Draws together all that has ever been written about the role of freshwater fish in the lives of early Maori. Species such as tuna (eels), kanakana (lamprey), inanga and kokopu were of great importance in the traditional diet of Maori, who knew the places where, and the seasons when, these fish could be harvested.
Canterbury University Press, Christchurch, 2011. Hardback, no dust jacket as issued. 832 pages. NEW