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New Zealand Threat Classification Series

Latest publication: October 2022

38. Conservation status of selected species of non-lichenised agarics, boletes and russuloid fungi in Aotearoa New Zealand, 2021
By: Jerry A. Cooper, Peter K. Buchanan, Pat Leonard, Lois Allison-Cooper, Peter Johnston, Mahajabeen Padamsee, Eric McKenzieand Pascale Michel. New Zealand Threat Classification Series 38. Department of Conservation, Wellington. 49 p. (PDF, 844K)

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Science for Conservation Series

Latest publication: August 2022

337: Current applications and future promise of genetic/genomic data for conservation in an Aotearoa New Zealand context
By: Natalie J. Forsdick, Clare I.M. Adams, Alana Alexander (Ngāpuhi: Te Hikutu), Anna C. Clark, Levi Collier-Robinson (Ngāi Tahu, Ngāti Porou, Te Whānau-ā-Apanui, Ngāti Apa ki te Rā Tō), Ilina Cubrinovska, Max Croll Dowgray, Eddy J. Dowle, Laura Duntsch, Stephanie J. Galla, Lucy Howell, Molly Magid, Aisling Rayne, Alexander J.F. Verry, Jana R. Wold and Tammy E. Steeves. Science for Conservation 337. 57 p. (PDF, 3,012K)

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DOC Research & Development Series

Latest publication: August 2022

366. Potential climate change effects on New Zealand marine mammals: a review
By: Jim O. Roberts, Hannah R. Hendriks
DOC Research and Development Series 366, 2022. 37 p. (PDF, 2,402K)

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Threatened Species Recovery Plans

Latest publication: December 2018

64. Kiwi (Apteryx spp.) recovery plan 2018–2028. J. Germano, S. Barlow, I. Castro, R. Colbourne, M. Cox, C. Gillies, K. Hackwell, J. Harawira, M. Impey, A. Reuben, H. Robertson, J. Scrimgeour, W. Sporle, S. Yong. Threatened Species Recovery Plan 64. 64 p. (PDF, 1,377K)

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Heritage Assessment Series

Latest publication: December 2018

4. Otago Central Rail Trail: heritage assessment. Paul Mahoney. Heritage Assessment Series 4. 38p. (PDF, 2,577K)

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