[EN] Predatory journals
- We will gladly publish Billy's (5 years old) report on papilionidae.
- But for it to be worth including in a prestigious scientific journal you'll first have to pay 150$.
Predatory journals are "scientific" "journals" that accept almost any kind of content, rarely review it, make customers and researchers pay for services they do not offer and frequently lie or deceive.
They look just like trustable journals.
Jeffrey Beall's list keeps track of them.
Beall, J. (2012). Predatory publishers are corrupting open access. Nature, 489(7415), 179–179. doi:10.1038/489179a