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Dr Art Borkent, world expert on biting midges (Diptera) and winner of the 2010 J.O. Westwood Medal for his Zootaxa monograph.    Dr Carl Ferraris, of Portland, Oregon, U.S.A., studies catfishes and nomenclatural issues of fishes. His Checklist of Catfishes is the most-cited Zootaxa paper.
Prof Blair Hedges' monograph on Neotropical frogs, with Duellman and Heinicke (Zootaxa 1737: 1182), has become the most cited paper published in Zootaxa during the last two years. Dr Hutchings is an expert on the systematics and phylogeny of the Terebellida.  She was awarded the Australian Marine Science Association Jubilee medal for  2010, for excellence in marine research in Australia.
Dr Laurence Mound  is a specialist on Thysanoptera and an author of  web-based information and identification systems about thrips  Dr Larry Page was the recipient of the Gibbs Award from the American Society of Ichthyologists and Herpetologists in 2001 for outstanding research in systematic ichthyology 
Prof. Alessandro Minelli of Padova, Italy, is a specialist on Chilopoda and a member of the International Commission on Zoological nomenclature Dr Thiago da Silva Paiva, a young ciliate taxonomist, was awarded the 2009 John O. Corliss Ciliate Systematics Award by the International Society of Protistologists (ISOP) for his Zootaxa paper.
Dr. Paulo Passos was the 2011 recipient of The Joseph B. Slowinski Award for Excellence in Snake Systematics for his Zootaxa paper on  "Atlantic Forest Atractus" Dr. David Rentz is a Zootaxa subject editor for Orthoptera. In the 2013 Queens Birthday Awards, David was appointed to the General Division of the Order of Australia.
Prof. Miguel Vences of Braunschweig, Germany, is an expert on the amphibians and reptiles of Madagascar from where he has described over 110 new species. Prof Ding Yang, an expert on Plecoptera, Megaloptera and Diptera, is the most productive author of Zootaxa during the last six years (2004-2009).
MSc. Juan Pablo Botero winner of the J.G. Edwards Prize for his Zootaxa paper on Revision of the genus Andraegoidus
Aurivillius (Insecta, Coleoptera, Cerambycidae)
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Published 17 Feb. 2014