The Lammerlaw Range is in the Otago region of New Zealand. 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. The Lammerlaw and Lammermoor Ranges also include tussock grasslands. 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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- "Te Papanui hunting". Dept of Conservation. Retrieved 6 October 2019.
- 1949 aerial photograph of the Lammerlaw Range, National Library of NZ