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Endemic biodiversity, natural enemies, and the future of biological control
(Montana State University, 2000)
In recent public comment on proposed introductions for biological control of weeds in New Zealand, the issues of dilution of endemic biodiversity and homogenization of the fauna, have been raised as a reason for not ...
The taxonomy and systematics of New Zealand lycosidae (wolf spiders)
(Lincoln University, 2002)
The 27 species of Lycosidae found in New Zealand were revised. One species in the genus Allotrochosina Roewer, 1960; twenty species in the genus Anoteropsis L. Koch, 1878, of which 11 were new species (alpina, hlesti, ...
Host-parasite coevolution in New Zealand: how has Odontacarus, a mite with a free-living stage in its life-cycle, coevolved with its skink host?
(Lincoln University, 2006)
The effect of a free-living stage in host-parasite coevolution: a skink mite phylogenetic study in New Zealand. During the last decade, phylogenetic trees have even been used to compare ecologically related taxa such as ...