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First generation anticoagulant rodenticide persistence in large mammals and implications for wildlife management
(Taylor & Francis on behalf of the Royal Society of New Zealand, 2013)
The use of first generation anticoagulants by the Department of Conservation (DOC) for rodent control has increased in recent years. This study estimates the likely hepatic persistence time of diphacinone in red deer, pigs ...
An updated review of the toxicology and ecotoxicology of sodium fluoroacetate (1080) in relation to its use as a pest control tool in New Zealand
(New Zealand Ecological Society., 2011)
Sodium fluoroacetate (1080) is a vertebrate pesticide, originally developed in the 1940s and principally used for the control of unwanted introduced animals in New Zealand and Australia. Fluoroacetate is also a toxic ...
Toxicology and ecotoxicology of zinc phosphide as used for pest control in New Zealand
(New Zealand Ecological Society, 2013)
Zinc phosphide (Zn3P2) has been used overseas as a vertebrate pest control tool for several decades. It has been favoured in the USA and Australia for the field control of rodents and other animal pest species because of ...
Diphacinone and coumatetralyl persistence in deer and implications for wildlife management
(Julius Kühn-Institut, 2011-10-14)
Because of the concerns regarding wildlife contamination following the field use of anticoagulants the hepatic persistence of diphacinone and coumatetralyl has been compared in deer. Initial coumatetralyl concentrations ...