Existing groups

Below you will find a list of existing groups. If there is one that you would like to contribute to, click Register to Join to apply to the Group owner. 


Auckland-Northland cross boundary projects

This group is for Auckland and Northland biosecurity staff to share information on mutual projects.

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Freshwater Biosecurity Group

This group is for professionals involved in the freshwater biosecurity and pest management space. Freshwater pests include waterweeds, pest fish, and the invasive alga didymo. These introduced species cause enormous damage to our unique freshwater habitats and diminish our recreational opportunities. Click on the Register button to the right if you would like to join us.

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Group Managers

Group Managers contains useful information and discussions for managers of Bionet Groups. It contains user guides to enable you to effectively manage your group and a space for you to connect with other group managers.

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Manchurian Wild Rice Group

Manchurian Wild Rice is a plant pest in waterways, terrestrial wetlands and drains.
This group includes those involved with the management and eradication of this species.

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Marine Biosecurity Group

This group is for professionals involved in the marine biosecurity and pest management space. Click on the Register button to the right if you would like to join us.

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Myrtle Rust Long Term Management Working Group

The purpose of the Myrtle Rust Long Term Management Working Group is to provide advice to Biosecurity NZ to support the development of a preferred plan for the future long-term management of myrtle rust, and all the values it affects, across Aotearoa New Zealand and to co-contribute to the preferred long-term management plan. This is the online space where working group members can share information.

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Velvetleaf Group

This group is for professionals involved in the management of Velvetleaf. Velvetleaf has been found in fodder beet crops in both the North and South Islands. The aim is to find it, contain it, and safely remove any plants found. Click on the Register button to the right if you would like to join us.

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Wallabies Working Group

An online space for members of the wallabies working group to share information

Wilding Conifers NZ Technical Advisory Group