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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. ...
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 ...
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 ...
Trends in vertebrate pesticide use and new developments: New Zealand initiatives and international implications
(University of California, 2010)
In New Zealand, sodium fluoroacetate (1080) has been used for vertebrate pest control for several decades. Since the 1990s, some 1080 users have switched to brodifacoum for possum and rodent control because of its ready ...
Vertebrate pesticide risk assessment by indigenous communities in New Zealand
(Wiley-Blackwell on behalf of the International Society of Zoological Sciences, Institute of Zoology, and Chinese Academy of Sciences, 2010-03)
In New Zealand, the vertebrate pesticide sodium fluoroacetate (Compound 1080) is aerially applied in baits for control of the brush-tailed possum Trichosurus vulpecula (Kerr, 1792). Maori, the indigenous people of New ...