Introduction to the Guidelines for Contributors to Flora Neotropica Monographs


Flora Neotropica Monographs publishes treatments with a minimum of 50 species. This minimum is waived for families that contain fewer than 50 species. However, treatments below the level of family that treat less than 50 species may be published jointly with another treatment.


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 Guidelines for Contributors to Flora Neotropica Monographs


To contribute a taxonomic treatment to Flora Neotropica, a written request must be submitted to the appropriate director (see addresses below). The request must include

The request will then be presented to the OFN Board for approval at the next annual meeting. Authors will be periodically surveyed to determine if they plan to continue with their treatments.
For Phanerogamic Plants, please submit your proposal to:
 
Dr. Simon J. Mayo
Herbarium
Royal Botanic Gardens
Kew, Richmond
Surrey TW9 3AB
ENGLAND
Phone: [44] (81) 940-1171
Fax: [44] (81) 332-5197
E-mail: s.mayo@rbgkew.org.uk

For Cryptogamic Plants, Pteridophytes, and Fungi, please submit your proposal to:

Fungi:
   Prof. Dr. Meike Piepenbring
   Institute I, Building D
   J. W. Goethe-Universität Frankfurt
   Siesmayerstr. 71-73
   60323 Frankfurt/M  
   GERMANY
   Tel.: +49-69-798-24736 
   Fax: +49-69-798-24822
   Email: piepenbring@em.uni-frankfurt.de 

Pteridophytes:
   Dr. Robbin Moran
   Institute of Systematic Botany
   The New York Botanical Garden
   Bronx, NY 10458-5126
   U.S.A.
   Phone: [1] (718) 817-8663
   Fax: [1] (718) 817-8648
   E-mail: rmoran@nybg.org

Bryophytes:
   Thomas, Dr. Wm. Wayt
   Institute of Systematic Botany
   The New York Botanical Garden
   Bronx, NY 10458-5126
   Phone: [1] (718) 817-8625
   Fax: [1] (718) 817-8648
   E-Mail: wthomas@nybg.org


Please follow the links below for more information.

OFN Homepage
More about the OFN
Annual Meeting Information
List of Executive Board Members and other OFN Officers
List of Commission Members
Introduction to the Schedule of Monographs (Phanerogamic Plants)
Introduction to the Schedule of Monographs (Cryptogamic Plants and Fungi)