Pindone residues in rabbit tissues: implications for secondary hazard and risk to non-target wildlife

@article{Fisher2015PindoneRI,
  title={Pindone residues in rabbit tissues: implications for secondary hazard and risk to non-target wildlife},
  author={Penny Fisher and Samantha D. Brown and Jane Arrow},
  journal={Wildlife Research},
  year={2015},
  volume={42},
  pages={362 - 370}
}
Context Pindone is used to control rabbits in Australia and New Zealand, but the secondary non-target risks presented by pindone-poisoned rabbits are poorly known. Aims We aimed to generate new data on residual concentrations of pindone in poisoned rabbits for use in a review of the secondary poisoning risks posed to non-target animals in New Zealand. Methods Laboratory rabbits were offered pellet bait containing 0.25 g kg–1 pindone in three trials to simulate a range of bait uptake scenarios… CONTINUE READING

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