Campbell Island Nature Reserve Trip, 22 November - 12 December, 2010
For most botanists the best experience is being out in the field, an admirable opportunity to view flora and fauna in their natural environment, and of course collect specimens and data. Between 22nd November and 12th December 2010, team leader Dr Janice Lord, PhD student Lorna Little, senior Technical Officer Vickey Tomlinson, and Department of Conservation representative Lynne Huggins spent time on Campbell Island, some 700 km south of Bluff. Plant taxa they spotted included Stilbocarpa, Hebe, Pleurophyllum hookeri, Pleurophyllum criniferum and Pleurophyllum speciosum (which flowered before they left), Bulbinella rossii, and Anisotome. Here are Lynne, Lorna, Janice and Vickey outside the wharf sheds.
Vickey Tomlinson, “Campbell Island Nature Reserve Trip, 22 November - 12 December, 2010,” ourheritage.ac.nz | OUR Heritage, accessed January 18, 2022, https://otago.ourheritage.ac.nz/items/show/8747.
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