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

Chapter 3

Chapter 3

32. Harrison-Smith, J. L. 1938. 'The kauri as a host tree.' N. Z. Journ. For. 4: 173-177.

33. Rhizomes are horizontal stems on or below the surface of a substrate, usually the ground.

34. Sporangia are organs containing spores.

35. Holloway, J. E. 1923. 'Studies in the New Zealand Hymenophyllaceae.' Trans. N. Z. Inst. 54: 577-618.

36. Bird, J. W. 1916. 'Observations on the lianes of the ancient forest of the Canterbury Plains of New Zealand.' Trans. N. Z. Inst. 48: 315-53.

37. Dawson, J. W. 1967. 'A growth habit comparison of Metrosideros and Ficus.' Tuatara 15: 16-24.

38. MacMillan, B. H. 1973. 'Biological flora of New Zealand 7: Ripogonum scandens. Supplejack, Kareao.' N. Z. Journ. Bot. 10: 641-72.

>39. This is a curious phenomenon also to be found in the equally variable leaves of juvenile pokaka (Elaeocarpus hookerianus), juvenile Pittosporum obcordatum, seedling lancewood (Pseudopanax crassifolius) and others.

40. Eagle, Audrey. 1982. Eagle's Trees and Shrubs of New Zealand. Second Series. Collins.

41. Oliver, W. R. B. 1930. 'New Zealand epiphytes.' Journ. Ecol. 18: 1-50.

42. Hatch, E. D. 1948. 'The epiphytic orchids of New Zealand.' Trans. Roy. Soc. N. Z. 78: 101-5.

43. Belkin, J. N. 1968. 'Mosquito studies Vll. The Culicidae of New Zealand.' Contr. Amer. Ento. Inst. 3: 1-180.

44. Kirk, T. 'On the Botany of the Thames gold fields.' Trans. N. Z. Inst. 2: 89-100.

45. Dawson, J. W. 1966. 'Vegetative features of Griselinia lucida. A New Zealand shrub epiphyte.' Tuatara 14: 121-9.

46. Beddie, A. D. 1953. 'Root behaviour in Metrosideros.' Wgtn. Bot. Soc. Bull. 26: 2-6.

47. Druce, A. P. 1971. 'Uncle Rimus and Brer Ratas.' Bull. Wgtn. Bot. Soc. 37: 59-62.

48. Zotov, V. D. 1948. 'Rata the killer.' Tuatara 1: 36-8.

49. Dawson, J. W. 1985. 'Metrosideros bartletti (Myrtaceae) a new species from North Cape, New Zealand.' N. Z. Journ. Bot. 23: 607-10.

50. Pope, A. 1924. 'The role of the tree fern in the New Zealand bush.' N. Z. Journ. Sci. Tech. 7: 52-61.

51. Page, C. N. and Brownsey, P. J. 1986. 'Tree fern skirts — A defence against climbers and large epiphytes.' Journ. Ecol. 74: 787-97.

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53. Fineran, B. A. 1974. 'Parasitic flowering plants.' New Zealand's Nature Heritage 23: 637-41.

54. Moore, L. B. 1940. 'The structure and life history of the root parasite Dactylanthus taylori. N. Z. Journ. Sci. Tech. 21B: 206-24.

55. Philipson, W. R. 'Some observations on root parasitism in New Zealand.' Trans. Roy. Soc. N. Z. 87: 1-3.

56. Barlow, B. A. 'A revision of the Loranthaceae of Australia and New Zealand.' Aust. Journ. Bot. 14: 421-99.

57. Campbell, E. O. 1962. 'The mycorrhiza of Gastrodia cunninghamii.' Trans.; Roy. Soc. N. Z. Bot. 1: 289-96.

58. Campbell, E. O. 1968. 'An investigation of Thismia rodwayi and its associated fungus.' Trans.; Roy. Soc. N. Z. Bot. 3: 209-19

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