Investigation into the utility of flying foxes as bioindicators for environmental metal pollution reveals evidence of diminished lead but significant cadmium exposure.

Laura A. Pulscher, Rachael Gray, Robert McQuilty, Karrie Rose, Justin Welbergen, David N. Phalen

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Pharmacology, Toxicology and Pharmaceutical Science