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The origin and history of New Zealand's terrestrial vertebrates

@inproceedings{Tennyson2010TheOA,
  title={The origin and history of New Zealand's terrestrial vertebrates},
  author={A. Tennyson},
  year={2010}
}
Since the 1980s, morphological and molecular research has resulted in significant advances in understanding the relationships and origins of the recent terrestrial vertebrate fauna in the New Zealand biogeographic region. This research has led to many taxonomic changes, with a significant increase in the number of bird and reptile species recognised. It has also resulted in the recognition of several more Holocene (<10 000 years ago) bird species extinctions. The conclusion that Holocene… Expand
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