A full understanding of microbiomes and the roles they play in the form and function of wild animals can provide clues to new species identifications, their health, the impact of diet/nutrition, and how to successfully reintroduce captive animals back to a wild habitat. The journal Animal Microbiome is calling for papers that examine the microbiomes of captive or wild non-domesticated animals with a view to understanding the microbiome and its role in conservation, biodiversity, and animal physiology to be a part of this special collection.
Guest Editor: Meagan Dewar, Federation University Australia
Submission Deadline: April 1, 2021
Submit your paper here.