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Diversity and succession of adventive and indigenous vascular understorey plants in Pinus radiata plantation forests in New Zealand
Abstract The vegetation of Pinus radiata plantation forests in New Zealand was studied to examine how the indigenous flora has responded to this novel habitat. A chronosequence of stands about 5, 16Expand
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New Zealand's exotic plantation forests as habitats for threatened indigenous species
The contribution of exotic plantation forests to the conservation of New Zealand's flora and fauna is a somewhat controversial issue, partly because the establishment of some plantations involved theExpand
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Worldwide Host Plants of the Highly Polyphagous, Invasive Epiphyas postvittana (Lepidoptera: Tortricidae)
ABSTRACT The light brown apple moth, Epiphyas postvittana (Walker) (Lepidoptera: Tortricidae), is a highly successful biological invader. It was accidentally introduced to several countriesExpand
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Floristic changes over 30 years in a Canterbury Plains k ä nuka forest remnant , and comparison with adjacent vegetation types
The Canterbury Plains have lost most of their pre-Polynesian indigenous vegetation, primarily forest and shrubland. One of the few remaining areas is the 2.3 ha Eyrewell Scientific Reserve whichExpand
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Botany of Rotorua
Botany of Rotorua is compiled by Bruce D. Clarkson, Mark C. Smale and Chris E. Ecroyd and was published in 1991 by Forest Research Institute, Rotorua. The retail price is $39.95. This well-laid-outExpand
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Hydrocotyle bowlesioides (Araliaceae/Apiaceae), a new naturalised plant in New Zealand
Abstract Hydrocotyle bowlesioides, first collected in New Zealand in 1984, is recorded as a new naturalised species in New Zealand. It has been found growing in disturbed coastal habitats on the eastExpand
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Importance of arboreta for ex situ conservation of threatened trees
Threats to biodiversity continue to increase worldwide and the conservation of biodiversity through in situ and complementary ex situ measures are more important than ever. Here we studied theExpand
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