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

Chapter 4

Chapter 4

60. Tanekaha is absent from the southern North Island.

61. The nikau reaches its southern limit on the Chatham Islands at 44°S.

62. Greenwood, R. M. and Atkinson, I. A. E. 1977. 'Evolution of the divaricating plants of New Zealand in relation to moa browsing.' Proc. N. Z. Ecol. Soc. 24: 21-33.

63. Cockayne, L. 1928. 'The Vegetation of New Zealand — Die Vegetation der Erde XIV.' Engelmann, Leipzig (Ed. 2).

64. McKelvey, P. J. 1963. 'The synecology of the West Taupo indigenous forests.' N. Z. Forest Service Bull. 14. Government Printer, Wellington.

65. McKelvey, P. J. 1973. 'The pattern of the Urewera Forests.' Forest Research Institute, Technical paper 59.

66. Cameron, R. J. 1955. 'Mosaic or cyclical regeneration in North Island podocarp forests.' N. Z. Journ. For. 7: 55-65.

67. Beveridge, A. E. 1973. 'Regeneration of podocarps in a central North Island forest.' N. Z. Journ. For. 18: 23-35.

68. Poole, A. L. 1937. 'A brief ecological survey of the Pukekura State Forest, South Westland.' N. Z. Journ. For. 4: 78-85.

69. Holloway, J. T. 1954. 'Forests and climates in the South Island of New Zealand.' Trans. Roy. Soc. N. Z. 82: 329-410.

70. Wardle P. 1963. 'The regeneration gap of New Zealand gymnosperms.' N. Z. Journ. Bot. 1: 301-15.

71. Robbins, R. G. 1962. 'The podocarp-broadleaf forests of New Zealand.' Trans. Roy. Soc. N. Z. Botany I: 33-75.

72. Havel, J. J. 1971. 'The Araucaria forests of New Guinea and their regenerative capacity.' Journ. Ecol. 59: 203-14.

73. Whitmore, T. C. 1966. 'The social status of Agathis in a rain forest in Melanesia.' Journ. Ecol. 54: 285-301.

74. Veblen, T. T. and Stewart, G. H. 1982. 'On the conifer regeneration gap in New Zealand: The dynamics of Libocedrus bidwillii stands on the South Island.' Journ. Ecol. 70: 413-36.

75. Whitmore, T. C. 1975. Tropical Rain Forests of the Far East. Clarendon, Oxford.

76. Jones, E. W. 1956. 'Ecological studies on the rain forest of Southern Nigeria IV. The plateau forest of the Okumu Forest Reserve.' Journ. Ecol. 44: 83-117.

77. The terrestrial form is probably a distinct species. (See Eagle's Trees and Shrubs of New Zealand. Second Series).

78. Bieleski, R. L. 1959. 'Factors affecting growth and distribution of the kauri.' Aust. Journ. Bot. 7: 252- 94.

79. Esler, A. E. and Rumball, P. J. 1975. 'Gumland Vegetation at Kaikohe, Northland, New Zealand.' N. Z. Journ. Bot. 13: 425-36.

80. Kumarahou flowers rubbed together with water form a sort of lather.

81. Cheeseman, T. F. 1896. 'On the flora of the North Cape District.' Trans. N. Z. Inst. 29: 333-85.

82. Silver pine is replaced by yellow silver pine (Lagarostrobus intermedium) in western Southland and Stewart Island.

83. Mark, A. F. and Smith, P. M. F. 1975. 'A lowland vegetation sequence in South Westland: Pakihi bog to mixed beech-podocarp forest. Part. I: The principal strata.' Proc. N. Z. Ecol. Soc. 22: 76-89.

84. Rigg, H. H. 1962. 'The pakihi bogs of Westport, New Zealand.' Trans. Roy. Soc. N. Z. Botany I: 91-108.

85. Baylis, G. T. S. 1948. 'Vegetation of Great Island, Three Kings group. Rec. Auck. Inst. Mus. 3: 239-52.

86. Oliver, W. R. B. 1948. 'The Flora of the Three Kings Islands.' Rec. Auck. Inst. Mus. 3: 211-88

87. Wright, A. E. 1983. 'Conservation status of the Three Kings Islands flora in 1982.' Rec. Auck. Inst. Mus. 20: 175-84.