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As part of the submission process, authors are required to check off their submission's compliance with all of the following items, and submissions may be returned to authors that do not adhere to these guidelines.
  • The document has been prepared following in detail the instructions for authors previously described or downloaded as a pdf from the link that appears in the section Formats for authors.
  • The presentation letter specified the most significant contributions of the document, the corresponding author is indicated and evaluators are suggested. In this document, it should be clear that there are no conflicts of interest, that all authors agree with the submission, and that the document is not submitted in any other journal.
  • Authors have read the publication fees, editorial times, and the journal's evaluation process.
  • Publication costs
    $ 24.00 USD per final page published to the SOCOLEN member-author. For non-members, the rate will be $ 36.00 USD per published page.

Author Guidelines

Journal's primer for submission (Download the PDF: Extended version)

1)      Manuscript submission

Manuscript submissions must adhere to the standards indicated in the instructions and submitted through the OJS platform at the following link:


  • Presentation letter. The RCdE requests that the authors send a letter of presentation of the manuscript for its submission in which it is stated:
  1. a) Expressed and unanimous intention to publish in the Colombian Journal of Entomology. All authors must express their consent to submit the manuscript to the RCdE. The contribution of each one must be stipulated in writing in the stages of the research development: conception, design, data collection, analysis and writing of the document. Likewise, it should be indicated, if necessary, that the authors followed the ethical standards enforced in the country of origin for data collection or experimentation with organisms.
  2. b) That the document is unpublished or that it is not being evaluated by another journal.
  3. c) That there are no conflicts of interest. If there is any, it must be declared.
  4. d) Authors' information. Indicate the institutional affiliation, major academic title, ORCID ( and email addresses of all authors, specifying the corresponding author. Likewise, it is requested that the letter be signed by all the authors manually. Digital signatures will not be received with some duly justified exceptions. This information must also be filled out on the OJS platform, and list all the authors in the "collaborators" boxes (consult the tutorial videos available on the journal's website).
  5. e) It is requested that authors suggest at least three potential reviewers (PhD, experience in the subject of the article and with publications in indexed journals are preferred) indicating: name, institutional affiliation and email address.


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Letter: Guide

The RCdE, committed to good editorial practices, asks authors to:

  1. Maintain high standards for publication
  2. Provide contact information for all authors
  3. Respect the authorship of documents for those who have made a significant contribution to the conception, design , execution or interpretation of the study.
  4. To ensure the originality of the document avoiding plagiarism - multiple, redundant or recurring publication.
  5. To acknowledge the consulted sources
  6. To adhere to the guidelines of good editorial practices according to the ethics statement of the COPE's Guide.


Likewise, the Editorial Committee, together with the journal's reviewers, are committed to:

  1. Clearly evidence publication decisions
  2. Based on the principle of equality, confidentiality, participation and cooperation in research, in order to contribute to a timely and fair disclosure of the findings.
  3. To notify the errors in the published works and amend them by the authors with the help of the editorial committee of the journal, either due to its corrections or the withdrawal of the published article.
  4. Verify handwriting matches through Turnitin services, to avoid plagiarism.
  • Before submitting, check if:
  1. The document has been prepared following the instructions for authors described previously or downloaded as a pdf from the link that appears in the section Formats for authors.
  2. The presentation letter for the work has been prepared, where the most significant contribution is synthesized, the corresponding author is indicated and evaluators are suggested. In this document it should be clear that there are no conflicts of interest, that all the authors agree with the submission, and that the document is not submitted in any other journal.
  3. The authors have read the journal's publication rates, editorial times, and evaluation process.


Submission of articles written in English

Authors should ensure that papers submitted in English are reviewed, preferably by a person fluent in the language. If the authors are not native English speakers, it is suggested to send the document for certified translation; If the document does not meet the language standards, this translation certificate may be required or ultimately rejected.

