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Toxicity to terrestrial arthropods

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Toxicity to terrestrial arthropods: Supporting study: Fourteen months after trichloroacetic acid treatment, the number of Agriotes obscurus (wireworms) and springtails decreased, but not significantly. Otherwise, the number of millipedes and mites increased. Twenty-six months after trichloroacetic acid treatment, the number of Agriotes sputator (wireworms) decreased, but not significantly.

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Supporting study: Experimental results: Fourteen months after trichloroacetic acid treatment, the number of Agriotes obscurus (wireworms) and springtails decreased, but not significantly. Otherwise, the number of millipedes and mites increased. Twenty-six months after trichloroacetic acid treatment, the number of Agriotes sputator (wireworms) decreased, but not significantly.