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Sunday, 19 June 2016

NZ's Ten Most Endangered Species

1. Maui's dolphin (Cephalorhynchus hector maui)
2. Canterbury knobbled weevil (Hadramphus tuberculatus)
3. Mokohinau stag beetle (Geodorcus ithaginis)
4. Quillwort (Isoetes aff. kirkii)
5. New Zealand fairy tern (Sternula nereis davisae)
6. Limestone cress (Pachycladon exilis)
7. Chesterfield skink (Oligosoma aff. infrapunctatum)
8. Coastal pepper cress (Lepidium banks)
9. Eyelash seaweed (Dione arcuata)
10. Dune swale daphne (Pimelea act)

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