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Relative susceptibility of stream macroinvertebrates to temephos and chlorpyrifos, determined in laboratory continuous-flow systems



Relative susceptibility of stream macroinvertebrates to temephos and chlorpyrifos, determined in laboratory continuous-flow systems



Archives of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology 7(2): 129-137



Laboratory techniques are described for evaluating the lethal and behavioural impact of insecticides used for Simulium control on a range of stream macroinvertebrates under continuous through-flow and simulated stream conditions. The same basic test unit was used, with slight modifications, to study the reactions of both Simulium larvae (S. ornatum Mg., S. erythrocephalum (Deg.) and S. equinum (L.)) and non-target stream invertebrates.

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Accession: 000734710

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PMID: 79339

DOI: 10.1007/bf02332043


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