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How long do vertebrate pesticides persist in living mammals? Priorities for research
(Department of Conservation, 2013)
We review the pharmacokinetic literature for 12 vertebrate pesticides available (or in the registration process) for broad-scale use in New Zealand and summarise their likely persistence in sub lethally exposed animals. ...
Reference concentrations of cholecalciferol in animals: A basis for establishing non-target exposure
(Taylor & Francis on behalf of Royal Society of New Zealand, 2013)
Cholecalciferol (vitamin D₃) is widely used as a vertebrate pesticide in New Zealand. However, cholecalciferol also occurs naturally in animals. Therefore, when trying to determine whether a non-target animal has been ...