Australian Museum Journals

Year First Author Reference
1902 T. Whitelegge T. Whitelegge, 1902. Supplementary notes to the report on sponges from the coastal beaches of New South Wales. Records of the Australian Museum 4 (5): 211–216.
1902 Edgar R. Waite Edgar R. Waite, 1902. Studies in Australian sharks. No. 2. Records of the Australian Museum 4 (5): 175–178.
1902 Edgar R. Waite Edgar R. Waite, 1902. Notes on fishes from Western Australia. No. 2. Records of the Australian Museum 4 (5): 179–194.
1902 Edgar R. Waite Edgar R. Waite, 1902. New records or recurrences of rare fishes from eastern Australia. Records of the Australian Museum 4 (7): 263–273.
1902 Edgar R. Waite Edgar R. Waite, 1902. Skeleton of Luvarus imperialis, Rafinesque. (A fish new to the western Pacific fauna). Records of the Australian Museum 4 (7): 292–297.
1902 R. Etheridge R. Etheridge, 1902. Additions to the Middle Devonian and Carboniferous corals in the Australian Museum. Records of the Australian Museum 4 (7): 253–262.
1902 R. Etheridge R. Etheridge, 1902. Two undescribed Pelecypoda from the Lower Cretaceous of Queensland in the collection of the Australian Museum. Records of the Australian Museum 4 (5): 201–206.
1902 R. Etheridge R. Etheridge, 1902. An Aboriginal knife. Records of the Australian Museum 4 (5): 207–208.
1902 R. Etheridge R. Etheridge, 1902. The Tavau, or coil feather currency of Santa Cruz Island, Santa Cruz group. Records of the Australian Museum 4 (7): 289–291.
1902 R. Etheridge R. Etheridge, 1902. A new permo-carboniferous genus (Keeneia) of Pleurotomariidae, and a Straparollus in New South Wales. Records of the Australian Museum 4 (5): 195–200.
1902 R. Etheridge R. Etheridge, 1902. Report for the year 1901. Records of the Australian Museum 4 (6): 217–252.
1902 W. J. Rainbow W. J. Rainbow, 1902. Notes on the architecture, nesting-habits, and life-histories of Australian Araneidae, based on specimens in the Australian Museum. Records of the Australian Museum 4 (7): 312–316.
1902 R. Etheridge R. Etheridge, 1902. Notes on some of the more recent additions to the ethnological collection, Australian Museum. No. 1. Records of the Australian Museum 4 (7): 303–308.
1902 Alfred J. North Alfred J. North, 1902. Description of the eggs of the Kagu, Rhinochetus jubatus, Verreaux et Des Murs. Records of the Australian Museum 4 (7): 310–311.
1902 Alfred J. North Alfred J. North, 1902. Note on Malurus leucopterus, Quoy and Gaimard. Records of the Australian Museum 4 (5): 209–210.
1902 H. Leighton Kesteven H. Leighton Kesteven, 1902. The systematic position of the genus Fossarina, A. Adams and Angas, and of Fossarina varia, Hutton. Records of the Australian Museum 4 (7): 317–322.
1902 Charles Hedley Charles Hedley, 1902. A new Australian Volute. Records of the Australian Museum 4 (7): 309.
1902 Charles Hedley Charles Hedley, 1902. Scientific results of the trawling expedition of H.M.C.S. "Thetis," off the coast of New South Wales, in February and March, 1898, Part 2: Mollusca. Part I. Brachiopoda and Pelecypoda. Australian Museum Memoir 4 (5): 287–324.
1902 C. Anderson C. Anderson, 1902. On some specimens of Chiastolite from Bimbowrie, South Australia. Records of the Australian Museum 4 (7): 298–302.
1903 Edgar R. Waite Edgar R. Waite, 1903. A fresh-water turtle (Pelochelys cantoris, Gray,) from New Guinea. Records of the Australian Museum 5 (1): 50–52.