Arthropod Management Tests


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Arthropod Management Tests (formerly Insecticide and Acaricide Tests) is an editor-reviewed publication that annually publishes short reports on preliminary and routine screening tests for management of arthropods that may be harmful (e.g., pests and disease vectors of plants, animals, and humans) or beneficial (e.g., parasitoids, predators and diseases of pests, honey bees, silkworm). Pest management methods reported in this publication may be those using chemical pesticides as well as other materials such as insect growth regulators, semiochemicals (e.g., pheromones, kairomones), traps, bio-control agents, pest-resistant plants and animals. As of Jan. 1, 2015, Arthropod Management Tests is fully open access.

The publication is divided into the following sections:
Section A: Pome Fruits
Section B: Stone Fruits
Section C: Small Fruits
Section D: Citrus, Nuts and other Tree Fruits
Section E: Vegetable Crops
Section F: Field & Cereal Crops
Section G: Ornamentals & Turf

Section H: Forest & Shade Trees
Section I: Postharvest Products
Section J: Urban, Industrial and Structural
Section K: Medical and Veterinary
Section L: Laboratory Bioassays
Section M: Plant & Animal Resistance

The publication has an Editor-in-Chief and Section Editors who are volunteers from among the ESA membership. The Editor-in-Chief applies for the position and is appointed by the ESA Governing Board based on a recommendation from the journal's editorial board. Section Editors are recommended by the Editor-in-Chief and approved by the journal's editorial board. The usual term for editors is five years with an option for renewal. Editors are responsible for the review and acceptance or rejection of manuscripts submitted for publication and can recommend changes in editorial style and policies.

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As of Jan. 1, 2015, Arthropod Management Tests is a fully open-access publication. Volumes 24 and forward are currently available online; volumes 23 and older are in the process of being digitized and will be available online in the near future. 

ESA Staff Contact:

Lisa Junker
Entomological Society of America
3 Park Place, Suite 307
Annapolis, MD 21401-3722
Phone: 301-731-4535, ext. 3020
Fax: 301-731-4538