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EC number: 267-956-0
CAS number: 67953-76-8
mortality, biomass and the reproductive potential of the earthworm
species Eisenia fetida (Annelida, Lumbricidae) were determined
according to the Guidelines DIN ISO 11268-2 (1998), OECD 222 (2004) and
BBA (1994). The study was conducted under static conditions over 8 weeks
with the test item concentrations 62.5, 125, 250, 500 and 1000 mg test
item/kg soil dry weight, which were mixed into artificial soil
containing 10 % peat and a control using untreated artificial soil. 80
test organisms were inserted into 8 control replicates and 40 test
organisms were divided into 4 replicates for each treatment (10
earthworms per replicate). They had an individual body weight between
0.32 and 0.54 g at experimental starting.
After 28 days of exposure in soil, no
evident earthworm mortalities (< 10%) as well as no evident pathological
symptoms or changes in the behaviour of adult earthworms were observed
in all treatments. Moreover, no statistically significant differences in
earthworm body weights were observed at all test item concentrations
compared to the control. After further four weeks the reproduction rate
(average number of juveniles produced) was 88 in the control and ranged
between 46 and 115 in the test item treatment rates. Compared to the
control, no statistically significant reduction of reproduction was
observed at the test item concentrations 62.5, 125, 250 and 500 mg test
item/kg soil dry weight. However, at 1000 mg test item/kg soil dry
weight the reproduction was statistically significantly reduced.
Overall, the NOEC of the test item concerning mortality, biomass and
reproduction of earthworms was determined to be 500 mg test item/kg soil
dry weight. The EC50- value for reproduction was determined
to be > 1000 mg test item/kg soil dry weight.
28-day NOEC value of 500 mg/kg soil dw for effects of the read-across
substance HEDP-H on reproduction of Eisenia fetida (Noack, 2014).
earthworm study following OECD
Guideline 222 was conducted with etidronic acid (CAS 2909-21-4). The
overall NOEC for etidronic acid was determined as 500 mg/Kg. The results
of the new study well support the previously available results of a
reliability 2 study on earthworm toxicity which determined a 14 d LC50
value of >1000 mg/kg for the effects of HEDP sodium salt on the
terrestrial worm E. foetida. It is also informative regarding the
validity of the equilibrium partitioning approach for similar substances.
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