Review our section. submission

2)      Structure and style of the manuscript

It is recommended to review a recent issue of the journal to identify its structure and style. Please prepare your manuscript and verify that it contains the following indications:

a) General presentation

  1. Letter size with 2.5 cm margins on each side, and numbered pages.
  2. Written in "Times New Roman" 11, space and a half. Left justified.
  3. Full text in a single file with tables and figures (in low resolution).
  4. The title: short and informative (less than 20 words suggested). All titles and subtitles in bold with the first letter in uppercase, the rest in lowercase.
  5. The title in English: faithful translation of the title in Spanish.
  6. Full name or Given name of Author(s), In case of using two surnames, join them with a hyphen to avoid confusion in the work citations. Each author has a unique call in superscript where the academic title (student, profession, M. Sc., Ph. D.), institutional affiliation, postal address, email and ORCID (mandatory) is listed. The corresponding author must be indicated with an asterisk that designates him as such at the bottom of the page.
  7. Resumen: maximum 250 words, in spanish, consists of a brief and concrete list of the main points covered in the article with its results and conclusions. Bibliographic citations, species authors, coordinates, figures, or tables are not included.
  8. Between five and ten keywords, in spanish, separated by commas, with initial lowercase except scientific names. These can be the title, abstract, literature, common names, geographical, thematic, among others.
  9. Abstract: It consists of a faithful translation of the Resumen into English. It is recommended to request the revision of this section from a person whose native language is English.
  10. Keywords: translation of keywords into English, in the respective order.
  11. The introduction states the context and nature of the problem, talks about the basic relationship with other research on the same topic, presents the objectives and justifies its study.
  12. The materials and methods present the information necessary for the work to be reproducible. If the methods have been published or are common, they are briefly explained citing the original publication. If, despite being common, they have undergone modifications, the changes are indicated. The experimental design, the number of replications, the number of specimens per replicate, the sample size and the type of statistical analysis used are described. The programs used for data analysis are cited. The place (with latitude and longitude coordinates) where the work was done and the time of completion are named. In taxonomic documents, the necessary information about the material examined and the deposit collection is included. In the case of the use of DNA sequences, the database numbers attached to the manuscript must be included. If the document required visits to biological collections, the collection consulted and where the study specimens were deposited must be specified.

For taxonomic works. Citation of specimens. All work such as descriptions, new records, re-description and revisions of species, must cite the examined material, which must be deposited in an institution, whose acronym will be related in the specimen data. The original language of the label should be kept if it is in English, Spanish or Portuguese. If the language is different, indicate the translation in parentheses. When material studied or revised is listed, it should be related as follows: Specific name in italics. Number of specimens examined, sex (♀ or ♂). Country Department Municipality Locality Coordinates Altitude Collection method Collection date (day-month as the first three letters-year, year) Collector. Acronym of the collection in which it is deposited (in brackets). Please review official acronym catalogs in Arnett et al. (1993). "The Insect and Spider Collections of the World", 2nd edition, (



  • Gigantodax osornorum. 2 larvae, indeterminate. COLOMBIA. Cundinamarca Usme Páramo de Sumapaz, Quebrada Hoya Honda 4 ° 21'09 ”N 74 ° 11'02” W 3,240 m Manual capture Feb 16, 1991 Martínez, X. [ICN].
  • Campsomeris servillei. 1♀, 2♂♂. Valle Vía Cali - Palmira 1,000 m Malaise Sep 1, 1984 Alvarado, M. [UDVC].


  1. The results are limited to the data obtained and are presented in a logical sequence. When the work requires a statistical analysis, the text must include the necessary data for understanding the article. The researcher should not only rely on statistical results, but also on their interpretations. When describing results or making statements that depend directly on statistical tests not indicated in tables (eg "There were no differences between treatments A and B") specify the basic parameters of the test in parentheses (eg: if it is an ANOVA, cite (F = X, XX; df = X, X; P <X, XX)). When the information is extensive, it should be abbreviated in tables or annexes (complementary information). The data indicated in the tables and figures are not repeated in the text (and vice versa).

For taxonomic papers: the description of new taxa conforms to the requirements of international codes of nomenclature. For a new species of arthropod: Name of the new species adding n. sp., authors, related figures, holotype (with measurements), paratypes (if any), diagnosis, description, etymology, comments. Register the new species of animals in ZooBank ( once the work is approved and link the respective identification.


Tables. They must be cited in numerical order in the text. The title should be concise and self-explanatory of the content of the table and should go at the top (Table XX. In bold. Legend in normal font). Table footnotes indicated with numbers or asterisks can be used. Only horizontal lines are used for the outside of the table and under column headings. The explanatory of the table should not be a duplication of the work method.

