Lammerlaw Range

The Lammerlaw Range is in the Otago region of New Zealand.[1] It is an important watershed. The origins of the placename are Scottish. Windfarms have been sited in the area. The area includes distinctive geology including ribbon fens and peat habitats.[2] The Lammerlaw and Lammermoor Ranges also include tussock grasslands.[3] Parts of the ranges are in Te Papanui Conservation Park. The endangered Eldon's galaxias (Galaxias eldoni) is found in the range.

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References

  1. "Marine Regions · Lammerlaw Range (Mountain range)". www.marineregions.org.
  2. Rapson, G. L.; Sykes, Martin T.; Lee, William G.; Hewitt, Allan E.; Agnew, A. D. Q.; Wilson, J. Bastow (January 1, 2006). "Subalpine gully‐head ribbon fens of the Lammerlaw and Lammermoor Ranges, Otago, New Zealand". New Zealand Journal of Botany. 44 (4): 351–375. doi:10.1080/0028825X.2006.9513028 via Taylor and Francis+NEJM.
  3. "Te Papanui hunting". Dept of Conservation. Retrieved 6 October 2019.

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