kokopu


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kokopu

(kɒkɒpuː)
n, pl kokopu
(Animals) NZ another name for cockabully
[Māori]
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For example: (1) species, the LC50 (concentration at which 50% mortality occurred) for common smelt Tetropinna retopinna was 3000 mg/1 in 24 h, but survival was not reduced in banded kokopu Galaxas fasciatus and redfin bully Gobiomorphus huttoni at concentrations up to 43,000 mg/1 (Rowe et al., 2009); (2) life stage, the LC50 for redbreast tilapia Tilapia rendalli doubled from juveniles (21,000-24,000 mg/1) to adults (42,000-48,000 mg/1; Buermann et al, 1997); and (3) exposure time, the lethal concentrations for starry sturgeon Adpenser stellatus and persian sturgeon A.
The sensory basis of olfactory search behavior in banded kokopu (Galaxias fasciatus).
1973), Sandi Hall's The Godmothers (1982), James McNeish's Joy (1982), Vernon Wilkinson's After the Bomb (1984), Lora Mountjoy's Deep Breathing (1984), Rachel McAlpine's The Limits of Green (1985) and Running Away from Home (1987), Mike Johnson's Lear (1986), Ian Wedde's Symme's Hole (1986), John Cranna's Arena (1992), Fiona Farrell's The Skinny Louie Book (1992), Rosie Scott's Feral City (1992), and Chris Baker's Kokopu Dreams (2000).