Journal Archive Results
Year Author/s Reference
2020 Stephen J. Richards; Stephen C. Donnellan Stephen J. Richards; Stephen C. Donnellan. Litoria aplini sp. nov., a new species of treefrog (Pelodryadidae) from Papua New Guinea. Records of the Australian Museum 72: 325-337.
2020 Editors—Julien Louys; Sue O’Connor; Kristofer M. Helgen Editors—Julien Louys; Sue O’Connor; Kristofer M. Helgen. Papers in honour of Ken Aplin. Records of the Australian Museum 72: 149-337.
2021 John Tann John Tann. Images of Australian Odonata wings. Technical Reports of the Australian Museum online 33: 1-101.
2021 Jim Specht; Val Attenbrow; Jim Allen Jim Specht; Val Attenbrow; Jim Allen. Preface. In From Field to Museum—Studies from Melanesia in Honour of Robin Torrence, ed. Jim Specht, Val Attenbrow, and Jim Allen. Technical Reports of the Australian Museum online 34: 1-4.
2021 Vincent Neall; Lucy McGee; Michael Turner; Tanya O’Neill; Anke Zernack; J. Stephen Athens Vincent Neall; Lucy McGee; Michael Turner; Tanya O’Neill; Anke Zernack; J. Stephen Athens. Geochemical fingerprinting of Holocene tephras in the Willaumez Isthmus District of West New Britain, Papua New Guinea. In From Field to Museum—Studies from Melanesia in Honour of Robin Torrence, ed. Jim Specht, Val Attenbrow, and Jim Allen. Technical Reports of the Australian Museum online 34: 5-24.
2021 Alana Pengilley Alana Pengilley. Geochemistry and sources of stone tools in south-west New Britain, Papua New Guinea. In From Field to Museum—Studies from Melanesia in Honour of Robin Torrence, ed. Jim Specht, Val Attenbrow, and Jim Allen. Technical Reports of the Australian Museum online 34: 25-45.
2021 Ben Shaw; Simon Coxe Ben Shaw; Simon Coxe. Cannibalism and developments to socio-political systems from 540 BP in the Massim Islands of south-east Papua New Guinea. In From Field to Museum—Studies from Melanesia in Honour of Robin Torrence, ed. Jim Specht, Val Attenbrow, and Jim Allen. Technical Reports of the Australian Museum online 34: 47-60.
2021 Anne Ford; Vincent Kewibu; Kenneth Miamba Anne Ford; Vincent Kewibu; Kenneth Miamba. Avanata: a possible Late Lapita site on Fergusson Island, Milne Bay Province, Papua New Guinea. In From Field to Museum—Studies from Melanesia in Honour of Robin Torrence, ed. Jim Specht, Val Attenbrow, and Jim Allen. Technical Reports of the Australian Museum online 34: 61-70.
2021 Nicholas W. S. Hogg; Glenn R. Summerhayes; Yi-lin Elaine Chen Nicholas W. S. Hogg; Glenn R. Summerhayes; Yi-lin Elaine Chen. Moving on or settling down? Studying the nature of mobility through Lapita pottery from the Anir Islands, Papua New Guinea. In From Field to Museum—Studies from Melanesia in Honour of Robin Torrence, ed. Jim Specht, Val Attenbrow, and Jim Allen. Technical Reports of the Australian Museum online 34: 71-86.
2021 Carol J. Lentfer; Alison Crowther; Roger C. Green Carol J. Lentfer; Alison Crowther; Roger C. Green. The question of Early Lapita settlements in Remote Oceania and reliance on horticulture revisited: new evidence from plant microfossil studies at Reef/Santa Cruz, south-east Solomon Islands. Technical Reports of the Australian Museum online 34: 87-106.
2021 Jim Specht; Val Attenbrow; Jim Allen (eds) Jim Specht; Val Attenbrow; Jim Allen (eds). From Field to Museum—Studies from Melanesia in Honour of Robin Torrence. Technical Reports of the Australian Museum online 34: 1-258.
