SBG Press

SBG Press
Founded in 1999 to publish botanical works that promote the understanding and conservation of tropical plants, Selby Botanical Gardens Press publishes the research journal Selbyana, botanical books, proceedings, field guides, and posters.

SBG Press Produces Selbyana - The Journal of The Marie Selby Botanical Gardens
Selbyana, the peer-reviewed research journal of MSBG, publishes original research on canopy biology and tropical plants, especially epiphytes. This peer-reviewed journal includes floristic treatments, anatomy, biogeography, cytology, ecology, phylogeny, physiology, and systematics of tropical plants. Abstracts are presented in English and Spanish when possible. Selbyana publishes research papers of the Gardens' staff as well as those of outside contributors. Volumes have been published annually since 1975. Back issues are available for study and purchase.

Individual Subscriptions and Renewals
Individual Subscriptions and Renewals - Regular Postage $55.00 with Air Mail Option $75.00

Selbyana Subscription: Individuals - including Regular Postage

The journal of the Marie Selby Botanical Gardens, published since 1975, is a peer-reviewed scientific journal issued twice a year. Selbyana is devoted to publishing original research on tropical plants, with an emphasis on epiphytes and their forest canopy habitats. Research topics include taxonomy, ecology, floristics, natural history, conservation biology, phytogeography, anatomy, cytology, morphology, and physiology. Most back issues are available. Soft cover. Illustrations.
Note: Subscribers are entitled to publish five pages per volume without page charge.

Institution Subscriptions and Renewals
Institution Subscriptions and Renewals - Regular Postage $90.00 with Air Mail Option $110

Selbyana Subscription: Institutions - including Regular Postage
The journal of the Marie Selby Botanical Gardens, published since 1975, is a peer-reviewed scientific journal issued twice a year. Selbyana is devoted to publishing original research on tropical plants, with an emphasis on epiphytes and their forest canopy habitats. Research topics include taxonomy, ecology, floristics, natural history, conservation biology, phytogeography, anatomy, cytology, morphology, and physiology. Most back issues are available. Soft cover. Illustrations.

Note: Subscribers are entitled to publish five pages per volume without page charge.
Price Each: $90.00

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