Figures. They include drawings, maps, graphs and photographs, which are published in color, except for bar graphs that would carry the style of the magazine. In the internal text of the figure use Times New Roman. The graphs must be in two dimensions in the clearest and simplest way possible. The legend of the figure goes at the bottom (Figure XX. In bold, legend in normal font). The abbreviations and symbols in the figures must correspond to those indicated in the text; if they are new they must be explained in the legend. Scale values ​​should be displayed in the image or in the legend. It is necessary to give credits when figures or diagrams that appear in other publications are used, in this case, it is required to present the letter of acceptance of use of the figure. If necessary, the drawings can be received in original to be scanned. Illustrations submitted during evaluation must be low resolution.

Citation of figures: They must be cited in numerical order in the text. If the citation is in parentheses, they should be indicated as “(Fig. XX)”, example: In Figure 1 or (Fig. 1). Prefer to make mosaics of images rather than several figures and number them with ordinals and capital letters (Figs. 1A, 1C-1F).

Final figures: If the work is accepted, send the map images, photographs or drawings as separate TIFF files with a minimum of 300 dpi resolution, with widths between 90 mm or 160 mm to avoid extreme enlargements or reductions. For graphics, submit a reference image and editable digital file. Make sure that the numerals of the figures are in Times New Roman font (also the internal text) capitalized and bold. Keep the images without numerals and internal text as they will be requested to facilitate the layout of the article.

Note: Both tables and figures must provide valuable and illustrative information for the article and not be redundant with the information provided in the text or between themselves. In this submission stage, the figures must be low resolution so that the file does not exceed 800 kb; Keep a copy of the figures without texts for the layout stage, since if the manuscript is accepted for publication, the figures must be sent in high resolution.

  1. The discussion indicates the generalizations and principles that have verification in the experimental facts. Clarifies the exceptions, modifications or contradictions of the hypotheses, theories and principles directly related to the facts. Point out the practical or theoretical applications of the results. Relate the observations with other relevant studies and, if it is the case, explain the mechanisms that could cause the results obtained and their differences with those of other studies. It does not repeat the data mentioned in the results. It reflects the intellectual suitability of the researcher. Results and discussion can go in the same section. Subtitles are sometimes recommended in some sections to clarify their content.
  2. Obvious sentences are avoided, but include the consequences of working on the theoretical models that are mentioned in the presentation of the problem in the introduction. It is the final touch of the article; sets out in a clear, concise and logical way the contribution that was made.
  3. Acknowledgements. In this section keep in mind the authorship criteria mentioned. It should be in the following order: people (omitting professional titles), groups, entities that financially supported the study and number of the financed project.
  4. Cited literature. The complete list of the literature cited in the text is included according to alphabetical order, number of authors and year. Last names and initials of names must be capitalized. Avoid using gray literature citations (outreach papers, conference abstracts, or local reports). All possible citations must include DOI (check that it actually works). It is suggested that at least 50% of the literature citations in the list do not exceed 10 years of being published, and it is recommended to cite articles published in the Colombian Journal of Entomology. Check the citation and note the punctuation, spacing, names and initials of the author (s), full name of the journal, volume, number and pages. The RCdE follows a variant of the Harvard system for the cited literature. See 'writing style'.
  5. Origin and source of financing. The background or motive that inspired the work and the economic actors who made it possible should be mentioned.
  6. Contribution of the authors. It is requested to list the names of each author (as they appear on the first page of authors) and mention their role within the investigation. It is suggested to use the criteria and definitions established in CRediT - Contributor Roles Taxonomy (

Document presentation - Guide

b) Writing style

The manuscript should be written in a concise, clear and direct style. It should have short, simple sentences. If the manuscript is prepared in a language other than your mother tongue, you must have the document reviewed by a person fluent in the corresponding language.

The International System of Units (SI) should be used. When expressing magnitudes, apply unit symbols separate from the value and use decimals instead of fractions. The decimal separator in Spanish is a comma (,) p. eg: 10.3 mm. In English texts, period (.) Is used. To separate thousands, in Spanish use period (eg: 1,003 insects) and in English, separate with comma (eg: 1,003 insects). This applies to tables and figures.

