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Do bromadiolone treatments to control grassland water voles (Arvicola scherman) affect small mustelid abundance?

Abstract : The use of pesticides can affect non-target species by causing population declines through indirect intoxication. Small mustelids (SMs; weasels, Mustela nivalis L.; stoats, Mustela erminea L.) consume water voles (WVs, Arvicola scherman S.) and can be exposed to bromadiolone, an anticoagulant rodenticide used in some countries to reduce WV damage to grasslands. Here, we investigated whether bromadiolone affected SM abundance.
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Javier Fernandez-De-Simon, Michael Coeurdassier, Geoffroy Couval, Isabelle Fourel, Patrick Giraudoux. Do bromadiolone treatments to control grassland water voles (Arvicola scherman) affect small mustelid abundance?. Pest Management Science, Wiley, 2019, 75 (4), pp.900-907. ⟨10.1002/ps.5194⟩. ⟨hal-01874116⟩

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