2021 Pip Rath; Nina Kononenko Pip Rath; Nina Kononenko. Negotiating social identity through material practices with stone. In From Field to Museum—Studies from Melanesia in Honour of Robin Torrence, ed. Jim Specht, Val Attenbrow, and Jim Allen. Technical Reports of the Australian Museum online 34: 107-118.
2021 Paul Dickinson Paul Dickinson. Narrow margins: standardised manufacturing of obsidian stemmed tools as evidence for craft specialisation and social networks in mid-Holocene New Britain. Technical Reports of the Australian Museum online 34: 119-136.
2021 Christian Reepmeyer Christian Reepmeyer. Modelling prehistoric social interaction in the south-western Pacific: a view from the obsidian sources in northern Vanuatu. In From Field to Museum—Studies from Melanesia in Honour of Robin Torrence, ed. Jim Specht, Val Attenbrow, and Jim Allen. Technical Reports of the Australian Museum online 34: 137-148.
2021 Huw Barton Huw Barton. The cylindrical stone adzes of Borneo. In From Field to Museum—Studies from Melanesia in Honour of Robin Torrence, ed. Jim Specht, Val Attenbrow, and Jim Allen. Technical Reports of the Australian Museum online 34: 149-167.
2021 Susan M. Davies; Michael Quinnell Susan M. Davies; Michael Quinnell. Up close and personal: James Edge-Partington in Australia in 1897. In From Field to Museum—Studies from Melanesia in Honour of Robin Torrence, ed. Jim Specht, Val Attenbrow, and Jim Allen. Technical Reports of the Australian Museum online 34: 169-182.
2021 Erna Lilje; Jude Philp Erna Lilje; Jude Philp. The dancing trees: objects, facts and ideas in museums. In From Field to Museum—Studies from Melanesia in Honour of Robin Torrence, ed. Jim Specht, Val Attenbrow, and Jim Allen. Technical Reports of the Australian Museum online 34: 183-194.
2021 James W. Rhoads James W. Rhoads. Papuan Gulf spirit boards and detecting social boundaries: a preliminary investigation. In From Field to Museum—Studies from Melanesia in Honour of Robin Torrence, ed. Jim Specht, Val Attenbrow, and Jim Allen. Technical Reports of the Australian Museum online 34: 195-218.
2021 Elizabeth Bonshek Elizabeth Bonshek. The Longgu community time capsule: contemporary collecting in Solomon Islands for the Australian Museum. In From Field to Museum—Studies from Melanesia in Honour of Robin Torrence, ed. Jim Specht, Val Attenbrow, and Jim Allen. Technical Reports of the Australian Museum online 34: 219-229.
2021 Peter J. Sheppard Peter J. Sheppard. Tomoko: raiding canoes of the western Solomon Islands. In From Field to Museum—Studies from Melanesia in Honour of Robin Torrence, ed. Jim Specht, Val Attenbrow, and Jim Allen. Technical Reports of the Australian Museum online 34: 231-244.
1943 J. W. Evans J. W. Evans. Upper Permian Homoptera from New South Wales. Records of the Australian Museum 21: 180-198.
1943 Frederick D. McCarthy Frederick D. McCarthy. The coroid and knapped stone implements of the Bathurst District. Records of the Australian Museum 21: 199-209.
1943 Frederick D. McCarthy; F. A. Davidson Frederick D. McCarthy; F. A. Davidson. The Elouera industry of Singleton, Hunter River, New South Wales. Records of the Australian Museum 21: 210-230.
1943 Harold O. Fletcher Harold O. Fletcher. The genus Conocardium from Australian Palaeozoic rocks. Records of the Australian Museum 21: 231-243.
1943 T. Hodge-Smith T. Hodge-Smith. Mineralogical notes. No. VI. Records of the Australian Museum 21: 244-256.
1943 H. Leighton Kesteven H. Leighton Kesteven. The evolution of the skull and the cephalic muscles: a comparative study of their development and adult morphology. Part I. The fishes (continued). Australian Museum Memoir 8: 63-132.
1943 W. Boardman W. Boardman. On a collection of Oligochaeta from the Jenolan Caves District, New South Wales. Records of the Australian Museum 21: 168-178.
