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Toxicity to birds

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Bird toxicity testing is not considered necessary

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According to chapter R16 of the “Guidance on information requirements and chemical safety assessment” published by ECHA (2008), a substance can be assessed in a first step based on classification on the basis of mammalian toxicity data whether it has a potential to cause toxic effects if accumulated in higher organisms. For substances that are classified as Very Toxic (T+) or Toxic (T) or harmful (Xn) with at least one of the risk phrases R48, R60, R61, R62, R63 or R64, secondary poisoning is a relevant route of exposure. As the test substance is not classified as toxic or harmful, the substance is not considered to cause toxic effects in predators. Additionally, there was no indication of bioaccumulation potential (BCF of 6.2) and thus the test substance is not considered to cause hazard to predators. Thus, considering animal welfare, an experimental study with birds is not necessary.