Australian Museum Journals

Year First Author Reference
2004 William Watson; H. J. Walker William Watson; H. J. Walker, 2004. The world’s smallest vertebrate, Schindleria brevipinguis, a new paedomorphic species in the family Schindleriidae (Perciformes: Gobioidei). Records of the Australian Museum 56 (2): 139–142.
2001 William Watson William Watson, 2001. Larvae of Enchelyurus ater (Günther, 1877) and E. kraussi (Klunzinger, 1871) (Pisces: Blenniidae: Omobranchini). Records of the Australian Museum 53 (1): 57–70.
1998 William R. Dickinson William R. Dickinson, 1998. Petrographic temper provinces of prehistoric pottery in Oceania. Records of the Australian Museum 50 (3): 263–276.
1934 William John Dakin; A. N. Colefax William John Dakin; A. N. Colefax, 1934. The eggs and early larval stages of the Australian Pilchard Sardinia neopilchardus (Steind.). Records of the Australian Museum 19 (2): 136–140.
1939 William John Dakin William John Dakin, 1939. The age determination of the Tiger Flathead, Neoplatycephalus (Colefaxia) macrodon (Ogilby), by means of otoliths. Records of the Australian Museum 20 (4): 282–292.
1940 William John Dakin William John Dakin, 1940. Further notes on the life history of the king prawn, Penaeus plebejus Hesse. Records of the Australian Museum 20 (5): 354–359.
2004 William F. Smith-Vaniz William F. Smith-Vaniz, 2004. Descriptions of six new species of jawfishes (Opistognathidae: Opistognathus) from Australia. Records of the Australian Museum 56 (2): 209–224.
1973 William D. Turnbull; F. R. Schram William D. Turnbull; F. R. Schram, 1973. Broom Cave Cercartetus: with observations on pygmy possum dental morphology, variation, and taxonomy. Records of the Australian Museum 28 (19): 437–464.
1914 William Anderson William Anderson, 1914. Note on the occurrence of the sand-rock containing bones of extinct species of marsupials (Emu, Kangaroo, Wombat, etc.,) on King Island, Bass Strait, Tasmania. Records of the Australian Museum 10 (9): 275–284.
2014 Wenqin Xu; Tiffany Blankenship; Maribeth V. Eiden Wenqin Xu; Tiffany Blankenship; Maribeth V. Eiden, 2014. Potential role of human restriction factors in inhibiting the emergence of koala retrovirus (KoRV) as a zoonotic agent. Technical Reports of the Australian Museum (online) 24: 79–81.
2014 Wenqin Xu; Jonathan P. Stoye Wenqin Xu; Jonathan P. Stoye, 2014. Koala retrovirus (KoRV): are humans at risk of infection?. Technical Reports of the Australian Museum (online) 24: 99–101.
1985 Walter J. Bock; Mary Heimerdinger Clench Walter J. Bock; Mary Heimerdinger Clench, 1985. Morphology of the Noisy Scrub-bird, Atrichornis clamosus (Passeriformes: Atrichornithidae): Systematic Relationships and Summary. Records of the Australian Museum 37 (4): 243–254.
1985 Walter J. Bock Walter J. Bock, 1985. The skeletomuscular systems of the feeding apparatus of the Noisy Scrub-bird, Atrichornis clamosus (Passeriformes: Atrichornithidae). Records of the Australian Museum 37 (4): 193–210.
1910 Walter E. Roth Walter E. Roth, 1910. North Queensland Ethnography. Bulletin No. 16. Huts and shelters. Records of the Australian Museum 8 (1): 55–66.
1908 Walter E. Roth Walter E. Roth, 1908. North Queensland Ethnography. Bulletin No. 10. Marriage ceremonies and infant life. Records of the Australian Museum 7 (1): 1–17.
1907 Walter E. Roth Walter E. Roth, 1907. North Queensland Ethnography. Bulletin No. 9. Burial ceremonies, and disposal of the dead. Records of the Australian Museum 6 (5): 365–403.
1909 Walter E. Roth Walter E. Roth, 1909. North Queensland Ethnography. Bulletin No. 13. Fighting weapons. Records of the Australian Museum 7 (4): 189–211.
1910 Walter E. Roth Walter E. Roth, 1910. North Queensland Ethnography. Bulletin No. 17. Postures and abnormalities. Records of the Australian Museum 8 (1): 67–78.
1910 Walter E. Roth Walter E. Roth, 1910. North Queensland Ethnography. Bulletin No. 14. Transport and trade. Records of the Australian Museum 8 (1): 1–19.
1910 Walter E. Roth Walter E. Roth, 1910. North Queensland Ethnography. Bulletin No. 15. Decoration, deformation, and clothing. Records of the Australian Museum 8 (1): 20–54.