Symbols for common units (length, mass, time, volume): Meter (s) = m, Kilometer (s) = km, Centimeter (s) = cm, Millimeter (s) = mm, Gram (s) = g, Kilogram (s) = kg, Second (s) = s, Minute (s) = min, Hour (s) = h, Liter (s) = L or l, Molar = M, Revolutions per minute = rpm. Abbreviate meters above sea level as: msnm.

  • When the integers from zero to ten are not followed by units, they are written with letters (one, two, etc. and not 1, 2, etc.). Examples: three replicates, eight plots, six species.
  • When writing dates write day - month (in letters) - year. Example: May 12, 1996.
  • Acronyms must be explained the first time in the text; then they can be used without having to define them. Example: Integrated Pest Management (IPM).
  • When Latin words are used, they must be in italics. Example: Ad libitum. A posteriori. In vitro.


c) Citation of scientific names

The writing of scientific names must comply with international nomenclature codes (ICNZ, ICBN, etc.) in the case of genus and species, they are written in italics (italics) and following the code standards mentioned. There are several sources on the internet such as nomenclator zoologicus, itis and zipcodezoo, among others, that can be used as a guide to correctly spell the full name of your taxon.

For the writing of scientific names of fauna, the first time a species or genus is cited in the manuscript, add the descriptor, the year, the order and the family; This will be done in the body of the text, not in the title, summary or abstract. Examples:


  • First citation: Apis, 1758 (Hymenoptera: Apidae); later citations: the genus Apis.
  • First citation: Apis mellifera, 1758 (Hymenoptera: Apidae); later citations: A. mellifera.

Regarding the scientific names of flora, it is not necessary to write the years of publication of the species, it is enough to specify only the author:

Cedrella odorata L.

Chamaedorea elegans Mart.

However, if an author considers it necessary to include the year of publication of the species, he can do so by separating the author and the year with a comma:


Cedrella odorata L., Syst. Nat. (Ed. 10) 2: 940. 1759.   


Cedrella odorata L., Systema Naturae (editio decima) 2: 940. 1759. (Extended form) For both plants and animals, after the first citation of a species can summarize the name of the genus to the first letter: A. mellifera and C. odorata.

Finally, when referring to an organism only by genus, use the abbreviation sp. Example: Beauveria sp., And for several species of the same genus use the abbreviation spp. Example: Beauveria spp.


d) Literature

citations within the text

  • May (2011), Wilson (2020) or López et al. (1989) if the name (s) of the author (s) is (are) part of the sentence.
  • (Petersen 2015), (Bustillo and Rodríguez 1999) or (Brown et al. 1999) if the name (s) of the author (s) goes as a quote at the end of the sentence.
  • (Meyer 2013, 2018) for two articles by the same author, ordered from the most earlier to the most recent date.
  • (Castillo 2016a, 2016b) for two articles by the same author in the same year.
  • (Stern 1997; Rodríguez 2008; Meyer 2019) for multiple citations, in ascending order of year. In the case of two equal years with different authors, it is ordered alphabetically by authors.
  • (Parra, in press). In the cited literature, it is necessary to indicate the name of the Journal where the article will be published.
  • (P. Reyes, pers. Comm.). It is necessary that the author obtain permission for this citation. It can be indicated either as a footnote or in the Cited Literature list, indicating the date of the communication.

Cited literature

It must be completely adjusted to the format of the Journal. Authors are invited to consult recently published documents on our portal to be guided on how to cite if they have doubts ( The entries must have DOI or URL available so that reviewers and readers can access the information consulted by the authors.

  • Article in a periodical publication. Must contain the following elements: Author or publisher: LAST NAME, INITIAL OF NAME (s) (initials of the name separated by period and space); LAST NAME, INITIAL OF NAME (s)…. (Ed. Or Eds. If applicable). Year. Title. Full name of the Journal (when it is not well known, the country of origin should be indicated in parentheses). Volume (write the number): Number (in parentheses): Pages (separated with a short dash), unless it is a continuous publication. https: // / .....


ZOUBIRI, S.; BAALIOUAMER, A. 2011. Potentiality of plants as source of insecticide principles. Journal of Saudi Chemical Society 18 (6): 925-938.

McGUIRE, AV; NORTHFIELD, TD 2020. Tropical Occurrence and Agricultural Importance of Beauveria bassiana and Metarhizium anisopliae. Frontiers in Sustainable Food Systems 4: 6.   

