Sydneys Best Pest Control

Rat, Mice, Possum, or Cockroach Droppings?

 

 

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Common
Brushtail Possum pellets
(Photo: Peter Canty)

Common
Ringtail Possum pellets
(Photo: Peter Canty)

Black Rat
pellets
(Photo: Peter Canty)
Common Brushtail Possums produce cylindrical
pellets (droppings) that vary in size and colour due to their wide variety
of diet. The pellets are usually found as a group of individual pellets or
may be grouped in clumps or as strings (from hair or plant material
ingested).
Common Ringtail Possums also produce
cylindrical pellets that are generally smaller than those of the Common
Brushtail Possum. The pellets are usually found in groups of 3-6, have a
granulated surface and both ends are usually rounded. Pellet colour varies
with diet.
Rats produce narrow cylindrical pellets with
one or both ends pointed. Pellet colour varies with diet but is commonly
dark brown or black.

 

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Mouse
droppings
Large
Cockroach species Droppings
(www.biokids.umich.edu
German
Cockroach species Droppings
(www.biokids.umich.edu)