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[…] I was extremely pleased with the overall TAR experience. Dr. C. Barry Knisley, Research Professor, Department of Biology, Randolph-Macon College Terrestrial Arthropod Reviews is original among the publications. Dr. Pierre Jolivet, Paris, France (expert on coleoptera). ...a great complement to other current review journals Jay D. Evans, USDA-ARS Bee Research Lab, Beltsville, MD, USA. The Journal has a good focus and proposition. Prof. Deane Bowers, University of Colorado, CO, USA (expert on chemical ecology between insects and plants).

Terrestrial Arthropod Reviews

Concise Review Articles on Insects, Spiders and their Relatives Living on Land

Terrestrial Arthropod Reviews contains concise review articles on living and extinct insects, arachnids, and their relatives that use land during (a part of) their life history.
Instead of requesting a historic, exhaustive overview of all aspects of a particular subject matter, Terrestrial Arthropod Reviews aims to provide space for critical thinking and thought-provoking questions. The journal welcomes integrative reports on findings within a certain habitat or organism, but beyond the taxonomic description. Substantial contributions in systematics, such as faunistic updates, revisionary works, etc., are welcomed. However, isolated species descriptions, and new records papers are specifically excluded. Reports on species-species or species-environment interactions as well as biodiversity, conservation biology and the effect on habitats of ecological changes are especially welcome.
This title is included in the HINARI, AGORA and OARE programmes.
Terrestrial Arthropod Reviews was published between 2008 and 2014. Ceased per 2015.

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