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|Title: ||Invertebrate diversity and abundance in ten Port Hills reserves, Canterbury|
|Author: ||Bowie, Mike H.|
Sirvid, Phil J.
|Date: ||Jun-2004 |
|Publisher: ||Lincoln University. Soil, Plant & Ecological Sciences Division.|
|Series/Report no.: ||Lincoln University wildlife management report ; no. 34|
|Item Type: ||Monograph|
|Abstract: ||Weta motels were used to non-destructively sample cavity-dwelling species to provide a snapshot of forest diversity and health. Another non-destructive sampling method uses wooden discs as facsimiles for natural fallen logs to sample large soil-dwelling insects. This work reports on the invertebrate diversity of ten reserves on the Port Hills using two nondestructive sampling methods; weta motels and wooden discs.|
|Description: ||Prepared for Port Hills Ranger Service, Christchurch City Council.|
|Persistent URL (URI): ||http://hdl.handle.net/10182/684|
|Appears in Collections:||Lincoln University Wildlife Management Report series|
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