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The comparative efficacy of two rodenticides against Rattus norvegicus Barkenhout and Nesokia indica Gray


, : The comparative efficacy of two rodenticides against Rattus norvegicus Barkenhout and Nesokia indica Gray. Applied Entomology and Phytopathology 62(1-2): 21-23, Ar 96-105

The efficacy of the rodenticides, bromadiolone (0.005%) and chlorophacinone (0.006%) plus sulfaquinoxaline (0.019%), was compared with that of brodifacoum (0.005%), a chronic anticoagulant, and zinc phosphide (2%) an acute toxicant, against Rattus norvegicus and Nesokia indica under laboratory and field conditions in Iran.


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