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katipo

see latrodectusmactans.
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The scenario for SOUTHERN KATIPO 2015 envisioned that New Zealand was required to deploy a task force to evacuate foreign nationals and assist police in restoring security and stability.
While nationally based exercises such as SOUTHERN KATIPO and TALISMAN SABRE remain the principal focus of the ADF and NZDF, participation in various internationally hosted multinational exercises provides a range of benefits.
The katipo, a Maori word meaning "night-stinger", is an endangered species of spider native to New Zealand, related to Australian redbacks and North American black widow spiders.
By contrast, says Rachel Hamilton-Williams, managing director of Katipo Communications, the cost of implementing a Koha system is in the region of $3,000-s 10,000.
Web site characteristics, dispersal and species status of New Zealand's katipo spiders, Latrodectus katipo and L.
Distribution of the katipo spiders (Araneae: Theridiidae) of New Zealand.
The Katipo spider of New Zealand (Latrodectus hasseltii Thorell).
Australian Defence Force (ADF) personnel have joined regional partners in New Zealand for Exercise Southern Katipo 2013.
Exercise Southern Katipo 2013 is a field training activity, with the ADF contributing specialist support personnel to work alongside the New Zealand Defence Force to plan and conduct activities, Lieutenant General Power said.
OpenBook was developed as a modification of Koha, the first free open source library system created in New Zealand by the Horowhenua Library Trust and Katipo Communications, Ltd.