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Assessment and management of hare impact on high-altitude vegetation
(New Zealand Department of Conservation, 1999-06)
Responses of the native skink Leiolopisma maccanni to two pest control baits
(Bio-Protection & Ecology Division, Lincoln University, 1995-06)
This study investigated the attractiveness of two vertebrate pest baits (nontoxic RS5 and Pindone-impregnated AgTech) to captive skinks Leiolopisma maccanni. The trial was conducted in January 1995 by the Department of ...
Cholecalciferol as an alternative toxin for the control of bait-shy possums in the Mackenzie Basin
(Lincoln University. Bio-Protection & Ecology Division, 1993-06)
The objective of this trial was to assess the effectiveness of cholecalciferol as a toxin for control of free-ranging, bait-shy possums in the MacKenzie Basin. A field trial was undertaken between January and March 1993 ...
Behavioural exclusion of chamois by thar in the Southern Alps
(Lincoln University. Ecology and Entomology Group., 1997-04)
Assessment of the extent of alpine areas being utilised as possum habitat in Westland
(Lincoln University. Soil, Plant and Ecological Sciences Division., 2000-05)
"Possumbuster" bait stations for possum control in water catchment areas
(Lincoln University. Bio-Protection & Ecology Division., 1995-10)
Evaluation of eye-spot balloons in a Canterbury vineyard
(Lincoln University. Bio-Protection & Ecology Division., 1995-04)
The potential for eradication of hedgehogs (Erinaceus europaeus) from Quail Island, Banks Peninsula
(Lincoln University. Ecology and Entomology Group, 2000-02)
European hedgehogs (Erinaceus europaeus) are the most abundant mammal species remaining on Quail Island in Lyttelton Harbour. They are likely to be impacting on the existing native fauna of the island and will impede any ...