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The impact of selective beech (Nothofagus spp.) harvest on litter-dwelling invertebrates and the process of litter decomposition
(Lincoln University, 1999)
Minimising the potential impact of forest management requires an understanding of the key elements that maintain forest diversity and its role in ecological processes. Invertebrates are the most diverse of all biota and ...
A study of the ecology and potential of two species of New Zealand hover fly (Diptera: Syrphidae) to biologically control pests in arable crops
(Lincoln University, 1996)
Two of the species of hover fly native to New Zealand, Melangyna novaezelandiae (Maquart) and Melanostoma fasciatum (Maquart) produce larvae which are aphidophagous and are potentially important in arable crops as bio-control ...