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EC number: 208-762-8
CAS number: 540-97-6
There are no data describing the long-term toxicity of the registered
substance to terrestrial arthropods.
However, an earthworm reproduction test (OECD 222) and a soil
microorganism test (OECD 216) have been conducted with the registration
No effects were observed in the tests and the test substance showed
analytical recoveries close to the nominal concentrations during the
earthworm study, therefore the test organisms are expected to have been
exposed to significant concentrations of test substance.
As no effects were observed, no PNECsoil was derived.
The earthworm is the standard organism for soil macroorganisms and there
is no indication that arthropods would be any more susceptible,
therefore the data generated from the earthworm reproduction test and
soil microorganism test are considered to be suitable to derive hazard
and risk assessment under REACH for D6 and the requirement for further
tests with terrestrial arthropods is waived.
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