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INTRODUCED BROWSING MAMMALS IN NEW ZEALAND NATURAL FORESTS: ABOVEGROUND AND BELOWGROUND CONSEQUENCES
Forest dwelling browsing mammals, notably feral goats and deer, have been introduced to New Zealand over the past 220 years; prior to this such mammals were absent from New Zealand. The New Zealand… Expand
PLANT REMOVALS IN PERENNIAL GRASSLAND: VEGETATION DYNAMICS, DECOMPOSERS, SOIL BIODIVERSITY, AND ECOSYSTEM PROPERTIES
The consequences of permanent loss of species or species groups from plant communities are poorly understood, although there is increasing evidence that individual species effects are important in… Expand
Achatina fulica Bowdich and other Achatinidae as pests in tropical agriculture.
Achatinidae are native to Africa. The family is represented by about 200 species in 13 genera. Several species have attained pest status within their native African range when the habitat is modified… Expand
Molluscs as Crop Pests
- G. Barker
- 21 March 2002
Toxocology of chemicals deployment of molluscicides in baits specific crop situations from around the world synopsis of the current pest status of mollusc species or species groups and progress… Expand
Relation between soil classification and bacterial diversity in soils of the Ross Sea region, Antarctica
Abstract Soils of the Ross Sea region of Antarctica are among the least diverse ecosystems on earth. Few plants and animals have colonised these soils, but bacteria are distributed throughout. We… Expand
The Biology of Terrestrial Molluscs
- G. Barker
- 3 September 2001
1: Morphology, phylogeny and systematics, G M Barker, Landcare Research, New Zealand 2: Body wall: form and function, D L Luchtel and I Deyrup-Olsen University of Washington, USA 3: Sensory organs… Expand
Apple snails (Ampullariidae) as agricultural pests: their biology, impacts and management.
Behavioural ecology: on doing the right thing, in the right place at the right time.
Naturalised terrestrial Stylommatophora (Mollusca: Gastropoda)
- G. Barker
- 25 January 1999
The naturalised terrestrial gastropod fauna of New Zealand is shown to comprise a total of 29 species representing 11 stylommatophoran families. Taxa previously recognised in New Zealand's… Expand