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Residual effect of certain pesticides against two land snails species, Monacha contiana and Eobania vermicutata under laboratory and field conditions



Residual effect of certain pesticides against two land snails species, Monacha contiana and Eobania vermicutata under laboratory and field conditions



Assiut Journal of Agricultural Sciences 37(1): 189-200



The toxic effects of 6 pesticides against 2 land snail species, M. contiana and E. vermiculata, were investigated under laboratory and field conditions in Egypt by using poison bait technique at 3 concentrations (1, 3 and 5%). The pesticides used were Ekarin (thiometon 25% EC), Pyriban (chlorpyrifos 48% EC), Polo (diafenthiuron 50% SC), Applaud (buprofezin 25% SC), Admiral (pyriproxyfen 10% EC) and Admire (imidacloprid 20% SC). Their residual effects were also investigated.

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