Australian Museum Journals

Year First Author Reference
1982 Jangoux Jangoux, Michel, 1982. Papers from the Echinoderm Conference. 2. Etude structurelle et fonctionnelle du tube digestif d’Asterias rubens Linnaeus (Echinodermata: Asteroidea). Australian Museum Memoir 16: 17–38.
1982 Bruce Bruce, A. J., 1982. Papers from the Echinoderm Conference. 12. The shrimps associated with Indo-west Pacific echinoderms, with the description of a new species in the genus Periclimenes Costa, 1844 (Crustacea: Pontoniinae). Australian Museum Memoir 16: 191–216.
1982 Simpson Simpson, R. D., 1982. Papers from the Echinoderm Conference. 3. The reproduction of some echinoderms from Macquarie Island. Australian Museum Memoir 16: 39–52.
1982 Harriott Harriott, Vicki, 1982. Papers from the Echinoderm Conference. 4. Sexual and asexual reproduction of Holothuria atra Jaeger at Heron Island Reef, Great Barrier Reef. Australian Museum Memoir 16: 53–66.
1982 Guille Guille, Alain, 1982. Papers from the Echinoderm Conference. 5. A new genus and species of ophiacanthid brittlestar (Echinodermata: Ophiuroidea) from the Kerguelen Islands, with new taxonomic, biogeographic and quantitative data on the echinoderm fauna. Australian Museum Memoir 16: 67–87.
1982 Rowe Rowe, Francis W. E.; Marsh, Loisette M., 1982. Papers from the Echinoderm Conference. 6. A revision of the asterinid genus Nepanthia Gray, 1840 (Echinodermata: Asteroidea), with the description of three new species. Australian Museum Memoir 16: 89–120.
1982 Clark Clark, Ailsa M., 1982. Papers from the Echinoderm Conference. 7. Inter-relationships of recent stalked, non-isocrinid Crinoidea. Australian Museum Memoir 16: 121–128.
1982 Pawson Pawson, David L., 1982. Papers from the Echinoderm Conference. 8. Deep-sea echinoderms in the Tongue of the Ocean, Bahama Islands: a survey, using the research submersible Alvin. Australian Museum Memoir 16: 129–145.
1982 Nichols Nichols, David, 1982. Papers from the Echinoderm Conference. 9. A biometrical study of populations of the European sea-urchin Echinus esculentus (Echinodermata: Echinoidea) from four areas of the British Isles. Australian Museum Memoir 16: 147–163.
1982 De Camargo De Camargo, Tania Maria, 1982. Papers from the Echinoderm Conference. 10. Changes in the echinoderm fauna in a polluted area on the coast of Brazil. Australian Museum Memoir 16: 165–173.
1982 Birkeland Birkeland, Charles; Dayton, Paul K.; Engstrom, Norman A., 1982. Papers from the Echinoderm Conference. 11. A stable system of predation on a holothurian by four asteroids and their top predator. Australian Museum Memoir 16: 175–189.
1973 McAlpine McAlpine, David K., 1973. The Australian Platystomatidae (Diptera, Schizophora) with a revision of five genera. Australian Museum Memoir 15: 1–256.
1972 Smithers Smithers, C. N., 1972. The classification and phylogeny of the Psocoptera. Australian Museum Memoir 14: 1–349.
1971 Fletcher Fletcher, Harold O., 1971. Catalogue of type specimens in the Australian Museum, Sydney. Australian Museum Memoir 13: 1–167.
1966 Evans Evans, J. W., 1966. The leafhoppers and froghoppers of Australia and New Zealand (Homoptera: Cicadelloidea and Cercopoidea). Australian Museum Memoir 12: 1–347.
1962 Iredale Iredale, T.; McMichael, D. F., 1962. A reference list of the marine Mollusca of New South Wales. Australian Museum Memoir 11: 1–109.
1947 McKeown McKeown, Keith C., 1947. Catalogue of the Cerambycidae (Coleoptera) of Australia. Australian Museum Memoir 10: 1–190.
1946 McCarthy McCarthy, Frederick D.; Bramwell, Elsie; Noone, H. V. V., 1946. The stone implements of Australia. Australian Museum Memoir 9: 1–94.
1945 Leighton Kesteven Leighton Kesteven, H., 1945. The evolution of the skull and the cephalic muscles: a comparative study of their development and adult morphology. Part III. The Sauria (continued). The Aves. Australian Museum Memoir 8 (4): 270–293.
1945 Leighton Kesteven Leighton Kesteven, H., 1945. The evolution of the skull and the cephalic muscles: a comparative study of their development and adult morphology. Part IV. The Theria, and index. Australian Museum Memoir 8 (4): 294–310.