Acarological E-Reprint Library
Edited by Z.-Q. Zhang   - Version 6 (Oct. 2002) - Copyright 2002 Systematic & Applied Acarology Society - Credits

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About the Acarological e-reprint library

The Acarological E-reprint library is an online library of e-reprints of acarological papers made available by the authors/publishers and hosted by Systematic & Applied Acarology Society (SAAS). All papers are listed by authors alphabetically and the full text of each paper in pdf (portable document format) is linked by an accession number [e.g. A000103 links to the 103rd paper added to the library: Childers, C. C. (1994) Effect of different copper formulations tank-mixed with fenbutatin-oxide for control of citrus rust mites (Acari: Eriophyidae) on Florida citrus. Florida Entomologist, 77, 349-365]. You need Adobe® Acrobat® Reader™ to read Portable Document Format (PDF) files of papers in this library. Adobe® Acrobat® Reader™ is free, and freely distributable. You can download it here if you do not have it on your computer.

All e-reprints are available for free online access 24 hours a day and 7 days a week.  Please note the authors or journals or publishers are holders of the copyright of the papers held in this library. The unfair use of these papers (e.g. making multiple copies for sale) is not allowed. If in doubt, the readers are advised to consult the copyright holder(s).

The Acarology E-Reprint Library was established by its facilitator/editor Zhi-Qiang Zhang ( in January 2001 and it is maintained at the Systematic & Applied Acarology Society website:

It is hoped that this e-library will facilitate the exchange of information among acarologists in different parts of the world, and especially will benefit acarologists in developing countries where subscriptions of many high-priced journals are nearly impossible.

How to submit your reprints for inclusion into Acarology E-Reprint Library?

If you want e-reprints of your papers made online here, please make sure that you have the right to put your paper online and then send them to the editor Zhi-Qiang Zhang by e-mail with the e-reprint in pdf (portable document format) along with a full reference in the format used by Systematic & Applied Acarology Society publications (see below).


Book chapters
Shih, C.I.T. & Huang, J.S. (1991) Functional responses of Amblyseius womersleyi preying on the kanzawa spider mites. In: Dusbabek, F. & Bukva, V. (eds.) Modern Acarology Vol. 2. Prague, Academia and The Hague, SPB Academic Publishing bv. pp. 481-484.

Xin, J.-L. (1988) Agricultural Acarology . Shanghai, Fudan University Press. 466pp.

Journal papers
Zhu, X.X., Zhang, W.Y. & Oliver, J.H. Jr. (1995) Immunocytochemical mapping of FMRFamide-like peptides in the argasid tick Ornithodoros parkeri and the ixodid tick Dermacentor variabilis. Experimental &Applied Acarology, 19, 1-9.

If you do not use e-mail, you may also send a disk with files by regular mails to the editor using the address listed below.

Inclusion of your e-reprints in the Library is free.

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