The organization publishes the UPLB Museum Publications in Natural History, a refereed scientific journal with special focus on systematics/ taxonomy, ecology, evolution and biogeography. Its purpose is to promote the mission and vision of the UPLB MNH and foster understanding, discussion and appreciation among scientists, researchers, students, conservationists and other members of the academe on the abovementioned fields and other related research interests.

The journal seeks papers that provide perspectives on natural history and tropical biodiversity as well as information and research outputs that will aid researchers on better taxonomic identification and systematics. In addition, the journal also provides a good venue for budding researchers to publish and promote their work. Three issues have already come out, the last one published in late 2012.


NEW SPECIES OF SPIDERS (ARANEAE) FROM HAINAN ISLAND, CHINA (2013)
by Alberto T. Barrion, Aimee Lynn A. Barrion-Dupo, Josie Lynn A. Catindig, Sylvia C. Villareal, Ducheng Cai, Qianhua Yuan and Kong Luen Heong

This issue is a revival of the Museum Publications in Natural History which hibernated for 12 years. It presents in detail the descriptions of 53 new species of spiders belonging to 14 genera under 16 families from Hainan Island, China. The studied taxa included Araneidae, Clubionidae, Corinnidae, Linyphiidae, Lycosidae, Ochyroceratidae, Oonopidae, Oxyopidae, Salticidae, Scytodidae, Tetragnathidae, Theridiidae, Theridiosomatidae, Thomisidae, Uloboridae and Zodariidae.


GUIDE TO PHILIPPINE PREDATORY MITES: FAMILY CHEYLETIDAE LEACH (2000)
by Dr. Leonila A. Corpuz-Raros

This issue features a monograph/book for the identification of Philippine predatory mites belonging to the family Cheyletidae. Each species listed is provided with a synonymic indication, diagnostic description, illustrations, geographical distribution, and habitat records.

This book has been used extensively by undergraduate and graduate students, teachers, researchers, and even hobbyists.


A CATALOGUE OF ACARINE TYPE SPECIMENS IN THE UNIVERSITY OF THE PHILIPPINES LOS BAÑOS MUSEUM OF NATURAL HISTORY (ACARI) (1998)
by Dr. Leonila A. Corpuz-Raros

This issue catalogs the acarine holdings housed in UPLB MNH repository. Information includes number of specimens, sex or stage of specimens in each type series, island and specific locality of origin, date of collection, collector, accession number, and collection number.

The book has proven to be highly valuable to specialists and students all over the world due to citations in several scientific publications.