Struggling to identify the diversity of seaweeds on your local shoreline? This book will definitely help. A photographic guide, written by NZ's seaweed expert, Wendy Nelson, provides information about identification and ecology of NZ's marine plants.
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We provide a window into marine research at the University of Otago. The Centre showcases local marine life and offers marine education programmes for all ages.
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Written and photographed by our very own Steve Wing, this is a book worth having. Although most of the species are subtidal, some are also found in the intertidal zone and there are very good general descriptions of the different invertebrate groups.
Seashells: A Life-size Photo Guide to More Than 100 of New Zealand's M
Fishpond New Zealand, Seashells: A Life-size Photo Guide to More Than 100 of New Zealand's Most Common and Striking Seashells (Nature Flip Guides) by Andrew CroweBuy . Books online: Seashells: A Life-size Photo Guide to More Than 100 of New Zealand's Most Common and Striking Seashells (Nature Flip Guides), 2008, Fishpond.co.nz
New Zealand Marine Life Application just released by Auckland Museum will be a great help when trying to identify marine creatures on the New Zealand seahore. It features 130 of the most common coastal-dwelling marine mammals, reptiles, fish, shellfish, invertebrates, seaweeds and plants. This easy-to-use reference combines stunning imagery with information on each of the featured animal or plant’s biology, identifying characteristics, diet, habitat, native and endangered status.