NHM Vienna publishing house

The publishing house of the Natural History Museum issues both scientific and popular scientific works, primarily “Annalen des Naturhistorischen Museums in Wien” (“Annals of the Natural History Museum”).
 

New Publications

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Gefährliche Schlangen Ost- bzw. Westafrikas und Verwechslungsarten

Äthiopien, Eritrea, Somalia, Sudan, Südsudan
Florian Bacher & Co-Autoren; 2019
 

ISBN: 978-3-903096-24-0

22 pp., 91 x 179 mm, EUR 4,40
Artikelnr.: 20391
 

Gambia, Mali, Mauretanien, Senegal

Florian Bacher & Co-Autoren; 2019
 

ISBN: 978-3-903096-23-3

20 pp., 91 x 179 mm, EUR 4,40

Artikelnr.: 20392


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Botânica Imperial no Brasil – Imperial Botany in Brazil
Christa Riedl-Dorn; 2019

 

ISBN: 978-65-81403-02-7

320 pp., 165 x 240 mm, EUR 24,20
Artikelnr.: 20405
 


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Natterer

on the Austrian expedition to Brazil (1817-1835)

 

Cristina Ferrão & José Paulo Monteiro Soares (Hrsg.); 2019

 

ISBN: 978-65-81403-01-0

299 pp., 260 x 320 mm, EUR 20,00
Artikelnr.: 20404
 


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History

Published for the first time in 1836 with a follow-up in 1840 the Annals of the Viennese Museum of Natural History belong to the longest standing published periodicals in Europe. In 1886 these publications the “Annalen des k. k. naturhistorischen Hofmuseums” (Annals of the imperial natural history Museum) succeeded, which have been published persistently for 130 years, nowadays as “Annalen des Naturhistorischen Museums in Wien”. Then as now the “Annalen” contain contributions from all natural scientific disciplines housed in the museum and are an internationally acknowledged journal.

source: Gaal, S. & Vitek, E., 1998: Die Publikationsreihen des Naturhistorischen Museums in Wien. – Ann. Naturhist. Mus. Wien, B, 100: 11-14

 

Orders

From July 31st to August 11th we are on holidays.
During this time we won't be able to carry out your orders. We are hoping for your understanding and wishing you a pleasant summer!


To place an order please find all infirmations necessary here.
If you have any further questions please contact Mrs Andrea Krapf either via or (from Monday to Friday between 9 am and 1 pm) via phone: 01/ 5 21 77-542.

Our publications can also be purchased via the online shop of our partner Phoibos Verlag.


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