Senckenberg Publications

Soil Organisms

Scientific Journal of Senckenberg Museum
of Natural History Görlitz

SOIL ORGANISMS is an open access journal, with all articles made freely available. Publication is free of charge (from submission to processing). Authors are charged only for extraordinary requests, e.g., for colour plates in the printed journal.

SOIL ORGANISMS is an English-language, international journal that includes original papers and review articles covering all aspects of organismic soil biology. Manuscripts are blind peer-reviewed by at least two international experts within four weeks after submission.

SOIL ORGANISMS constitutes a forum for soil biodiversity researchers worldwide for the exchange of new information, discussion of concepts and discoveries in soil biology. The journal is published by the Senckenberg Society for Nature Research (SNG) and is the successor of the Abhandlungen und Berichte des Naturkundemuseums Görlitz, which was founded in 1827. Articles are made available per PDF File (Open Access) shortly after acceptance.

Manuscripts should be submitted in digital form as given in
the instruction for authors.

ISSN 1864-6417

Editor-in-Chief:
Prof. Dr. Willi Xylander ()

Technical realisation and manuscript submission:
Jacqueline Gitschmann ()


Additional information is available under:

Exchange of Publications Back Issues

 

Acari: Gamasina, Scutacaridae, Phytoseiidae, Trombiculidae;
Collembola, Nematoda, Lumbricidae


The most recent issue of Soil Organisms is Volume 90 (3), published in December 2018 (in english)

Contents

Julia Baumann, Francisco Ferragut & Sanja Šimić 
Lazy hitchhikers? Preliminary evidence for within-habitat phoresy in pygmephoroid mites (Acari, Scutacaridae)
95
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Walter Sudhaus
Dispersion of nematodes (Rhabditida) in the guts of slugs and snails
101
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Walter Sudhaus
Various evolutionary avenues of Nematoda to parasitism in Gastropoda
115
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Farid Faraji, Pierre Mack, Simon Staudt & Jeffrey Kolkman
Two new species records of Proprioseiopsis Muma (Acari: Mesostigmata: Phytoseiidae) from Germany
123
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José G. Palacios, Blanca E. Mejía, Martha Madora, Rosamond Coates & Gabriela Castaño
Monthly variation of leaf litter Collembola in the tropical rainforest of Los Tuxtlas, Veracruz, Mexico
131
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Penelope Greenslade
Why are there so many exotic Springtails in Australia? A review.
141
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Andrey B. Shatrov

On the life cycle and parasitism of the trombiculid mite Hirsutiella hexasternalis (Kudryashova, 1998)
(Acariformes, Trombiculidae)

157
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Jörg Römbke, Wolfgang H. O. Dorow & Stephan Jänsch
Distribution and diversity of earthworms (Lumbricidae) in Hesse (Central Germany): current knowledge
131
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Dieudonné Djackba Danra, Elias Nchiwan Nukenine & Hartmut Koehler
Soil Gamasina from savanna and ReviTec site of Ngaoundéré (Adamawa, Cameroon): abundance and species diversity
187
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Thanks to referees 199
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