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    An open-access journal

    Acarologia is published in one volume of 4 issues per year. The on-line version is open-access from 2010 onward.
    There are no page charges associated with publication.
    A print version is available by subscription.

    The longest-publishing Acarology journal

    Acarologia, founded in 1959 by Marc André and François Grandjean, is the first and longest-publishing journal devoted to Acarology.

    SCImago Journal Rank (SJR): 0.753 (2013);
    SJR Rank (2013): 34/121 (Insect Science).
    Acarologia is indexed in Web of Science, CABs ...

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    An open-minded topics journal

    Acarologia is a peer-reviewed journal devoted to the biology of the Acari. Acarologia publishes results of original and high quality research on all aspects of Acarology, including molecular biology, taxonomy, physiology, ecology, evolution, behaviour, biogeography, genetics, morphology and physiology. Applied acarology, including economic studies, plant parasites and biological control, and veterinary aspects, are also accepted. All groups within the Acari are considered.
    The journal aims to promote research and spread knowledge of this important group of arthropods. Four issues are published every year. Acarologia is indexed/abstracted in CABS Abstracts, ISI, Pascal...

    Latest issue - 19 December 2014

          Pest control by mites (Acari): present and future
    Gerson U.
    pages: 371-394

          Typhlodromalus aripo De Leon (Acari: Phytoseiidae) development and reproduction on major cassava pests at different temperatures and humidities: an indication of enhanced mite resilience
    Mutisya D.L., El-Banhawy E.M., Kariuki C.W. and Khamala C.P.M.
    pages: 395-407

          Occurrence, population dynamics and winter phenology of spider mites and their phytoseiid predators in a citrus orchard in Syria
    Barbar Z.
    pages: 409-423

          Plant inhabiting phytoseiid predators of midwestern Brazil, with emphasis on those associated with the tomato red spider mite, Tetranychus evansi (Acari: Phytoseiidae, Tetranychidae)
    Furtado I.P., Moraes G.J.d., Kreiter S., Flechtmann C.H.W., Tixier M.-S. and Knapp M.
    pages: 425-431

          Population trends of the red palm mite, Raoiella indica Hirst (Acari: Tenuipalpidae) and associated entomopathogenic fungi in Trinidad, Antigua, St Kitts and Nevis and Dominica
    Colmenarez Y., Moore D., Polar P. and Vasquez C.
    pages: 433-442

          The impact of cucumber nitrogen nutrition on life history traits of Tetranychus urticae (Koch) (Acari: Tetranychidae)
    Motahari M., Kheradmand K., Roustaee A.M. and Talebi A.A.
    pages: 443-452

          Tenuipalpid mites from northern Iran and description of the male of Cenopalpus rubusi Khanjani 2012
    Raissi Ardali M., Hadizadeh A., Mohammadi Sharif M. and Khanjani M.
    pages: 453-462

          Oxyoppia mustaciata n. sp. from andean forests of northwestern patagonia and key to oxyoppiinae from Argentina
    Kun M.E.
    pages: 463-472

          Caligonella saboorii n. sp. (Acari: Trombidiformes: Caligonellidae) from western Iran
    Ahmad Hoseini M., Khanjani M. and Javadi Khederi S.
    pages: 473-478

    Photos: Varroa destructor (Varroidae) on a honey bee. Low temperature -Scanning electron microscopy photograph. Material collected and fixed for LT-SEM: J. Pettis, USDA-ARS-Bee Lab. and R. Ochoa, USDA-ARS-SEL; LT-SEM photo: E. Erbe and C. Pooley, USDA-ARS-CEMU © USDA; Petrobia harti (Tetranychidae) © INRA - Alain Migeon; Dermanyssus gallinae (Dermanysssidae) © Ecole Nationale Vétérinaire de Lyon – Lise Roy; Adult Ixodes sp. (Ixodidae) engorging on an Atlantic puffin Fratercula arctica © Andy Darrington; Panonychus ulmi (Tetranychidae): hatching of a winter egg © Université de Lausanne – Centre de microscopie électronique – Cazelles

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