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ISSN 2667-5684 | Period Biannually | Founded: 2018 | Publisher Salih DOĞAN | http://dergipark.org.tr/acarolstud


Acarological Studies (AS) is a peer-reviewed, international scientific journal that publishes and promotes research in acarology worldwide. AS publishes high quality research papers on any aspect of mites, including anatomy, behaviour, biodiversity, biological control, ecology, medical acarology, morphology, phylogeny, physiology, systematics, veterinary acarology and zoogeography. The journal also invites the submission of case studies, monographs, revisions, reviews, catalogues, checklists, descriptions of taxa and nomenclature for consideration. All submitted papers must be original and unpublished or not under consideration for publication. Manuscripts in English or Turkish with an abstract in English and with references in English will be accepted.

Acarological Studies is a fully open access journal, published biannually by JournalPark for the “Turkish Academic Network and Information Center (ULAKBİM)”, a unit of “The Scientific and Technological Research Council of Turkey (TÜBİTAK)”. JournalPark provides online hosting services and an editorial workflow management system for academic journals published in Turkey. The JournalPark Project, undertaken by TÜBİTAK - ULAKBİM, is a public service in Turkey whose mission is the web-based publication of academic journals and the operation of an online journal management system. The project also organizes, conducts and coordinates the dissemination of scientific information in line with national targets.

In keeping with its commitment to best practices in publication, AS strongly supports and adheres to the Principles of Transparency and Best Practice for Scholarly Publication adopted by the Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE), Directory of Open Access Journals (DOAJ), Open Access Scholarly Publishers Association (OASPA) and World Association of Medical Editors (WAME).

In conclusion, acarology is a richly rewarding but greatly understudied field. I encourage you to introduce the students to the extraordinary world of mites so that the next generation of acarologists is ready to embrace the countless research opportunities available.

Salih Doğan


Acarological Studies

ISSN 2667-5684 | Period Biannually | Founded: 2018 | Publisher Salih DOĞAN | http://dergipark.org.tr/acarolstud
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Acarological Studies (AS) is a peer-reviewed, international scientific journal that publishes and promotes research in acarology worldwide. AS publishes high quality research papers on any aspect of mites, including anatomy, behaviour, biodiversity, biological control, ecology, medical acarology, morphology, phylogeny, physiology, systematics, veterinary acarology and zoogeography. The journal also invites the submission of case studies, monographs, revisions, reviews, catalogues, checklists, descriptions of taxa and nomenclature for consideration. All submitted papers must be original and unpublished or not under consideration for publication. Manuscripts in English or Turkish with an abstract in English and with references in English will be accepted.

Acarological Studies is a fully open access journal, published biannually by JournalPark for the “Turkish Academic Network and Information Center (ULAKBİM)”, a unit of “The Scientific and Technological Research Council of Turkey (TÜBİTAK)”. JournalPark provides online hosting services and an editorial workflow management system for academic journals published in Turkey. The JournalPark Project, undertaken by TÜBİTAK - ULAKBİM, is a public service in Turkey whose mission is the web-based publication of academic journals and the operation of an online journal management system. The project also organizes, conducts and coordinates the dissemination of scientific information in line with national targets.

In keeping with its commitment to best practices in publication, AS strongly supports and adheres to the Principles of Transparency and Best Practice for Scholarly Publication adopted by the Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE), Directory of Open Access Journals (DOAJ), Open Access Scholarly Publishers Association (OASPA) and World Association of Medical Editors (WAME).

In conclusion, acarology is a richly rewarding but greatly understudied field. I encourage you to introduce the students to the extraordinary world of mites so that the next generation of acarologists is ready to embrace the countless research opportunities available.

Salih Doğan


Volume 1 - Issue 2 - Jul 2019
  1. Acarological Studies: A new forum for the publication of acarological works
    Pages 51 - 52
    Salih DOĞAN
  2. An overview of the XV International Congress of Acarology
    Pages 53 - 58
    Sebahat K. OZMAN-SULLIVAN, Gregory T. SULLIVAN
  3. Alternative control agents of the dried fruit mite, Carpoglyphus lactis (L.) (Acari: Carpoglyphidae) on dried apricots
    Pages 59 - 64
    Vefa TURGU, Nabi Alper KUMRAL
  4. A species being worthy of its name: Intraspecific variations on the gnathosomal characters in topotypic heteromorphic males of Cheylostigmaeus variatus (Acari: Stigmaeidae)
    Pages 65 - 70
    Salih DOĞAN, Sibel DOĞAN, Qing-Hai FAN
  5. Seasonal distribution and damage potential of Raoiella indica (Hirst) (Acari: Tenuipalpidae) on areca palms of Kerala, India
    Pages 71 - 83
    Prabheena PRABHAKARAN, Ramani NERAVATHU
  6. Feeding impact of Cisaberoptus kenyae Keifer (Acari: Eriophyidae) on photosynthetic efficiency and biochemical parameters of Mangifera indica L.
    Pages 84 - 94
    Ramani NERAVATHU
  7. First record of Cheletonella (Acariformes: Cheyletidae) in Poland, with comments on other member of the genus
    Pages 95 - 100
    Salih DOĞAN, Sibel DOĞAN, Joanna MĄKOL
  8. Potential of oribatid mites in biodegradation and mineralization for enhancing plant productivity
    Pages 101 - 122
    Mohamed Abdul HAQ
  9. Oribatid mites as potential predators of the root knot nematode, Meloidogyne incognita
    Pages 123 - 128
    Nithinya RAMAKRISHNAN, Ramani NERAVATHU
  10. Raphignathoidea (Acari: Trombidiformes) of Turkey: A review of progress on the systematics, with an updated checklist
    Pages 129 - 151
    Salih DOĞAN
  11. Acarine biodiversity associated with bark beetles in Mexico
    Pages 152 - 160
    M. Patricia CHAIRES-GRIJALVA, Edith G. ESTRADA-VENEGAS, Iván F. QUIROZ-IBÁÑEZ, Armando EQUIHUA-MARTÍNEZ, John C. MOSER, Stacy R. BLOMQUIST
  12. Population development of European red mite Panonychus ulmi (Koch) (Acari: Tetranychidae) on apple orchards in Çanakkale, Turkey
    Pages 161 - 164
    İsmail KASAP, Şahin KÖK, Serkan PEHLİVAN, Gökhan BAŞTUĞ
  13. Population dynamics of the coconut mite, Aceria guerreronis Keifer in Kerala, India
    Pages 165 - 173
    Thalakkattil Raghavan SOBHA, Mohamed Abdul HAQ
  14. Mites associated with ambrosia and bark beetles (Curculionidae: Scolytinae) in avocado orchards in Michoacan, Mexico
    Pages 174 - 175
    Estefanni N. SANDOVAL-CORNEJO, Edith G. ESTRADA-VENEGAS, Armando EQUIHUA-MARTÍNEZ, Jesús ROMERO-NÁPOLES, Dionicio ALVARADO-ROSALES

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