 5 May 2022

    Cover image ‘Ivory gull back to the colony - Amdrup land, Greenland (80°50'39" N /14°37'39" W)’, copyright Glenn YANNIC, Groupe de Recherche en Ecologie Arctique

  • No. 4 April 2022

    ‘Grey reef shark foraging at dawn’, copyright William Robbins, Wildlife Marine, used with kind permission of William Robbins, Wildlife Marine

  • No. 3 March 2022

    ‘The common, maternally-inherited endosymbiont, Cardinium heritigii, resides in the reproductive organs of the minute parasitoid wasp, Encarsia inaron. Cardinium manipulates wasp reproduction by fatally sabotaging sperm inside host testes (pictured here) so that female wasps require the symbiont to successfully reproduce’, copyright [Matthew R. Doremus, University of Arizona], used with kind permission [Matthew R. Doremus, University of Arizona]

  • No. 2 February 2022

    ‘This tigress fought and gained control of her mother’s territory when she was around two and half years old. Here you see her scent marking and assessing her newly acquired territory. Tigers in Ranthambore reserve are twice as inbred as those in other parts of India, and retain high frequency deleterious alleles, despite purging’, copyright [Kaushalkumar Patel, Wildlife Conservation Society-India

  • No. 1 January 2022

    “Male Epipedobates anthonyi (Epibatidine poison frog) carrying tadpoles (Azuay Province, Ecuador), copyright [Luis A. Coloma, Centro Jambatu]”