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Residues of diflubenzuron applied topically to adult stable flies



Residues of diflubenzuron applied topically to adult stable flies



Journal of Economic Entomology 73(4): 595-598



Diflubenzuron was applied topically to adult S. calcitrans (L.) and after 24 h 11-25% of the dose was extracted from the chromatography paper that lined the insect holding cages. The amount of diflubenzuron recovered from adults decreased gradually. Although the amount of diflubenzuron in the eggs of treated females was insufficient for quantitation by high pressure liquid chromatography analysis, there was enough to reduce egg hatchability 97% for first 15 days posttreatment.

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DOI: 10.1093/jee/73.4.595



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