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STUDY QUESTIONS FOR MODULE THREE
CHAPTER THREE
HOUSE MOUSE
1.
In 6 months, one pair of house mice can eat about 4 pounds of food and deposit about
droppings.
A. 400
B. 1,800
C. 4,000
D. 18,000
2.
When mice infest food, the greatest loss is not what mice eat, but what is thrown out because of
A. True
B. False
3.
Which of the following is not true about mice:
A. Mice principly breed in spring
B. Mice are mostly active at night
C. Females can produce up to 50 young per year
D. Mice seldom travel 30 feet from their nest
E. Mice are nibblers, feeding 20 or more times per night
4.
Mice will avoid anything new that appears in their territory.
A. True
B. False
5.
Mouse control is difficult because:
A. They can squeeze through openings slightly larger than l/Cinch
B. There can be many nests in an infested building
C. They have a very high reproductive potential
D. All of the above
6.
The key difference in baiting mice in contrast to rats is:
A. You need to apply many small bait placements
B. You must use water baits
C. You need to wait weeks for mice to stop avoiding the "new" bait
D. Baits are not effective against mice
7.
Tracking powders should be applied in a layer less than l/16-inch deep for control of mice.
A. True
B. False
8.
Mouse traps should be placed:
A. About 6 inches away from a wall
B. Every 30 feet
C. Along walls, behind objects, and in dark corners
D. In the center of infested rooms
For Answers refer to Appendix A
Module Three Chapter 3, Pg 8





 


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