Pest Control Research sells four monitoring devices that are used to determine the presence and population density of possum, rat and stoat populations. These are:
- WaxTags. These are plastic tags that contain a lump of soft wax at their base that accurately records animal tooth-marks left when they bite the wax to determine if it is edible.
- Chew Cards. These are corrugated plastic (corflute) cards that contain Possum Dough that record animal bite-marks when animals eat the Possum Dough.
- Tracking Tunnels. These are plastic tunnels that contain a card partially covered with tracking ink that records animal foot-prints.
- Leg-hold Traps. These are used to determine possum densities based on the proportion of traps that capture possums.
Chew Card - Aniseed
A multi-species detection device containing aniseed flavoured Possum Dough.
Chew Card - Peanut
A multi-species detection device containing peanut flavoured Possum Dough.
Foot print Tracking Ink in container with sponge applicator.
A totally waterproof notebook made with plastic pages that can be used underwater.