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Wildlife

Iophenoxic acid as a quantitative bait marker for rabbits

Hartley, F. G., and T. L. Hamilton. "Iophenoxic acid as a quantitative bait marker for rabbits." Gibier Faune Sauvage 14, no. 3 (1997): 395-403.

The endocrinology of gestation failure in foxes (Vulpes vulpes)

Hartley, F. G. L., B. K. Follett, S. Harris, D. Hirst, and A. S. McNeilly. "The endocrinology of gestation failure in foxes (Vulpes vulpes)." Journal of Reproduction and Fertility 100, no. 2 (1994): 341-346.

Wildlife: DNA

Webster, L. M. I. "Wildlife: DNA." In Wiley Encyclopedia of Forensic Science, edited by A. Jamieson and A. A. Moenssens. Chichester: John Wiley, 2014.

A decade of monitoring anticoagulant rodenticide use and non-target wildlife exposure in Scotland

Hughes, J., E. A. Sharp, and M. J. Taylor. "A decade of monitoring anticoagulant rodenticide use and non-target wildlife exposure in Scotland." In SETAC Europe Science Symposium “Environmental Risk Assessment of Biocides”, Brussels., 2011.

Monitoring Plant Protection Product and Rodenticide Use and Wildlife Exposure in Scotland

Hughes, J., E. A. Sharp, M. J. Taylor, and L. M. Melton. Monitoring Plant Protection Product and Rodenticide Use and Wildlife Exposure in Scotland. 23rd SETAC (Society of Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry) Europe Congress, Glasgow., 2013.

Resurrecting the Dodo: Positive control DNA for species identification

Webster, L. M. I., and R. McEwing. "Resurrecting the Dodo: Positive control DNA for species identification." Forensic Science International: Genetics Supplement Series 4, no. 1 (2013): e140-e141.

Pesticide Poisoning of Animals in 2012

A report of investigations in Scotland

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2013
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