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Enhancing nectar provision in vineyard habitats for the endemic New Zealand butterfly, Lycaena salustius
(New Zealand Ecological Society, 2013)
Nectar is an important factor influencing the level and persistence of butterfly populations, but particular sources of nectar may not be optimal for all species. In a farmland context, it is not always clear whether nectar ...
Life histories, dispersal, invasions, and global change: progress and prospects in New Zealand ecology, 1989–2029
(New Zealand Ecological Society., 2010)
We highlight three areas of significant progress in ecology since 1989 which are particularly relevant to New Zealand, and three major challenges for the next two decades. Progress: (1) The unusual life histories of New ...
Feathers to Fur: the status of New Zealand ecological research in 2009
(New Zealand Ecological Society, 2010)
We outline the scope of this special issue of New Zealand Journal of Ecology, which reviews progress in New Zealand ecology to 2009, based on a symposium in 2007. Both the issue and symposium update a 1986 conference and ...