Toxicity of DDT and parathion to the Egyptian house fly, Musca domestica vicina L

Soliman, S.A.

Bull. ent. Soc. Egypt, Econ. Ser, Cairo., 1, 23-38

1966


Accession: 014784502

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Abstract
The following is substantially the author's summary of this account of experiments on the effect of DDT and parathion on house-flies (Musca domestica vicina Macq.) of a laboratory colony originating from a strain collected in Cairo. The LD50 of DDT applied topically was 1.4 and the LD95 3.6 mu g per female fly, based on the mortality 24 hr. after exposure. The highest dose tested that caused no signs of poisoning after 24 hr. was 0.015 mu g per fly.