1943 Frederick D. McCarthy Frederick D. McCarthy. An analysis of the knapped implements from eight Elouera industry stations on the South Coast of New South Wales. Records of the Australian Museum 21: 127-153.
1943 A. B. Edwards A. B. Edwards. A note on the micro-texture of the Arltunga Meteorite. Records of the Australian Museum 21: 154-155.
1943 Frederick D. McCarthy Frederick D. McCarthy. Trimmed pebble implements of Kartan type from ancient kitchen-middens at Clybucca, New South Wales. Records of the Australian Museum 21: 164-167.
1943 C. Teichert; Harold O. Fletcher C. Teichert; Harold O. Fletcher. A Permian ammonoid from New South Wales and the correlation of the Upper Marine Series. Records of the Australian Museum 21: 156-163.
1942 G. A. Waterhouse G. A. Waterhouse. Notes on Australian butterflies in the Australian Museum. No.2. Records of the Australian Museum 21: 122-125.
1942 Keith C. McKeown Keith C. McKeown. Australian Cerambycidae. VI. Descriptions of new species mostly from Queensland. Records of the Australian Museum 21: 81-105.
1942 T. Iredale T. Iredale. Description of a Libyan Desert land shell. Records of the Australian Museum 21: 126-.
1942 J. Roy Kinghorn J. Roy Kinghorn. Herpetological Notes No. 4. Records of the Australian Museum 21: 118-121.
1942 H. Womersley H. Womersley. A new species of silver-fish from Lord Howe Island. Records of the Australian Museum 21: 116-117.
1942 T. Harvey Johnston; P. M. Mawson T. Harvey Johnston; P. M. Mawson. The Gallard Collection of parasitic nematodes in the Australian Museum. Records of the Australian Museum 21: 110-115.
1942 Martin F. Glaessner Martin F. Glaessner. The occurrence of the New Guinea Turtle (Carettochelys) in the Miocene of Papua. Records of the Australian Museum 21: 106-109.
1941 R. A. Keble; J. Hope Macpherson R. A. Keble; J. Hope Macpherson. The Lower Ordovician graptolites in New South Wales. Records of the Australian Museum 21: 57-58.
1941 H. Leighton Kesteven H. Leighton Kesteven. Some features in the anatomy and later development of the head of Delphinus delphinus Linné. Records of the Australian Museum 21: 59-80.
1941 T. Harvey Johnston; P. M. Mawson T. Harvey Johnston; P. M. Mawson. Some parasitic nematodes in the collection of the Australian Museum. Records of the Australian Museum 21: 9-16.
1941 R. O. Chalmers R. O. Chalmers. The petrology of the Five Islands, Port Kembla, New South Wales. Records of the Australian Museum 21: 27-42.
1940 Takasi Tokioka Takasi Tokioka. A small collection of chaetognaths from the coast of New South Wales. Records of the Australian Museum 20: 367-379.
1940 Joyce K. Allan Joyce K. Allan. A rare stalk-eyed squid (Bathothauma lyromma Chun) new to Australian waters. Records of the Australian Museum 20: 320-324.
1940 Frederick D. McCarthy Frederick D. McCarthy. The bone point, known as muduk, in eastern Australia. Records of the Australian Museum 20: 313-319.
1940 Keith C. McKeown Keith C. McKeown. Notes on Australian Cerambycidae. Records of the Australian Museum 20: 293-312.
1940 W. M. Tattersall W. M. Tattersall. Sydney University plankton investigations, under the direction of Professor W.J. Dakin, D.Sc. Report on a small collection of Mysidacea from the coastal waters of New South Wales. Records of the Australian Museum 20: 327-340.
1940 Gilbert P. Whitley Gilbert P. Whitley. The second occurrence of a rare fish (Luvarus) in Australia. Records of the Australian Museum 20: 325-326.
1940 William John Dakin William John Dakin. Further notes on the life history of the king prawn, Penaeus plebejus Hesse. Records of the Australian Museum 20: 354-359.
1940 A. N. Colefax A. N. Colefax. An Australian species of Acetes (Crustacea Macrura, Sergestidae), with remarks on the distribution and literature of the genus. Records of the Australian Museum 20: 341-353.