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Wildbase Pathology provides diagnostic services to protect the health and welfare of captive and free-living New Zealand wildlife.
We do this through post mortem examination of threatened native species and investigation of mass wildlife mortalities. Identifying causes of death and offering species-management advice contributes to conservation and supports New Zealand’s biosecurity.
Contributions to species management programmes include diagnoses of aspergillosis in stitchbirds, goitre in black stilts, tuberculosis and salmonellosis in New Zealand seals, and chytridiomycosis in exotic and native frogs.
Wildbase Pathology provides:
For information see how to submit specimens.
For more information please contact us.
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Last updated on Tuesday 16 August 2016