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A study of plant succession at Lake Manapouri
(Lincoln College, University of Canterbury, 1974)
This study was undertaken to assess the ability of native plants to revegetate areas disturbed during the development of the Lake Manapouri Power Scheme. Description of the main trends in plant succession was complimented ...
Edaphic ecology of Festuca novae-zelandiae, Lotus pedunculatus and Trifolium repens on Craigieburn high country yellow-brown earth & related soils
(Lincoln College, University of Canterbury, 1987)
Fescue tussock (Festuca novae-zelandiae) dominates the physiognomy of the largest indigenous grassland association in New Zealand. Little is known regarding the population biology and edaphic ecology of the tussock. For ...
The ecology of the Ellesmere Lake flats : a study of edaphic succession
(Canterbury Agricultural College, University of New Zealand, 1950)
Lake Ellesmere is a large, shallow, non-tidal lagoon in Canterbury, New Zealand, lying to the west of Bank’s Peninsula, and separated on its southern side from the Pacific Ocean by a narrow shingle spit, through which the ...
Coleoptera of beetles of the Chatham Islands in the collections of the Department of the Entomology and Animal Ecology
(Lincoln University. Department of Entomology and Animal Ecology, 1993-11)
The Entomology Museum of Lincoln University contains a substantial collection of insect specimens from the Chatham Islands. The Coleoptera are particularly well represented and are maintained in about 50 standard insect ...
Insects of Mount Cook National Park
(Lincoln College, University of Canterbury, 1980)
The insect fauna of Mount Cook National Park was surveyed between 1975 and 1977. All of the major areas of the Park were visited and most vegetation types sampled for insects, although effort was concentrated in the alpine ...
Aspects of the biology of the grain aphid, Macrosiphum miscanthi Tak. 1921
(Lincoln College, University of Canterbury, 1970)
Wherever cereals are grown, insect pests will be found damaging the crop. A recent issue of a commercial journal stated that world production of cereals is over 566 million tons, with estimated world losses from insect ...
Travis Marsh: invertebrate inventory and analysis
(Lincoln University. Department of Entomology and Animal Ecology, 1998-04)
Travis Marsh (next to New Brighton) being large (about 130 ha) and urban has much potential for recreation, education and research compared to the only other similarly diverse and large sites (L. Wairarapa, Taupo Marsh, ...
Lincoln University entomological expedition to Pitt Island
(Lincoln University. Department of Entomology and Animal Ecology, 1991-12)
The expedition had two objectives: 1. To search for the Pitt Island longhorn beetle, Xylotoles costatus and determine its distribution, abundance and conservation status. 2. To undertake general entomological survey work, ...
Toxicological studies on the Argentine stem weevil, Hyperodes bonariensis
(Lincoln College, University of Canterbury, 1966)
In recent years, the Argentine Stem Weevil, Hyperodes bonariensis Kusch. (frontispiece) has been found to be a very serious pest of pastures, cereals and brassica crops throughout the high fertility areas of New Zealand. ...
Amychus candezei Chatham Islands click beetle a manual with aids to identification and suggestions for simple population monitoring
(Lincoln University. Department of Entomology and Animal Ecology, 1993)
A manual with aids to identification and suggestions for simple population monitoring.