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There are approximately ten introduced conifer species that are responsible for most wilding conifers in New Zealand. The most invasive species, the Lodgepole (contorta) pine, is an unwanted organism under the Biosecurity Act 1993, meaning they cannot be bred, propagated, planted, distributed or sold.

The most spread prone wilding pine species can be found in our Wilding Conifer Quick ID guide. You can view and download a printer friendly version of the guide using the settings below.

Downloading the Wilding Pine ID Guide (updated April 2023) [PDF opens in new tab] will give you better quality when printing. To print as an A5 booklet, make sure your printer is set to print as "booklet" otherwise each page of the guide will print on a single A4 page.

Take a look at our case studies to see how we are tackling Wilding Pines

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