Australian Museum Journals

Year First Author Reference
1929 McNeill McNeill, Frank A., 1929. Studies in Australian carcinology. No. 3. Records of the Australian Museum 17 (3): 144–156.
1930 McNeill McNeill, Frank A.; Ward, M., 1930. Carcinological notes. No. I. Records of the Australian Museum 17 (9): 357–383.
1953 McNeill McNeill, Frank A., 1953. Carcinological notes. No. 2. Records of the Australian Museum 23 (3): 89–96.
1993 Megaw Megaw, J. V. S., 1993. Something old, something new: further notes on the Aborigines of the Sydney District as represented by their surviving artefacts, and as depicted in some early European representations. In F.D. McCarthy, Commemorative Papers (Archaeology, Anthropology, Rock Art), ed. Jim Specht. Records of the Australian Museum, Supplement 17: 25–44.
2003 Meissner Meissner, Karin; Hutchings, Pat, 2003. Spiophanes species (Polychaeta: Spionidae) from Eastern Australia—with descriptions of new species, new records and an emended generic diagnosis. Records of the Australian Museum 55 (2): 117–140.
2014 Melissa B. Martin; Niel L. Bruce; Barbara F. Nowak Melissa B. Martin; Niel L. Bruce; Barbara F. Nowak, 2014. Smenispa irregularis (Bleeker, 1857) (Crustacea: Isopoda: Cymothoidae), a buccal-attaching fish parasite from Australia. Records of the Australian Museum 66 (4): 233–240.
1983 Mengden Mengden, Gregory A., 1983. The taxonomy of Australian elapid snakes: a review. Records of the Australian Museum 35 (5): 195–222.
2014 Michael F. Braby Michael F. Braby, 2014. Taxonomic status of Delias aestiva smithersi Daniels, 2012 (Lepidoptera: Pieridae) comb. nov. from the Gulf Country of northern Australia, with description of the female. Records of the Australian Museum 66 (5): 241–246.
1989 Milledge Milledge, G. A., 1989. Scolodera pardalotus n.gen., n.sp. (Mantodea, Mantidae) from northern Queensland, Australia. Records of the Australian Museum 41 (2): 107–110.
2005 Milledge Milledge, G. A., 2005. Revision of the genera Sphodropoda, Trachymantis and Zopheromantis (Mantodea: Mantidae: Mantinae). Records of the Australian Museum 57 (2): 191–210.
2011 Milledge Milledge, G. A., 2011. A revision of Storenosoma Hogg and description of a new genus, Oztira (Araneae: Amaurobiidae). Records of the Australian Museum 63 (1): 1–32.
1962 Miller Miller, A. H., 1962. The history and significance of the fossil Casuarius lydekkeri. Records of the Australian Museum 25 (10): 235–238.
1982 Mitrovic-Petrovic Mitrovic-Petrovic, Jovanka, 1982. Papers from the Echinoderm Conference. 1. Etudes taphonomiques du gisement contenant la fauna des échinides (l"Éocène d’Istrie). Australian Museum Memoir 16: 9–16.
1982 Molnar Molnar, R. E., 1982. Pleistocene ziphodont crocodilians of Queensland. Records of the Australian Museum 33 (19): 803–834.
1996 Mooi Mooi, R. D.; Jubb, R. N., 1996. Descriptions of two new species of the genus Pempheris (Pisces: Pempherididae) from Australia, with a provisional key to Australian species. Records of the Australian Museum 48 (2): 117–130.
1970 Moore Moore, David R., 1970. Results of an archaeological survey of the Hunter River Valley, New South Wales, Australia. Part I. The Bondaian Industry of the Upper Hunter and Goulburn River Valleys. Records of the Australian Museum 28 (2): 25–64.
1981 Moore Moore, David R., 1981. Results of an archaeological survey of the Hunter River Valley, New South Wales, Australia. Part II: Problems of the Lower Hunter and contacts with the Hawkesbury Valley. Records of the Australian Museum 33 (9): 388–442.
1997 Morgan Morgan, G. J., 1997. Freshwater crayfish of the genus Euastacus Clark (Decapoda: Parastacidae) from New South Wales, with a key to all species of the genus. Records of the Australian Museum, Supplement 23: 1–110.
1985 Morlion Morlion, M. L., 1985. Pterylosis of the wing and tail in the Noisy Scrub-Bird Atrichornis clamosus, and Superb Lyrebird, Menura novahollandiae (Passeriformes: Atrichornithidae and Menuridae). Records of the Australian Museum 37 (3): 143–156.
1979 Morton Morton, Brian, 1979. The biology and functional morphology of the coral-sand bivalve Fimbria fimbriata (Linnaeus 1758). Records of the Australian Museum 32 (11): 389–420.