  • Book reference. Author or publisher: LAST NAME, INITIAL OF NAME (s) (initials of name separated by period and space); LAST NAME, INITIAL OF NAME (s)…. (Ed. Or Eds.). Year. Title. Publisher or entity responsible for the publication. City Country. Number of pages. Add DOI or URL.


BEUTEL, RG; FRIEDRICH, F.; GE, SQ; YANG, XK 2014. Insect morphology and phylogeny. De Gruyter, Berlin/Boston, 516 p.

GIBB, T.; OSETO, C. 2005. Arthropod Collection and Identification. Laboratory and field techniques. 1st Edition. Academic Press. 336 p.

GIRIBET, G.; EDGECOMBE, ED 2020. The invertebrate tree of life. Princeton University Press. Princeton, EE. UU. 608 p.

GRIMALDI, D.; ENGEL, M. 2005: Evolution of the insects. Cambridge University Press, New York and Cambridge, 755 p.

HOY, M. 2018. Insect molecular genetics. An introduction to principles and applications 4th Edition. Academic Press. Netherlands. 705 p.

MULLEN, G.; DURDEN, L. (Eds.). 2018. Medical and veterinary entomology. Academic press. 3rd Edition. Academic Press. 792 p.

PEDIGO, LP; RICE, M. 2014. Entomology and pest management: Sixth Edition. Waveland Press. 784 p.

SAMWAYS, MJ 2019. Insect conservation: A global synthesis. CABI. 557 p.

SCHOWALTER, T. 2016. Insect ecology. An ecosystem approach. 4th Edition. Academic Press. 774 p.

SIMPSON, SJ; DOUGLAS, AE (Eds.). 2013. The insects: structure and function / RF Chapman. 5th edition. Cambridge University Press. England. 929 p.


  • Book chapter reference:Author (s): LAST NAME, INITIAL OF NAME (s) (initials of name separated by period and space); LAST NAME, INITIAL OF NAME (s)… Year. Chapter title. pp. XX-XX. In: Surname, INITIAL OF NAME (s) (Ed. Or Eds.). Title of the book. Editorial. City Country. XXX p. URL or DOI

    HURLEY, TM; MITCHELL, PD 2014. Insect resistance management: adoption and compliance. pp. 421-451. En: Onstad, DW (Ed.). Insect resistance management: biology, economics, and prediction. Second Edition. Academic Press. EE. UU. 538 p.

HORGAN, FG 2014. Diversity and defence: Plant-herbivore interactions at multiple scales and trophic levels. pp. 241-258. En: Gurr, GM; Wratten, SD; Snyder, WE; Read, DMY (Eds.). Biodiversity and pests: key issues for sustainable management. First Edition. Wiley-Blackwell. 347 p. EE. UU.

  • Internet resources: Author, publisher: LAST NAME, INITIAL OF NAME (s) (initials of name separated by period and space); LAST NAME, INITIAL OF NAME (s)… Year. Title. URL. [Revision date: using French format] p. Eg: [Revision date: January 1, 2007].

    SAMUELSON, A.; EVENHUIS, N.; NISHIDA, G. 2001. Insect and spider collections of the world web site. Bishop Museum. Disponible en: [Date].

    AntWeb. 2020. AntWeb Version 8.14.2. California Academy of Science. Disponible en: [Date].
  • Dissertation, thesis por degree work. Please avoid citing the thesis and refer to the article. If not possible, cite as follows: Author. Year. Title. Profession, or name of the graduate degree to which the thesis corresponds. Institution that granted the title. City. Country. Number of pages. Example:

    PEÑA, C. 1995. Efecto de poligoidal extraído de corteza del canelo, Drimys winteri Forst., sobre algunos insectos de importancia agrícola. Tesis Ingeniero Agrónomo. Universidad de La Frontera. Temuco, Chile. 86 p.
  • Institutions or organizations. Nombre completo de la institución (sigla). Año. Título. Ciudad, País. Número de páginas. DOI o URL y [Date].

    WORLD HEALTH ORGANIZATION (WHO). 2014. EB 136/24. Dengue: prevention and control. World Health Organization. Disponible en: [Date: 11 marzo 2017].

3)      Process of the submitted manuscript

The manuscript submitted for publication in the RCdE is first reviewed by the Editorial Committee to determine its relevance and standards (scientific and format) of the journal. If the submitted work meets these conditions, it will be sent to be evaluated by two suitable professionals. Its acceptance will depend on the concepts received.

