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The Journal of hygiene

Evaluation of coumatetralyl against two predominant murid species.


PMID 4008919

Abstract

Coumatetralyl was evaluated in the laboratory against Bandicota bengalensis and Rattus rattus. Feeding tests with 0.0375% coumatetralyl baits produced 100% mortality after a single day feeding period in B. bengalensis and after a 10-day period in R. rattus. The anticoagulant bait is less palatable in comparison to plain bait. In the case of R. rattus, LFP50 and LFP98 and their 95% confidence limits were 3.89 (2.62-5.77) days and 11.22 (6.1-20.65) days respectively. Median period of survival and its 95% confidence limits of B. bengalensis and R. rattus were 4.7 (3.85-5.7) days and 11.2 (9.33-13.44) days respectively.

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