What are the most common 10 plants in NZ?

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From: Estella W

Dear Department of Conservation,

What are the most common 10 plants in New Zealand (native and non-native included)?

Yours faithfully,
Estella Wong

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Department of Conservation

Dear Estella
On behalf of the Director-General of the Department of Conservation, I confirm receipt of your request for official information. Your request has been forwarded to the relevant business group for processing. You will receive a reply in accordance with the requirements of the Official Information Act 1982.
Yours sincerely
Alan Moran
for Director-General

Alan Moran 
Ministerial Support Advisor (GSU)
Strategy and Innovation Te Punaha Rautaki/Auaha
Department of Conservation–Te Papa Atawhai
Phone:  04 4713286 – VPN 8286
Nokia House | Level 6 | 15 Manners Street | PO Box 10420 | Wellington 6143
Conservation for prosperity Tiakina te taiao, kia puawai 

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Department of Conservation

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Yours sincerely


Joy Austin for Jeffrey Cornwell


Joy Austin

Personal Assistant to Gavin Walker, Director, Recreation, Tourism &
Heritage, and Jeffrey Cornwell, Director, Planning & Support, Science and
Policy Group

Department of Conservation - Te Papa Atawhai

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