Welcome to the last epiphyte blog post for 2013. It has been a great year and we're going to finish it off with a photo post from the epiphyte treasure-trove that is the Pirongia Forest Park in western Waikato.
Pirongia te Aroaro o Kahu Restoration Society care for this special maunga and you can read more about it on their website.
This is the last post for the year - look out for more in January 2014 along with a revamped website. Happy holidays!
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I work with NZ's native vascular epiphytes at the University of Waikato. I completed an MSc on epiphyte ecology and the shrub epiphyte Griselinia lucida and have recently published the Field Guide to NZ's Epiphytes, Vines & Mistletoes.