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OPP Pesticide Ecotoxicity Database


             The Ecological Fate and Effects Division of the USEPA Office of Pesticide Programs is continuing efforts to update the database with all EPA reviewed ecotoxicity endpoints for pesticides registered or previously registered in the U.S. Toxicity data on over 800 active ingredients, metabolites, and multi- ingredient formulations are presently included in the database. The toxicity data inputed into the database is compiled from actual studies reviewed by EPA in conjunction with pesticide registration or reregistration and studies performed by USEPA, USDA and USFWS laboratories which have been reviewed by Agency biologists and judged acceptable for use in the ecological risk assessment process. The database presently contains over 21,000 records for acute and chronic toxicity endpoints on terrestrial and aquatic plants, aquatic invertebrates, terrestrial invertebrates, insects, amphibians, fish, birds, reptiles, and wild mammals. The database is presented in Microsoft ACCESS and contains 35 fields per record entry. Each record entry summarizes one ecotoxicity study for a single species or one toxicity endpoint from a multiple species study and includes EPA tracking information regarding that study submission.

For further information contact Brian Montague, U. S. Environmental Protection Agency (7507C), Ariel Rios Building, 1200 Pennsylvania Ave., N.W., Washington, D.C.,20460. Phone:703-305-6438 FAX:703-305-6309

EMAIL Address: Montague.Brian@epamail.epa.gov



Caution Statement

Guidance for Database Use (pdf file)

Database Access

Download the full Access database in Ecotox.zip (7.4 MB updated 07/01/2014).


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Logo: USDA This system developed and managed by the NSF Center for IPM as the National Information System of the Regional Integrated Pest Management Centers, and is sponsored by the United States Department of Agriculture, National Institute of Food and Agriculture. The NSF Center for IPM is co-located with the Southern Region IPM Center at North Carolina State University, 1730 Varsity Drive, Suite 110, Raleigh, NC 27606.
Last updated: August 20, 2014