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Title Research Agency Animal Subject ControlMethod Date
Acute Toxicity, Histopathology, and Coagulopathy in American Kestrels (Falco sparverius) Following Administration of the Rodenticide DiphacinoneU.S. Geological SurveyAmerican KestrelsDiphacinone 2010-11-14
Determination of Efficacy of Chlorophacinone Treated Artichoke Bracts, Zinc Phosphide Treated Artichoke Bracts, and Razol Pellets for Controlling California Voles in ArtichokesUniversity of California Cooperative ExtensionvolesChlorophacinone, Phosphide, Rozol 2011-04-28
Assessment of Toxicity and Potential Risk of the Anticoagulant Rodentiide Diphacinone using Eastern Screech-owlsU.S. Geological SurveyEastern screech-owlsDiphacinone 2011-12-01
Comparative Toxicity of Diphacinone to Northern Bobwhite (Colinus virginianus) and American Kestrels (Falco sparverius)U.S. Geological SurveyNorthern Bobwhite, American KestrelsDiphacinone 2010-01-01
Evaluation and Development of Bird-Repellent Rodenticide Baits for California RodentsAnimal and Plant Health Inspection ServicesRodentsAnthraquinone, Zinc Phosphide 2013-02-25
An Efficacy Test of a Cholecalciferol Plus Diphacinone Rodenticide Bait for California Voles Resistant to Chlorophacinone BaitsNational Wildlife Research Centervolescholecalciferol, diphacinone 2012-10-01
Identifying the Level of Use of Aluminum Phosphide for Controlling Burrowing Pests in CaliforniaUniversity of California-Kearney Agricultural Research and Extension CenterVertebrateAluminum Phosphide 2012-06-01
A Test of Efficacy of Three Rodenticide Baits for Roof Rat and Deer Mouse Control in CaliforniaUniversity of California-Kearney Agricultural Research and Extension CenterRats, Deer MIceDiphacinone, Chlorophacinone 2013-01-01
Development and Evaluation of the VPCRAC Website for Vertebrate Pest Research InformationUniversity of California Cooperative ExtensionVertebraten/a 2009-01-01
Economic damage of non predator vertebrate pestsUniversity of California - BerkeleyBirds Mammals 2009-12-03

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