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Ch004 47 Analysis of the samples by GC-TSD found residues of the organophosphate methidathion in the crop contents (15 ppm) and in the footskin (12 ppm). The feather sample was negative for pesticide residues. These results indicate that the bird fed on an animal that had been exposed to methidathion.. The presence of the insecticide on the footskin indicates that the bird came into direct contact with a surface that had been exposed. This could either be the body of its prey or a perch. Because the feather sample was negative for the presence of organophosphate insecticides it is possible to eliminate preening as the source of the ingested pesticide.
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