Journal Archive Results
Year Author/s Reference
1906 Allan R. McCulloch Allan R. McCulloch. Occasional notes. IV. Crustacea new to Australia. Records of the Australian Museum 6: 231-232.
1906 Alfred J. North Alfred J. North. On two early Australian ornithologists. Records of the Australian Museum 6: 121-128.
1906 R. Etheridge R. Etheridge. The cranial buckler of a Dipnoan fish, probably Ganorhynchus, from the Devonian Beds of the Murrumbidgee River, New South Wales. Records of the Australian Museum 6: 129-132.
1906 C. Anderson C. Anderson. Mineralogical notes. No. III. Axinite, petterdite, crocoite, and datolite. Records of the Australian Museum 6: 133-144.
1906 Alfred J. North Alfred J. North. On a variety of Goura coronata. Records of the Australian Museum 6: 230-.
1906 Charles Hedley; W. F. Petterd Charles Hedley; W. F. Petterd. Mollusca from three hundred fathoms, off Sydney. Records of the Australian Museum 6: 211-225.
1906 Edgar R. Waite Edgar R. Waite. Descriptions of and notes on some Australian and Tasmanian fishes. Records of the Australian Museum 6: 194-210.
1906 W. J. Rainbow W. J. Rainbow. A synopsis of Australian Acarina. Records of the Australian Museum 6: 145-193.
1906 Edgar R. Waite Edgar R. Waite. Studies in Australian sharks. No. 3. Records of the Australian Museum 6: 226-229.
1906 T. Whitelegge T. Whitelegge. Scientific results of the trawling expedition of H.M.C.S. "Thetis" off the coast of New South Wales, in February and March, 1898, sponges. Part I. Australian Museum Memoir 4: 453-484.
1905 Edgar R. Waite Edgar R. Waite. The osteology of the New Guinea turtle (Carettochelys insculpta, Ramsay). Records of the Australian Museum 6: 110-118.
1905 T. Whitelegge T. Whitelegge. Occasional notes. III. Western Australian prawns and sponges. Records of the Australian Museum 6: 119-120.
1905 W. J. Rainbow W. J. Rainbow. Notes on Australian Siphonaptera. Records of the Australian Museum 6: 101-109.
1905 Charles Hedley Charles Hedley. On a large example of Megalatractus aruanus, L.. Records of the Australian Museum 6: 98-100.
1905 C. Anderson C. Anderson. Mineralogical notes. No. II. Topaz, barite, anglesite, cerussite, and zircon. Records of the Australian Museum 6: 83-97.
1905 Charles Hedley Charles Hedley. Mollusca from one hundred and eleven fathoms, east of Cape Byron, New South Wales. Records of the Australian Museum 6: 41-54.
1905 Edgar R. Waite Edgar R. Waite. Notes on fishes from Western Australia. No. 3. Records of the Australian Museum 6: 55-82.
1905 R. Etheridge R. Etheridge. The further discovery of Dugong bones on the coast of New South Wales. Records of the Australian Museum 6: 17-19.
1905 Edgar R. Waite Edgar R. Waite. The breeding habits of the Paradise Fish, (Polyacanthus opercularis, Linaeus). Records of the Australian Museum 6: 1-4.
1905 R. Etheridge R. Etheridge. Description of the mutilated cranium of a large fish, from the Lower Cretaceous of Queensland. Records of the Australian Museum 6: 5-8.
1905 Edgar R. Waite Edgar R. Waite. An addition to the Lacertilian fauna of the Solomon Islands. Records of the Australian Museum 6: 13-16.
1905 Edgar R. Waite Edgar R. Waite. Occasional notes. II. Pseudaphritis urvilii, Cuvier & Valenciennes, a fish new to western New South Wales. Records of the Australian Museum 6: 38-39.
1905 W. J. Rainbow W. J. Rainbow. Studies in Australian Araneidae. No. 4. Records of the Australian Museum 6: 9-12.
1905 W. J. Rainbow W. J. Rainbow. Notes on the architecture, nesting habits, and life histories of Australian Araneidae, based on specimens in the Australian Museum. Records of the Australian Museum 6: 22-28.
1905 Alfred J. North Alfred J. North. On an insular form of Melithreptus brevirostris, Vigors and Horsfield. Records of the Australian Museum 6: 20-21.
1905 Edgar R. Waite Edgar R. Waite. Occasional notes. I. Climbing habits of an Australian snake. Records of the Australian Museum 6: 38-.
1905 Alfred J. North Alfred J. North. Notes on the Varied Honey-eater (Ptilotis versicolor, Gould). Records of the Australian Museum 6: 29-30.