It is necessary that the manuscripts sent to the RCdE be in the most elaborate form possible, reflecting the scientific and academic category of their authors. The works that do not follow the presentation rules will be returned without going through the evaluation process. The speed of publication of a work will be directly related to the ease involved in completing the evaluation process and final version and not with the order of delivery. This process takes an average of one year for a research article.

The author can track the status of his manuscript through the OJS platform and at each stage of the publication process he will find the option "Discussion" that will allow him to communicate with the editorial team.

The peer reviewers are external, and the document is evaluated in a double-blind mode. The selection criteria for the peer reviewers are those established taking into account the following recommendations: having a postgraduate degree, having recent activity on the subject of the article, and having publications in a period of no more than 5 years.

Editorial Decisions:

The RCdE reserves the right to accept or reject articles and may make suggestions to improve their presentation. The decisions that the magazine can make are:


  1. The manuscript can be accepted without changes, with minimal changes. In this case, the editor asks the author for the final version of the document and the complementary files: text in Word, tables in Excel and / or editable Word, final figures according to the format indicated in the manuscript structure.
  2. If there are required revisions, the editor sends the author a copy of the evaluation and the document with the corrections requested / suggested by the reviewers, both in terms of form and substance. Authors must make corrections within a period of no more than 15 days. Authors must send the modified version of the document to the editorial team to continue the editing process.


  1. If forwarding for review is requested, the editor sends the author a copy of the reviewers' evaluations and comments, so that the authors, within a period of no more than 20 days, comply with the suggested changes, send the new corrected version, indicating the sites where the changes were made. This must be accompanied by a letter in which their answers are expanded, the changes made are explained and the decisions made by the authors are justified. If for any reason the author cannot send the final version or the corrected version within the established period, it is recommended to notify the editor to set a new period, which cannot exceed 20 additional days. If the author does not meet the deadline, the manuscript will be considered as new and the evaluation process will restart.
  2. If the work is rejected, the editor notifies the author and states the reasons for the rejection.

Evaluation questionnaire


Acceptance and publication

The work is accepted at the time the editor has verified the corrections and suggestions given to the author (s) and communicates the acceptance, the volume and number in which it will be published. The corresponding author will be asked for the final figures according to the format indicated in the manuscript structure; The galleys proof will be sent to him for his review, and he must be in charge of sharing it with the other authors for the unanimous acceptance of the document for publication. After approval for publication of the document, the Socolen office team ( and treasury ( will send you the collection account and the respective payment instructions.

The author designated for correspondence will receive the PDF of their article through the OJS platform.


Publication costs: Costs are differential for members and non-members of the Colombian Society of Entomology. The Rev. Colomb. Entomol. charges $24.oo USD per final printed page to SOCOLEN members, for jobs where no author is associated, the final published page cost is $36.oo USD.


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Entomological essays

Points of view, where authors expose either theoretical or methodological problems of entomology and propose solutions or perspectives on how to address them.

Pontos de vistas, onde se expõe problemas teóricos e metodológicos centrais a entomologia e se propõem soluções ou propostas para resolvê-los.



Review papers are requested by the Editorial Board. Manuscripts should not exceed 25 pages; line spacing 1.5, including figures, tables and references and a minimum of 100 references. Only one review paper is published per issue.

Revisão de temas entomológicos gerais são especificamente solicitados pelo Conselho Editorial. Os manuscritos não devem exceder 25 páginas em espaçamento 1.5, incluindo figuras, tabelas e um mínimo de 100 referências. É publicado apenas um trabalho por edição.


Taxonomic works

Taxonomic studies, where the results section may be replaced by descriptions, redescriptions or revisions, and the discussion section by notes or comments. Manuscripts should not exceed 25 pages, line spacing 1.5, including figures, tables, and references.

Trabalhos taxonômicos, onde a seção de resultados podem ser substituídas pela descrição, redescrição, revisão do táxon e da seção de discussão por anotações ou comentários. Os manuscritos não devem
exceder 25 páginas em espaçamento 1.5, incluindo figuras, tabelas e referências.

Books reviews

Book reviews (maximum three pages, line spacing 1.5).

Resenhas de livros (máximo de três páginas com espaçamento 1.5).

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