Journal Archive Results
Year Author/s Reference
1912 Howard Ashton Howard Ashton. Occasional notes. I. Description of a new cicada. Records of the Australian Museum 9: 106-.
1912 Howard Ashton Howard Ashton. Notes on Australian Cicadidae. Records of the Australian Museum 9: 76-80.
1912 T. Harvey Johnston T. Harvey Johnston. On a re-examination of the types of Krefft’s species of Cestoda in the Australian Museum, Sydney. Part I. Records of the Australian Museum 9: 1-36.
1911 W. J. Rainbow W. J. Rainbow. A census of Australian Araneidae. Records of the Australian Museum 9: 107-320.
1911 W. Ramsay Smith W. Ramsay Smith. Description of cranial remains from Whangarei, New Zealand. Records of the Australian Museum 8: 107-117.
1910 Walter E. Roth Walter E. Roth. North Queensland Ethnography. Bulletin No. 16. Huts and shelters. Records of the Australian Museum 8: 55-66.
1910 Walter E. Roth Walter E. Roth. North Queensland Ethnography. Bulletin No. 14. Transport and trade. Records of the Australian Museum 8: 1-19.
1909 Charles Hedley Charles Hedley. Descriptions of new and notes on other Australian Polyplacophora. Records of the Australian Museum 7: 260-266.
1909 T. Harvey Johnston T. Harvey Johnston. Notes on Australian Entozoa, No. I. (Communication from the Government Bureau of Microbiology, Sydney). Records of the Australian Museum 7: 329-344.
1907 C. Anderson C. Anderson. Mineralogical notes. No. V. Cassiterite cerussite, zeolites and other Australian minerals. Records of the Australian Museum 6: 404-422.
1907 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: 330-338.
1927 Anthony Musgrave Anthony Musgrave. Some poisonous Australian spiders. Records of the Australian Museum 16: 33-46.
1927 Anthony Musgrave Anthony Musgrave. Some new Australian Nycteribiidae (Diptera Pupipara). Records of the Australian Museum 15: 263-276.
1926 C. Anderson; Gilbert P. Whitley C. Anderson; Gilbert P. Whitley. Allan Riverstone McCulloch, 1885–1925 [obituary and bibliography]. Records of the Australian Museum 15: 141-148.
1926 T. Hodge-Smith T. Hodge-Smith. Mineralogical notes. No. II. Records of the Australian Museum 15: 69-78.
1926 Allan R. McCulloch Allan R. McCulloch. Studies in Australian fishes. No. 8. Records of the Australian Museum 15: 28-39.
1926 H. Leighton Kesteven H. Leighton Kesteven. Contributiion to the cranial osteology of fishes. No. 2. The maxillae in the eels and the identification of these bones in the fishes generally. Records of the Australian Museum 15: 132-140.
1926 J. Roy Kinghorn J. Roy Kinghorn. Notes on Pseudelaps minutus Fry. Records of the Australian Museum 15: 65-.
1925 C. Anderson C. Anderson. Notes on the extinct Chelonian Meiolania, with a record of a new occurrence. Records of the Australian Museum 14: 223-242.
1925 Anthony Musgrave Anthony Musgrave. Australian Nycteribiidae. Records of the Australian Museum 14: 289-300.
1925 Arthur A. Livingstone Arthur A. Livingstone. Studies on Australian Bryozoa. No. 2. Records of the Australian Museum 14: 301-305.
1924 T. Hodge-Smith T. Hodge-Smith. Notes on the occurrence of Zeolites, Ardglen, New South Wales. Records of the Australian Museum 14: 213-222.
1923 Charles Hedley Charles Hedley. The largest Hippopus. Records of the Australian Museum 14: 138-.
1923 Chas Chilton Chas Chilton. Occasional notes on Australian Amphipoda. Records of the Australian Museum 14: 79-100.
1890 E. P. Ramsay E. P. Ramsay. Report on a zoological collection from the Solomon Islands. Part I. Mammalia. Aves. Records of the Australian Museum 1: 3-5.
1890 R. Helms R. Helms. Report of a collecting trip to Mount Kosciusko. Records of the Australian Museum 1: 11-17.
1889 Alfred J. North Alfred J. North. Notes on the oology of Lord Howe Island. Australian Museum Memoir 2: 43-48.
1887 W. S. Wall W. S. Wall. History and description of the skeleton of a new sperm whale, lately set up in the Australian Museum by William S. Wall, Curator; together with some account of a new genus of sperm whales called Euphysetes [First reprint, 1887]. Australian Museum Memoir 1: 1-65.
