POISONING OF WILDLIFE WITH ANTICOAGULANT RODENTICIDES IN NEW YORK

@inproceedings{Stone1999POISONINGOW,
  title={POISONING OF WILDLIFE WITH ANTICOAGULANT RODENTICIDES IN NEW YORK},
  author={W. Stone and J. C. Okoniewski and J. Stedelin},
  booktitle={Journal of wildlife diseases},
  year={1999}
}
  • W. Stone, J. C. Okoniewski, J. Stedelin
  • Published in Journal of wildlife diseases 1999
  • Biology, Medicine
  • From 1971 through 1997, we documented 51 cases (55 individual animals) of poisoning of non-target wildlife in New York (plus two cases in adjoining states) (USA) with anticoagulant rodenticides—all but two of these cases occurred in the last 8 yrs. Brodifacoum was implicated in 80% of the incidents. Diphacinone was identified in four cases, bromadiolone in three cases (once in combination with brodifacoum), and chlorophacinone and coumatetralyl were detected once each in the company of… CONTINUE READING
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