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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 ...
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 ...