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Teucridium parvifolium Hook.F.; cryptic, ephemeral or disappearing species?
(Canterbury Botanical Society., 2001-12)
Lack of information on threatened species often causes confusion over their degree of rarity especially where species are widespread but sparse. Teucridium parvifolium is such a species but may be one that is more common ...
Ecology of long-tailed bats Chalinolobus tuberculatus (Forster, 1844) in the Waitakere Ranges: implications for monitoring
(Lincoln University, 2001)
The long-tailed bat (Chalinolobus tuberculatus) is a threatened species endemic to New Zealand. Historical anecdotes indicate that long-tailed bat populations have declined. However, it is unknown if all populations have ...
How do threats to Canterbury plants potentially lead to extinction
(Canterbury Botanical Society, 2002)
This article looks at some of the threats, decline and potential extinction facing Canterbury's unique flora. The author uses an analogy of marine disasters and extinction of biological species, as both involve similar ...
Spatial distribution of the rodent population at Boundary Stream Mainland Island and determination of the efficacy of different baits used for rodent control
(Lincoln University, 2008)
Poison operations are a widely used technique for rodent control in the indigenous forests of New Zealand. This study examined the bait-take and rat monitoring data obtained for continuous poison operations at Boundary ...