New Zealand have named their squad for the three-match ODI series against South Africa next month.
The 15-man party features 11 players who competed in the T20I leg of the tour, with wicketkeeper-batsman BJ Watling, batsman Kane Williamson and seamers Adam Milne and Kyle Mills joining the ranks.
"We believe we've selected a strong squad with a good blend of experienced performers and some very talented younger players who can play high quality limited overs cricket," said national selection manager Kim Littlejohn.
"We're keen to show consistency in selection for our short-form side and retain the nucleus of the squad who competed in the T20I series along with four players from the last ODI series against Sri Lanka.
"There is healthy competition for places in our starting line-up at present and we are working on developing a larger group of players who can compete at international level."
Coach Mike Hesson welcomed the graduation of fast bowlers Corey Anderson and Mitchell McClenaghan, spinner Ronnie Hira, batsman Colin Munro and all-rounder Jimmy Neesham, who have all been named in the ODI squad for the first time.
"They have all had valuable experiences playing against strong opposition and are maturing all the time as cricketers. We are confident these young players, in combination with our established senior players, will be highly competitive against South Africa," added Hesson.
All-rounders Andrew Ellis and seamer Tim Southee were not considered for selection due to injury, while fast bowler Doug Bracewell has been rested amid New Zealand's bid to manage their 2012 Test Player of the Year's workload.
"The decision to leave Doug out of the ODI squad is in line with our policy to sensibly manage player workloads. He has a big role to play in the Test series against South Africa and will benefit from the opportunity to freshen up ahead of the home series against England," concluded Hesson.
Squad: Brendon McCullum, Corey Anderson, Trent Boult, James Franklin, Martin Guptill, Ronnie Hira, Mitchell McClenaghan, Nathan McCullum, Kyle Mills, Adam Milne, Colin Munro, Jimmy Neesham, Rob Nicol, BJ Watling, Kane Williamson.