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Fig. 18.—Gully passing through a Mountain-beech Forest (Nothofagus cliffortioides). Mount Torlesse, Canterbury. — [Photo, L. Cockayne Fig. 19.—The Fern Polystichum vestitum at outskirts of a Mountain-beech Forest. Fronds 3 ft. in length. Base of Big Ben, Canterbury. — [Photo, L. Cockayne Fig. 27.—The Shore-convolvulus (Calystegia Soldanella), growing on dune, New Brighton, Canterbury. — [Photo, A. H. Cockayne Fig. 31.—The Sand-coprosma (Coprosma acerosa) building a Temporary Dunc. Coast of Canterbury. — Lands Department.] [Photo, L. Cockayne Fig. 38.—Forest (Nothofagus cliffortioides) giving place to Grass-land, the effect of wind. Near Source of River Poulter, Canterbury. — [Photo, L. Cockayne Fig. 46.—The Penwiper Plant (Notothlaspi rosulatum), growing on shingle-slip of a river-terrace. Castle Hill, Canterbury. — [Photo, L. Cockayne Fig. 47.—The Vegetable-sheep (Raoulia eximia), a rather small example, growing on rock rising from shingle-slip. Mount Torlesse, Canterbury — [Photo, L. Cockayne Fig. 54.— Interior of Rata Forest of the Auckland Islands. — Phill. Inst. of Canterbury.] [Photo, S. Page Fig. 55.— Penguins destroying Tussock Meadow. Low forest of Olearia Lyallii in the background, and tussocks. The Snares. — Phil. Inst. of Canterbury.] [Photo, L. Cockyane Fig. 7.—Base of Kahikatea (Podocarpus dacrydioides), showing the rounded buttresses. Ancient forest of Canterbury Plain, Riccarton. — [Photo, L. Cockayne Figure 8.1 Canterbury, main grass and bush fires, summer 1885–86 high-country sheep farming — A typical scene at mustering time on a Canterbury station THE SIREN CELIA


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