Report 
  Title  
  Indoxacarb Resistance In The German Cockroach After Bait Selection
  Key Words  
  Cross-resistance, Blattella germanica, pyrethroid.
  Author  
  Ling-Hui Ang, Nazni Wasi Ahmad, And Chow-Yang Lee
  Abstract  
  In this study, we examined the resistance status of six field-collected strains from Singapore to eight insecticides, as well as the resistance of the parental through F5 generations after they were selected with indoxacarb bait. All strains showed no resistance to acetamiprid (0.71.9x), imidacloprid (1.62.5x), chlorantraniliprole (2.34.0x), and bendiocarb (2.12.7x); low levels of resistance to indoxacarb (2.59.9x) and chlorpyrifos (2.68.7x); and moderate levels of resistance to DDT (>2.6x) and deltamethrin (5.855.6x). Very low resistance levels were detected in the indoxacarb bait assay test. Cross-resistance between deltamethrin and indoxacarb was found where LD50 and RR50 values for deltamethrin and indoxacarb were positively correlated (P < 0.01). Subsequent selection with indoxacarb bait on three strains significantly (P < 0.05) increased indoxacarb resistance (up to >30x), but it reduced deltamethrin resistance.