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Distribution, habitat associations, and activity patterns of two endemic Banks Peninsula carabid beetles, Mecodema howitti and Megadromus guerinii
(Lincoln University, 2000)
The distribution and ecology of the potentially threatened forest carabid Mecodema howitti Castelnau and the sympatric but more common Megadromus guerinii (Chaudoir) were studied on Banks Peninsula, Canterbury, New Zealand. ...
Spatial modelling of Dragonfly habitats in New Zealand (Odonata : Insecta)
(Lincoln University, 2010)
While New Zealand is poor in Odonata species the seventeen species thus far established have great natural importance (Moore 1989). Ten of them are endemic to the islands representing the country. Those include four genera ...
Himalayan thar in New Zealand: issues in management of an introduced mammal : Report presented in partial fulfilment of the degree of Master of Science in Resource Management Centre for Resource Management, University of Canterbury.
(Lincoln College, University of Canterbury, 1985)
The Himalayan thar hemitragus jemlahicus is a large goat-like animal native to the central Himalayas. Thar were introduced to the South Island of New Zealand in 1904 to provide sport for New Zealanders and visitors from ...
The conservation and ecology of Ischnocarpus exilis and I. novae-zelandiae, two threatened New Zealand cresses
(Lincoln University, 2002)
Sixty-five percent of New Zealand's threatened plants are herbaceous, yet herbaceous species have received relatively little research attention. Very little experimental work is done to scientifically test hypotheses thought ...