1 edition of Ecology and control of rodents in New Zealand nature reserves found in the catalog.
Ecology and control of rodents in New Zealand nature reserves
|Statement||editors, P. R. Dingwall, I. A. E. Atkinson, C. Hay.|
|Series||Information series - Department of Lands and Survey ; no. 4|
|Contributions||Dingwall, P. R., Atkinson, I. A. E., Hay, C., New Zealand. Dept. of Lands and Survey.|
|LC Classifications||SB994.R6 E26|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||237 p. :|
|Number of Pages||237|
|LC Control Number||80471458|
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Norway rats were the first of the European rodents to become established in New Zealand. They came ashore in the late 18th century from North American and European sailing ships.
Ship rats were slow to spread initially due to the establishment of the dominant Norway rat but todayFile Size: KB.The ecology and control of rodents in New Zealand nature reserves, pp.
Information Ser. 4. Information Ser. 4. Department of Lands and Survey, Wellington.