The National Institute of Water and Atmospheric Research (NIWA) in New Zealand has a whole host of exceptional identification guides for the creatures that live in, on, and around their national coastlines. I've been going back over photos I took when we were living the Kiwi life in 2014 and have they've helped with a number of identifications, as well as just generally being an interesting resource to read through.
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- 29 May 2020
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