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Editor's Choice Collection

New Zealand Journal of Zoology

The diversity of the fauna of the southern continents and oceans is of worldwide interest to researchers in universities, museums, and other centres. The New Zealand Journal of Zoology plays an important role in disseminating information on field-based, experimental, and theoretical research on the zoology of the Southern Hemisphere.

The following articles have been selected by the Editor and are free to view from this collection page until 31 March 2022. Simply click on your article(s) of choice for instant access.

Article Type Authors Year
Echiniscus siticulosus (Echiniscidae: spinulosus group), a new tardigrade from Western Australian scrub Research article Piotr Gąsiorek and Łukasz Michalczyk 2020
Genetic stock structure of New Zealand fish and the use of genomics in fisheries management: an overview and outlook Review article Yvan Papa, Tom Oosting, Noemie Valenza-Troubat, Maren Wellenreuther and Peter A. Ritchie 2020
Patterns of regional endemism among New Zealand invertebrates Review article Briar Taylor-Smith, Mary Morgan-Richards and Steven A. Trewick 2020
Diphacinone with cholecalciferol for controlling possums and ship rats Research article Charles Eason, Lee Shapiro, Candida Eason, Duncan MacMorran and James Ross 2020
A review of the damage caused by invasive wild mammalian herbivores to primary production in New Zealand Review article A. David M. Latham, M. Cecilia Latham, Grant L. Norbury, David M. Forsyth and Bruce Warburton 2020
Ecology and systematics of the wine wētā and allied species, with description of four new Hemiandrus species Research article Steven A. Trewick, Briar Taylor-Smith and Mary Morgan-Richards 2021
Beetle and wētā community responses to mammal eradication on Maungatautari, Waikato, New Zealand Research article Corinne Watts, John Innes, Vanessa Cave, Danny Thornburrow and Stephen Thorpe 2020
Analysis of the conservation status of New Zealand freshwater invertebrates: temporal changes, knowledge gaps, impediments, and management implications Short communication Tom J. Drinan, Natasha P. J. Grainger, Jon S. Harding, Kevin J. Collier, Brian J. Smith, Russell G. Death, Troy Makan and Jeremy R. Rolfe 2021
Evaluating the risk of predation for lizards constrained in live traps Short communication Christopher K. Woolley, Carey Knox and Michael Watson 2021
Environmental DNA as a tool for monitoring Antarctic vertebrates Review article Lucy Howell, Michelle LaRue and Sarah P. Flanagan 2021

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The diversity of the fauna of the southern continents and oceans is of worldwide interest to researchers in universities, museums, and other centres. The New Zealand Journal of Zoology plays an important role in disseminating information on field-based, experimental, and theoretical research on the zoology of the Southern Hemisphere.