1851 W. S. Wall W. S. Wall. History and description of the skeleton of a new sperm whale, lately set up in the Australian Museum by William S. Wall, Curator; together with some account of a new genus of sperm whales called Euphysetes. Australian Museum Memoir 1: 1-65.
2018 Michael F. Braby; Graham E. Wurtz Michael F. Braby; Graham E. Wurtz. A new subspecies of Neolucia hobartensis (Miskin, 1890) (Lepidoptera: Lycaenidae) from mainland southeastern Australia, with a review of butterfly endemism in montane areas in this region. Records of the Australian Museum 70: 423-433.
2018 Ross A. Sadlier; Gerry Swan; Stéphane Astrongatt; Stephane McCoy; Aaron M. Bauer Ross A. Sadlier; Gerry Swan; Stéphane Astrongatt; Stephane McCoy; Aaron M. Bauer. A review of the morphology, biology, distribution and conservation status of the New Caledonian scincid lizard Simiscincus aurantiacus (Reptilia: Scincidae). Records of the Australian Museum 70: 435-446.
2018 Henk H. Dijkstra; Alan G. Beu Henk H. Dijkstra; Alan G. Beu. Living scallops of Australia and adjacent waters (Mollusca: Bivalvia: Pectinoidea: Propeamussiidae, Cyclochlamydidae and Pectinidae). Records of the Australian Museum 70: 113-330.
2017 Paul Flemons Paul Flemons. The Australian Museum Lord Howe Island Expedition 2017—Introduction. Technical Reports of the Australian Museum (online) 26: 1-8.
H. F. Recher; Winston F. Ponder H. F. Recher; Winston F. Ponder. Lord Howe Island: a summary of current and projected scientific and environmental activities. Published by the Australian Museum, Sydney 0: 1-72.
2017 Martin Baehr; Chris A. M. Reid Martin Baehr; Chris A. M. Reid. On a collection of Carabidae from Timor Leste, with descriptions of nine new species (Insecta: Coleoptera, Carabidae). Records of the Australian Museum 69: 421-450.
2017 Harry E. Parnaby; Sandy Ingleby; Anja Divljan Harry E. Parnaby; Sandy Ingleby; Anja Divljan. Type specimens of non-fossil mammals in the Australian Museum, Sydney. Records of the Australian Museum 69: 277-420.
2017 Shane T. Ahyong; Miguel A. Alonso-Zarazaga Shane T. Ahyong; Miguel A. Alonso-Zarazaga. Anaspidesidae, a new family for syncarid crustaceans formerly placed in Anaspididae Thomson, 1893. Records of the Australian Museum 69: 257-258.
2017 Lauren Elizabeth Hughes Lauren Elizabeth Hughes. Review of Xenocheira Haswell, 1879 (Crustacea: Amphipoda: Aoridae). Records of the Australian Museum 69: 223-236.
2017 Graham McLean Graham McLean. A “mystery fossil” is evidence for massive Devonian trees in Australia. Records of the Australian Museum 69: 101-118.
2017 Helen M. Smith; Mark S. Harvey; Ingi Agnarsson; Gregory J. Anderson Helen M. Smith; Mark S. Harvey; Ingi Agnarsson; Gregory J. Anderson. Notes on the ant-mimic genus Anatea Berland (Araneae: Theridiidae) and two new species from tropical Australia. Records of the Australian Museum 69: 1-13.
2018 Graeme K. Ward Graeme K. Ward. Petroglyphs of Dampier—preface. In Archaeology and Petroglyphs of Dampier (Western Australia), an Archaeological Investigation of Skew Valley and Gum Tree Valley, ed. Graeme K. Ward and Ken Mulvaney. Technical Reports of the Australian Museum online 27: 5-8.
2018 Graeme K. Ward; Ken Mulvaney Graeme K. Ward; Ken Mulvaney. Archaeology and petroglyphs of Dampier—editors’ introduction. In Archaeology and Petroglyphs of Dampier (Western Australia), an Archaeological Investigation of Skew Valley and Gum Tree Valley, ed. Graeme K. Ward and Ken Mulvaney. Technical Reports of the Australian Museum online 27: 9-45.
2018 Michel Lorblanchet Michel Lorblanchet. Lorblanchet, Michel. 2018. General introduction to the research at Dampier. Chapter 1. Technical Reports of the Australian Museum online 27: 47-58.
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 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.