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Faecal residues of veterinary parasiticides: Non-target effects in the pasture environment

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JournalAnnual Review of Entomology
DatePublished - Jan 2005
Volume50
Number of pages26
Pages (from-to)153-179
Original languageEnglish

Abstract

Residues of veterinary parasiticides in dung of treated livestock have nontarget effects on dung-breeding insects and dung degradation. Here, we review the nature and extent of these effects, examine the potential risks associated with different classes of chemicals, and describe how greater awareness of these nontarget effects has resulted in regulatory changes in the registration of veterinary products.

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  • drugs, livestock, excretion, dung, environmental consequences, SUSTAINED-RELEASE BOLUS, DUNG INSECT COMMUNITIES, CATTLE DUNG, FLIES DIPTERA, POUR-ON, IVERMECTIN RESIDUES, LARVICIDAL ACTIVITY, DIASTELLOPALPUS-QUINQUEDENS, INJECTABLE FORMULATIONS, MACROCYCLIC LACTONES

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