1905 C. Anderson; H. Stanley Jevons C. Anderson; H. Stanley Jevons. Opal pseudomorphs from White Cliffs, New South Wales. Records of the Australian Museum 6: 31-37.
1904 Edgar R. Waite Edgar R. Waite. A review of the eleotrids of New South Wales. Records of the Australian Museum 5: 277-286.
1904 W. J. Rainbow W. J. Rainbow. Notes on the architecture, nesting habits, and life histories of Australian Araneidae, based on specimens in the Australian Museum. Records of the Australian Museum 5: 317-325.
1904 R. Etheridge R. Etheridge. A second sauropterygian converted into opal, from the Upper Cretaceous of White Cliffs, New South Wales. With indications of ichthyopterygians at the same locality. Records of the Australian Museum 5: 306-316.
1904 C. Anderson C. Anderson. Mineralogical notes. No. I. Topaz, beryl, vesuvianite, tourmaline, and wolframite. Records of the Australian Museum 5: 296-305.
1904 R. Etheridge R. Etheridge. The occurrence of Pisocrinus or an allied genus, in the Upper Silurian Rocks of the Yass District. Records of the Australian Museum 5: 287-292.
1904 Alfred J. North Alfred J. North. Ornithological notes. [I. Short-billed Honey-eater (Melithreptus brevirostris). II. Latham’s Snipe (Gallinago australis). III. Silver-eye (Zosterops lateralis). ]. Records of the Australian Museum 5: 337-338.
1904 W. J. Rainbow W. J. Rainbow. Studies in Australian Araneidae. No. 3. Records of the Australian Museum 5: 326-336.
1904 R. Etheridge R. Etheridge. Ethnological notes made at Copmanhurst, Clarence River. I. An Aboriginal rock-shelter with an inscribed rockface. II. Disarticulation of one of the little finger joints. Records of the Australian Museum 5: 271-276.
1904 Edgar R. Waite Edgar R. Waite. The breeding habits of the Fighting Fish (Betta pugnax, Cantor). Records of the Australian Museum 5: 293-295.
1904 R. Etheridge R. Etheridge. Notes on Australian Cretaceous fossils. Records of the Australian Museum 5: 248-252.
1904 W. J. Rainbow W. J. Rainbow. Note on Cicindela jungi and descriptions of two new beetles. Records of the Australian Museum 5: 245-247.
1904 Alfred J. North Alfred J. North. Description of a new species of Poephila. Records of the Australian Museum 5: 263-264.
1904 Edgar R. Waite Edgar R. Waite. New records or recurrences of rare fishes from eastern Australia. No. 3. Records of the Australian Museum 5: 231-244.
1904 R. Etheridge R. Etheridge. An Endophyte (Stichus mermisoides) occurring in the test of a Cretaceous bivalve. Records of the Australian Museum 5: 255-257.
1904 C. Anderson C. Anderson. The occurrence of monazite in situ at Blatherarm Creek, near Deepwater, New South Wales. Records of the Australian Museum 5: 258-262.
1904 Alfred J. North Alfred J. North. On the bower of the Eastern Bower-bird, Chlamydodera orientalis, Gould. Records of the Australian Museum 5: 270-.
1904 Alfred J. North Alfred J. North. Description of the eggs of the White-Quilled Rock Pidgeon, Petrophassa albipennis, Gould. Records of the Australian Museum 5: 269-.
1904 W. J. Rainbow W. J. Rainbow. The larvae of Doratifera casta, Scott. Records of the Australian Museum 5: 253-254.
1996 R. Lemaitre R. Lemaitre. Hermit crabs of the family Parapaguridae (Crustacea: Decapoda: Anomura) from Australia: species of Strobopagurus Lemaitre, 1989, Sympagurus Smith, 1883, and two new genera. Records of the Australian Museum 48: 163-221.
1996 R. D. Mooi; R. N. Jubb R. D. Mooi; R. N. Jubb. Descriptions of two new species of the genus Pempheris (Pisces: Pempherididae) from Australia, with a provisional key to Australian species. Records of the Australian Museum 48: 117-130.
1996 Clifford B. Frith; Dawn W. Frith Clifford B. Frith; Dawn W. Frith. Description of the unique Parotia lawesii x Paradisaea rudolphi hybrid Bird of Paradise (Aves: Passeriformes: Paradisaeidae). Records of the Australian Museum 48: 111-116.
1996 F. L. Sutherland; D. F. Hendry; B. J. Barron; W. L. Matthews; J. D. Hollis F. L. Sutherland; D. F. Hendry; B. J. Barron; W. L. Matthews; J. D. Hollis. An unusual Tasmanian Tertiary basalt sequence, near Boat Harbour, northwest Tasmania. Records of the Australian Museum 48: 131-161.