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Pesticides Pose Major Risk to Invertebrate Species
A new science paper indicates that agricultural pesticides, even when used at levels considered safe, can cause devastating losses of invertebrate species.

According to a new study published in the in Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, pesticide use is reducing the diversity of aquatic insects and other invertebrates at a rapid rate.

 
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Hydrologists Blame Toxin Used to Kill Fish for Parkinson's Diagnoses - The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency had asked manufacturers to voluntarily cancel the use of rotenone as a pesticide in homes and for agriculture, where it had been used as an insecticide and piscicide (fish killer) since 1947. Rotenone’s safety for humans has, in fact, been called into question since the mid-’70s.


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