||International Journal of Acarology
A peer-reviewed journal of agricultural, aquatic, general, medical and veterinary Acari since 1975
The International Journal of Acarology publishes original research work on a wide variety of acarological subjects including mite and tick behavior, biochemistry, biology, control, ecology, evolution, morphology, physiology, systematics and taxonomy. To insure continued quality of journal content, manuscripts submitted to IJA are critically reviewed by five to seven reviewers, including outside reviewers and Editorial Board members, who are specialists on the subject matter. The language of choice for IJA is English but manuscripts written in other languages may be considered.
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