Arrangement of tracking tunnel transects (shown in white) along the footpaths on Matiu-Somes Island. Each circle indicates the location of a tracking tunnel. The dark hatched area indicates where Deinacrida rugosa were released in 1996. The light hatched area shows where 186 adult D. rugosa were taken for translocation in 2007 and 2008. Note that no wētā were removed from the North transect.

  Part of: Watts C, Thornburrow D, Stringer I, Cave V (2017) Population expansion by Cook Strait giant wētā, Deinacrida rugosa (Orthoptera: Anostostomatidae), following translocation to Matiu/Somes Island, New Zealand, and subsequent changes in abundance. Journal of Orthoptera Research 26(2): 171-180.