Australian Museum Journals

Year First Author Reference
1913 W. W. Thorpe W. W. Thorpe, 1913. Australian tribal names, with their synonyms. Compiled from ethnographical works in the Australian Museum Library, 1909. Records of the Australian Museum 8 (4): 161–192.
1932 W. W. Thorpe W. W. Thorpe, 1932. Ethnological notes. No. 4. Records of the Australian Museum 18 (6): 302–311.
1930 W. W. Thorpe W. W. Thorpe, 1930. Ethnological notes. No. II. Records of the Australian Museum 17 (8): 348–356.
1923 W. W. Thorpe W. W. Thorpe, 1923. An Aboriginal magical plate. Records of the Australian Museum 14 (1): 60–61.
1928 W. W. Thorpe W. W. Thorpe, 1928. Ethnological notes. No. 1. Records of the Australian Museum 16 (5): 241–253.
1909 W. W. Thorpe W. W. Thorpe, 1909. Aboriginal drawings in rock shelters at Bundanoon, N. S. Wales. Records of the Australian Museum 7 (4): 325–328.
1968 W. Stephenson; M. Rees W. Stephenson; M. Rees, 1968. A revision of the genus 0valipes Rathbun, 1898 (Crustacea, Decapoda, Portunidae). Records of the Australian Museum 27 (11): 213–261.
1968 W. Stephenson; M. Rees W. Stephenson; M. Rees, 1968. The Endeavour and other Australian Museum collections of portunid crabs (Crustacea, Decapoda, Portunidae). Records of the Australian Museum 27 (13): 285–298.
1955 W. Stephenson; Frank A. McNeill W. Stephenson; Frank A. McNeill, 1955. The Australian Stomatopoda (Crustacea) in the collections of the Australian Museum, with a check list and key to the known Australian species. Records of the Australian Museum 23 (5): 239–265.
1891 W. Saville-Kent W. Saville-Kent, 1891. Notes on new and little known Australian Madroporaceae. Records of the Australian Museum 1 (6): 123–124.
1887 W. S. Wall W. S. Wall, 1887. 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.
1890 W. S. Wall W. S. Wall, 1890. 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 [Second reprint, 1890]. Australian Museum Memoir 1: 1–65.
1851 W. S. Wall W. S. Wall, 1851. 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.
1932 W. S. Dun W. S. Dun, 1932. The lower marine forms of Myonia, with notes on a proposed new genus, Pachymyonia. Records of the Australian Museum 18 (8): 411–414.
1927 W. S. Dun W. S. Dun, 1927. Descriptions of Heliolitidae from the Upper Silurian, Yass, New South Wales. Based on notes by the late R. Etheridge, Junior. Records of the Australian Museum 15 (4): 255–262.
1916 W. Ramsay Smith W. Ramsay Smith, 1916. A description of some Tasmanian skulls. Records of the Australian Museum 11 (2): 15–29.
1911 W. Ramsay Smith W. Ramsay Smith, 1911. Description of cranial remains from Whangarei, New Zealand. Records of the Australian Museum 8 (2): 107–117.
1940 W. M. Tattersall W. M. Tattersall, 1940. Sydney University plankton investigations, under the direction of Professor W.J. Dakin, D.Sc. Report on a small collection of Mysidacea from the coastal waters of New South Wales. Records of the Australian Museum 20 (5): 327–340.
1918 W. J. Rainbow; R. H. Pulleine W. J. Rainbow; R. H. Pulleine, 1918. Australian Trapdoor spiders. Records of the Australian Museum 12 (7): 81–169.
1904 W. J. Rainbow W. J. Rainbow, 1904. Studies in Australian Araneidae. No. 2. Records of the Australian Museum 5 (2): 102–107.