Trends in the development of mammalian pest control technology in New ZealandC. T. Eason, L. Shapiro, S. Ogilvie, C. King and M. Clout, New Zealand Journal of Zoology, 44:267-304. 2017.
The use of new toxins with advantages in specific settings should be complemented by improvements in resetting trap technology, barrier approaches, and novel biocontrol and genetic concepts. Sodium fluoroacetate (1080) and other important tools have been retained; we have the ...
Keywords: bird repellents, control operations, cyanide pellets, emerging technologies, environmental safety, gene drive synthetic, genetic biocontrol, humane, investment, mammalian, methemoglobinemia-inducing, native species, new-zealand, oral toxicity, para-aminopropiophenone papp, pests, phosphide, possums trichosurus-vulpecula, rodenticides, sodium fluoroacetate 1080, zinc
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