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Frightening methods and devices/stimuli to prevent mammal damage--a review
Author(s): Koehler, Ann E.; Marsh, Rex E.; Salmon, Terrell P. | Abstract: Various frightening stimuli, primarily visual and acoustic, have been used to prevent or alleviate damage by depredatingExpand
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Relevant Characteristics of Zinc Phosphide As a Rodenticide
—Zinc phosphide has a long history of use and remains an important rodenticide for both commensal and select field rodents. A long list of significant characteristics contributes to its relativeExpand
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Bromadiolone, a New Anticoagulant Rodenticide
A search for more effective anticoagulant rodenticides has brought about the development of a new compound, coded LM-637, and temporarily named bromadiolone. Results of efficacy tests on 10 rodentExpand
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Historical review of ground squirrel crop damage in California
The threat to crops from the California ground squirrel, Spermophilus beecheyi, is followed from the early Spanish mission fathers through the gold rush period and continues from the turn of theExpand
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Bait additives as a means of improving acceptance by rodents
There is a general desire by those formulating rodent baits to improve them to achieve better rodent control. Various bait additives are currently in use while others have been evaluated withoutExpand
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RODENTICIDE RESIDUES IN ANIMAL CARCASSES AND THEIR RELEVANCE TO SECONDARY HAZARDS
Author(s): Record, C. Raymond; Marsh, Rex E. | Abstract: Some complexities and limitations of using carcass residue data to determine secondary hazard to nontarget species are discussed. The roles ofExpand
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REFLECTIONS ON CURRENT (1992) POCKET GOPHER CONTROL IN CALIFORNIA
Author(s): Marsh, Rex E. | Abstract: Rodenticide options for pocket gopher control are more limited now than anytime in the last 40 years. Strychnine remains the most economical and efficacious ofExpand
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Current (1994) ground squirrel control practices in California
Author(s): Marsh, Rex E. | Abstract: Current control practices are discussed for the California ground squirrel (Spermophilus beecheyi) which is considered a major rodent pest to agriculture. TheExpand
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A review of falconry as a bird-hazing technique
Author(s): Erickson, William A.; Marsh, Rex E.; Salmon, Terrell P. | Abstract: The use of trained falcons and hawks for dispersing pest birds has been mainly limited to airports in Europe and, to aExpand
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