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Written by Erina O'Donoghue, Morning Report   
Thursday, 18 September 2008

Female red katipo. (Ngunguru Sandspit is home to the black katipo)

Morning Report, 8.53am, 17 September 2008:

A research project is under way on the Wanganui-Manawatu coastline to find out more about the Katipo spider. (duration: 3′49″)

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