New Zealand lakes and ponds often have large populations of koura or freshwater crayfish. These are an important traditional food source for Maori, particularly for Te Arawa and Ngati Tuwharetoa of the Central North Island. 1. At Park-center ponds we did grass fishing, Fashion a Fish, Dichotomous Key, and real fishing.One thing I liked about the field trip was Grass fishing. I liked Grass fishing because it was fun to see if you caught one. One thing I did not like was that the weather was really cold.
3. A dichotomous key is used to identify things by their distinguishing structural characteristics. The Alberta Organism that has scales, legs and no stripes is a ... A. Wood Frog B. Reptile C. Tiger Salamander D. Northern Leopard Frog 4. Whenever an ecosystem is monitored to see what types of changes occur over a period of time, it