First notice about IV CLAc!!!

08

Oct
2019
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We gladly inform you that the organization of the IV Latin American Congress of Acarology, to be held in Panama in 2020, has issued its first notice, including the thematic areas and the modalities of presentation. More information in the attached file:

CLAC-PTY, 2020

COURSE ON MITES ASSOCIATED WITH CULTURES

05

Sep
2019
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Dear partners, we inform you that from September 23 to 27, 2019  will be teach the postgraduate course UPDATE AND MANAGEMENT OF MITES ASSOCIATED WITH CULTURES OF ECONOMIC IMPORTANCE IN ARGENTINA, in San Salvador de Jujuy, Argentina. More information in the attached file

 

5th Latin American and Caribbean Symposium of Acarology 2020

21

Aug
2019
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Dear partners, the “5th Latin American and Caribbean
Symposium of Acarology” (mites and ticks) will be held in Havana, Cuba, in April 20-24, 2020.

More information here:

First Announcement V SIMPOSIO 2020

News about EURAAC 2020

15

May
2019
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Prof. Salvatore Ragusa, president of EURAAC 2020, has sent the link to the congress homepage. Everyone is invited!

www.euraac2020.com

National Meeting of Acarology for Plant Health, Cuba

14

May
2019
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Dr. Pedro De La Torre, from Cuba, sends this report on the last National Meeting of Acarology for Plant Health:

The National Meeting of Acarology for Plant Health was held in the province of Sancti Spíritus, Cuba, from April 8 to 12, 2019, an event organized by the Unit of Central Laboratories of Agricultural Health (ULCSA), the Health Research Institute Vegetal (INISAV) and the host province. Twenty four specialists from all over the country participated and different aspects related to agricultural acarology were discussed such as new interceptions, work methods, pest problems, quarantine and training among others. In addition, a visit was made to protected cultivation houses where mite problems were discussed at the site. Within the training, the occasion was used to disseminate the post-event course during the IV Latin American and Caribbean Symposium in La Habana, Cuba with the theme: Taxonomy, Biology and Identification of Oribatid Mites, which was given on that occasion by the professors Pablo A. Martínez and Natalia A. Fredes, both from the National University of Mar del Plata, Argentina. It was a propitious moment to present work ideas for the next Acarology event in our country.

Important announcement

03

May
2019
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Dear partners, starting today the website of the Latin American Society of Acarology will also be available in Portuguese and English. Welcome!

Course of molecular techniques in acarology

29

Mar
2019
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Dear partners, we share the information about the molecular techniques course to characterize mite and tick communities: applied aspects. It will take place in Montpellier, France, between July 8 and 12 of this year. More information in the link:

https://www1.montpellier.inra.fr/CBGP/acarologia/course.php

 

Latin American Congress and National Congress of Entomology in Mexico

09

Mar
2019
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Dear partners, Mexican colleagues tell us that from June 9 to 12 this year will be held in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico, the XI Latin American Congress of Entomology and LIV National Congress of Entomology. More information is provided in the attached poster. We wish you success in the organization!

IMG-20190227-WA0020

 

Sad news

28

Jan
2019
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Dear Members, unfortunately we have a sad news to share with you. This is the accidental death of a young acarologist, very active in the study of the oribatids, Dr. Ekaterina Sidorchuk, from Russia. In the words of colleagues who worked with her, Katya was “vibrant, perceptive, brilliant colleague, and good friend to many”, a “young, kind and charming person, and a brilliant and exceptional researcher” .Every year we learned about the loss of acarologists and that is always a sad fact. In this case, the fact of being an accidental death, of a young researcher, is doubly painful. A great loss for the global acarology. We accompany your family in those sad moments.

EURAAC 2020: first communication

25

Jan
2019
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Dear partners, in the attached file we bring you the first circular of the IX EURAAC Symposium, to be held in Bari (Italy) from July 13 to 17, 2020.

EURAAC 2020 First Communication