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[Annelida] Special Issua on "Polychaete research"

James Blake via annelida%40net.bio.net (by jablake9 from gmail.com)
Thu Sep 13 12:04:13 EST 2018


Dear Dani,

I have been receiving numerous invitations to submit papers to various
journals. They usually start of by complimenting me on one of my recent
papers on systematics or polychaete larvae. Then I get invited to their
journal. These from my spam folder include: Dentistry (misspelled as
Destistry!), Marine microbiology, Archives of bone and joint disease, Asian
Academic Research, Animal Health, Neonatal Health, J. of Material and
Chemical Engineering, Neurophysiology, J of Bone Disease, J. of Fishery and
Livestock Production, J. of Chest & Lung Disease, etc. Yesterday I was
invited to contribute to an open access book on larvae by a person and
publisher i never heard of. One wonders how a publication on polychaetes is
a qualification to publish on Dentistry or Chemical Engineering!

I believe that the majority of these invites are SPAM and an attempt to
lure one to a site where your privacy can be compromised and probably where
you have give out a Credit card number. Unless you know the publisher
and/or editors, one should ignore these and possibly mark them as SPAM for
yours and others security.

Jim

On Thu, Sep 13, 2018 at 4:42 AM, Daniel Martin <dani from ceab.csic.es> wrote:

> Dear all,
>
> Sorry for this message, but I am recurrently receiving an invitation to be
> Guest Editor for a “Special Issue” with the generic title “Polychaete
> Research” to be published in the MDPI journal Fishes. There is no more
> information than the title, and the journal seems to be one of these “open
> access” ones that require the authors to finance the whole publication of
> the “special issue”.
>
> As they are very insistent in sending me messages, I would like to know if
> some of you are aware of this initiative. In other words, I am wondering
> whether this a real initiative or they are just trying to use fishes to
> capture some innocent worms …
>
> Wormly,
>
> Dani.
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>
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