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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 ...
Low-dose cholecalciferol bait for possum and rodent control
(Taylor & Francis Online on behalf of the Royal Society of New Zealand, 2012-09)
A new low-concentration formulation of Feracol® paste containing 0.4% concentration cholecalciferol was tested for efficacy against possums in cage trials, and against possums and rodents in a single unreplicated field ...
Control and eradication of feral cats: field trials of a new toxin
(IUCN, Gland, Switzerland and Centre for Biodiversity and Biosecurity (CBB), Auckland, New Zealand, 2011)
Feral cats (Felis catus) have caused the decline and extinction of threatened species on islands worldwide. The eradication or long-term control of cats is therefore an essential part of restoring native communities on ...
Effectiveness of cyanide pellets for control of dama wallabies (Macropus eugenii)
(New Zealand Ecological Society, 2011)
Dama wallabies (Macropus eugenii) are an introduced pest in New Zealand requiring control. Historically, sodium fluoroacetate (1080) has been used to control wallabies but there is increasing resistance to this method of ...