Australian Museum Journals

Year First Author Reference
1923 Allan R. McCulloch; W. J. Phillipps Allan R. McCulloch; W. J. Phillipps, 1923. Notes on New Zealand fishes. Records of the Australian Museum 14 (1): 18–22.
1979 Allen E. Greer Allen E. Greer, 1979. A new Sphenomorphus (Lacertilia: Scincidae) from the rainforests of northeastern Queensland. Records of the Australian Museum 32 (9): 373–383.
1982 Allen E. Greer Allen E. Greer, 1982. A new species of Leiolopisma (Lacertilia: Scincidae) from Western Australia. Records of the Australian Museum 34 (12): 549–573.
1979 Allen E. Greer Allen E. Greer, 1979. Eremiascincus, a new generic name for some Australian sand swimming skinks (Lacertilla: Scincidae). Records of the Australian Museum 32 (7): 321–338.
1981 Allen E. Greer Allen E. Greer, 1981. A new species of Morethia (Lacertilia: Scincidae) from northern Australia, with comments on the biology and relationships of the genus. Records of the Australian Museum 33 (2): 89–122.
1983 Allen E. Greer Allen E. Greer, 1983. The Australian scincid lizard genus Calyptotis De Vis: resurrection of the name, description of four new species, and discussion of relationships. Records of the Australian Museum 35 (1): 29–59.
1979 Allen E. Greer Allen E. Greer, 1979. A phylogenetic subdivision of Australian skinks. Records of the Australian Museum 32 (8): 339–371.
1992 Allen E. Greer Allen E. Greer, 1992. Revision of the species previously associated with the Australian scincid lizard Eulamprus tenuis. Records of the Australian Museum 44 (1): 7–19.
1979 Allen E. Greer Allen E. Greer, 1979. A new species of Lerista (Lacertilia: Scincidae) from northern Queensland, with remarks on the origin of the genus. Records of the Australian Museum 32 (10): 383–388.
1985 Allen E. Greer; Harold G. Cogger Allen E. Greer; Harold G. Cogger, 1985. Systematics of the reduce-limbed and limbless skinks currently assigned to the genus Anomalopus (Lacertilia: Scincidae). Records of the Australian Museum 37 (1): 11–54.
2011 Amanda C. Hay; Jeff M. Leis Amanda C. Hay; Jeff M. Leis, 2011. The pelagic larva of the Midnight Snapper, Macolor macularis (Teleostei: Lutjanidae). Records of the Australian Museum 63 (1): 85–88.
2014 Amber K. Gillett Amber K. Gillett, 2014. An examination of disease in captive Australian koalas (Phascolarctos cinereus) and potential links to koala retrovirus (KoRV). Technical Reports of the Australian Museum (online) 24: 39–45.
1991 Anders Warén; M. R. Crossland Anders Warén; M. R. Crossland, 1991. Revision of Hypermastus Pilsbry, 1899 and Turveria Berry, 1956 (Gastropoda: Prosobranchia: Eulimidae), two genera parasitic on sand dollars. Records of the Australian Museum 43 (1): 85–112.
2004 Anita Smith Anita Smith, 2004. Are the earliest field monuments of the Pacific landscape serial sites? In A Pacific Odyssey: Archaeology and Anthropology in the Western Pacific. Papers in Honour of Jim Specht. Records of the Australian Museum, Supplement 29: 133–138.
2010 Anna Murray; Pat Hutchings; T. Gottfried Pillai Anna Murray; Pat Hutchings; T. Gottfried Pillai, 2010. Note on Hydroides malleolaspinus from the Kimberleys of Western Australia (Polychaeta: Serpulidae). Records of the Australian Museum 62 (3): 393–394.
2015 Anna Zhadan Anna Zhadan, 2015. Cossuridae (Annelida: Polychaeta: Sedentaria) from Australian and adjacent waters: the first faunistic survey. Records of the Australian Museum 67 (1): 1–24.
2011 Anne Ross; Helene Tomkins Anne Ross; Helene Tomkins, 2011. Changing Perspectives in Australian Archaeology, part IX. Fishing for data—the value of fine-mesh screening for fish-bone recovery: a case study from Peel Island, Moreton Bay, Queensland. Technical Reports of the Australian Museum (online) 23 (9): 133–145.
1997 Anne Warren Anne Warren, 1997. A tetrapod fauna from the Permian of the Sydney Basin. Records of the Australian Museum 49 (1): 25–33.
1890 Anonymous Anonymous, 1890. Specimens obtained on a dredging trip in Port Jackson, Saturday, 30th May, 1890. Records of the Australian Museum 1 (4): 84–88.
1899 Anonymous Anonymous, 1899. XIX. Summary of the fauna of Funafuti. Australian Museum Memoir 3 (8): 511–535.