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Atkinson, I, Campbell, D, Fitzgerald, B, Flux, J, and Mead, M. 1995. Possums and possum control: effects on lowland forest ecosystems. Wellington: Department of Conservation.

Atkinson, I. 2001. Introduced mammals and models for restoration. Biological Conservation vol 99, pp 81-96.

Biosecurity New Zealand. 2007. Didymo. Retrieved from (14 May 2007).

Conservation International. 2007. Biodiversity Hotspots. Retrieved from (16 April 2007).

Davis, M. 2002. The state of indigenous biodiversity outside Crown conservation lands in New Zealand, unpublished, prepared for the Ministry for the Environment. Wellington: Ministry for the Environment.

Department of Conservation and Ministry for the Environment. 2000. The New Zealand Biodiversity Strategy: Our chance to turn the tide – Whakakōhukihukitia te tai roroku te tai oranga. Wellington: Department of Conservation and Ministry for the Environment.

Gordon, D P (ed). 2007. The New Zealand Inventory of Biodiversity. Volume 1. Kingdom Animalia: radiata, lophotrochozoa, and deuterostomia. Christchurch: Canterbury University Press.

Hitchmough, R. 2002. New Zealand Threat Classification System Lists – 2002. Department of Conservation, Wellington, New Zealand. Retrieved from: (26 July 2007).

Hitchmough, R, Bull, L, Cromarty, P, (compilers). 2007. New Zealand Threat Classification System lists – 2005. Retrieved from: (26 July 2007).

Kilroy, C, Snelder, T, and Sykes, J. 2005. Likely Environments in which the Non-indigenous Freshwater Diatom, Didymosphenia Geminata, Can Survive in New Zealand. Christchurch: National Institute of Water and Atmospheric Research.

Ministry for the Environment. 1997. The State of New Zealand’s Environment 1997. Wellington: Ministry for the Environment and GP Publications.

Ministry for the Environment. 2004. A Snapshot of Council Effort to Address Indigenous Biodiversity on Private Land: A report back to councils. Wellington: Ministry for the Environment.

Moorhouse, R, Greene, T, Dilks, P, Powlesland, R, Moran, L, et al. 2003. Control of introduced mammalian predators improves kākā (Nestor meridionalis) breeding success: Reversing the decline of a threatened New Zealand parrot. Biological Conservation 110, pp 33–44.

Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development. 2007. OECD Environmental Performance Reviews: New Zealand. Paris: OECD Publishing.

Patterson, M, and Cole, A. 1999. Assessing the Value of New Zealand’s Biodiversity. Palmerston North: School of Resource and Environmental Planning, Massey University.

Ramsar Convention. 2007. Key Documents of the Ramsar Convention: The Ramsar list of wetlands of international importance. Retrieved from (11 June 2007).

Robertson, C J R, Hyvonen, P, Fraser, M J, and Pickard, C R. 2007. Atlas of Bird Distribution in New Zealand, 1999–2004. Wellington: The Ornithological Society of New Zealand Incorporated.

Saunders, A, and Norton, D A. 2001. Ecological restoration at mainland islands in New Zealand. Biological Conservation vol 99, pp 109–119.

Worthy, T H. 1987. Palaeoecological information concerning members of the frog genus Leiopelma: Leiopelmatidae in New Zealand. Journal of the Royal Society of New Zealand vol 17, pp 409–420.