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Forest Vines to Snow Tussocks: The Story of New Zealand Plants

Figure 1 The broad patterns of vegetation at the time of European settlement in New Zealand in the 19th Century. It is believed that the areas of fern and shrubland, short tussock grassland and lowland tall tussock grassland were largely forested before the Maori settled in New Zealand 1000 years earlier. This is discussed in Chapter 7

Figure 1 The broad patterns of vegetation at the time of European settlement in New Zealand in the 19th Century. It is believed that the areas of fern and shrubland, short tussock grassland and lowland tall tussock grassland were largely forested before the Maori settled in New Zealand 1000 years earlier. This is discussed in Chapter 7.

Figure 1 The broad patterns of vegetation at the time of European settlement in New Zealand in the 19th Century. It is believed that the areas of fern and shrubland, short tussock grassland and lowland tall tussock grassland were largely forested before the Maori settled in New Zealand 1000 years earlier. This is discussed in Chapter 7.