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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 ...
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 ...
Retaining or retrieving older and trying to identify novel rodenticides
(University of California, 2012)
Anticoagulant compounds are likely to play an important role in the control of commensal rodents for crop protection and conservation for the foreseeable future. However, there are concerns regarding their persistence and ...
Technology advances for vertebrate pest eradication
(University of California, Davis, USA, 2016)
Internationally, over the last 20 years the number of tools available for the control of small mammals has declined. Through the efforts of research we have bucked this trend and retained and developed new tools. Three new ...