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2005 Moulds M.S.. 2005. Song analyses of cicadas of the genera Aleeta Moulds and Tryella Moulds (Hemiptera: Cicadidae) Proceedings of the Linnean Society of New South Wales. 126. 133-142.  
2005 Moulds M.S.. 2005. An appraisal of the higher classification of cicadas (Hemiptera: Cicadoidea) with special reference to the Australian fauna Records of the Australian Museum. 57. 375-446. (  
2005 Reid C.A.M.. 2005. Book review: Catalog of the leaf beetles of America north of Mexico (Coleoptera: Megalopodidae, Orsodacnidae and Chrysomelidae, excluding Bruchinae). E. G. Riley, S. M. Clark, T. N. Seeno Annals of the Entomological Society of America. 98. (2): 243.  
2005 Reid C.A.M.. 2005. Book review: Host plants of leaf beetle species occurring in the United States and Canada (Coleoptera: Megalopodidae, Orsodacnidae, Chrysomelidae, excluding Bruchinae). S. M. Clark, D. G. LeDoux, T. S. Seeno, E. G. Riley, A. J. Gilbert, J. M. Sullivan Annals of the Entomological Society of America. 98. (2): 243-244.  
2005 Sutherland F.L.. 2005. Book Review: Volcanoes of Europe – A.Scarth & J.C. Tanguy Australian Geologist.  
2005 Sutherland F.L.. 2005. Book Review: Volcanic World Exploring The Solar System’s Volcanoes – Rosaly M.C. Lopes and Tracy K.P. Gregg Australian Geologist.  
2005 Sutherland F.L., Colchester D.M. and Webb G.. 2005. An apparent diatreme source for gem corundums and zircons, Gloucester River, New South Wales Journal and Proceedings of the Royal Society of New South Wales. 138. 77-84.  
2005 Sutherland F.L., Graham, I.T., Zwingmann, H., Pogson, R.E. and Baron B.J.. 2005. Belmore Volcanic Province, northeastern New South Wales and some implications for plume variations along migratory trails Australian Journal of Earth Science. 52. 897-919.  
2005 Sutherland F.L., Raynor, L.R. and Pogson, R.E.. 2005. Table Cape Vent xenolith suite, Northwest Tasmania: Mineralogy and implications for crust-mantle lithology and Miocene geotherms in Tasmania Papers and Proceedings of the Royal Society of Tasmania. 139. 7-22.  
2005 Sutherland F.L. and Webb G.. 2005. Gem minerals across Australia: West to east variations 28th Annual Conference of the Somt. Mineralogical Societies of Australia. Perth.  
2005 Sutherland F.L.. 2005. Book Review: The Geology of Australia - D. Johnson Nature Australia. 28. (4): 76.  
2005 Sutherland F.L.. 2005. Book Review: Australia’s Volcanoes – R. Ferrett Nature Australia. 28. (5): 74.  
2005 Sutherland F.L.. 2005. Book Review: Australia’s Four-Billion-Years Diary – R. Morrison Nature Australia. 28. (6): 76.  
2005 Sutherland F.L., Graham, I., Webb G., Pogson, R., Guiliani G. and Fallick A.. 2005. New ruby sources, Yarrowitch basalt field, eastern NSW. SGGMP-Port Macquarie 2005 Geological Society of Australia Abstracts. 76. 133-136.  
2005 Torrence R.. 2005. Valued stone: how so? Macfarlane, I., Paton, R. and Mountain, M. (ed). pp 357-72 In Many Exchanges: Archaeology, History, Community and the Work of Isabel McBryde. Aboriginal History Monograph.  
2005 Williams, P., Faith D.P., Manne, L., Sechrest, W. and Prestone C.. 2005. Complementarity analysis: Mapping the performance of surrogates for biodiversity Biological Conservation. 128. 253-264.  
2005 Yohe G., W. Neil Adger, Hadi Dowlatabadi, Kristie Ebi, Saleemul Huq, Dominic Moran, Dale Rothman, Kenneth Strzepek and Gina Ziervogel. 2005. Recognising uncertainties in evaluating responses Millennium Ecosystem Assessment. Responses Assessment. Island Press.  
2005 Sadlier R.A., O'Meally D. & Shea G.M.. 2005. A New Species of Spiny-tailed Gecko (Squamata: Diplodactylidae: Strophurus) from Inland Queensland Memoirs of the Queensland Museum. 51 . (2 ): 573-582.  
2005 Sadlier R.A., Couper P.J., Colgan D.J., Vanderduys E. & Rickard E.. 2005. A New Species of Scincid Lizard, Saproscincus eungellensis, from Mid-eastern Queensland Memoirs of the Queensland Museum. 51 . (2): 559-571.  
2005 Peta Landman, Kiersten Fishburn, Lynda Kelly and Susan Tonkin. 2005. Many Voices Making Choices: Museum Audiences with Disabilities. ( Australian Museum. ISBN 0734723180. 70 pp.  
2005 López, E., M. Capa, M. T. Aguado & P. Cladera. 2005. Capitellidae (Annelida: Polychaeta) from Coiba National Park, Pacific Coast of Panamá, with a new species of the genus Amastigos Cahiers de Biologie Marine. 46. 57-67.  
2005 Guinot D., Wilson G. D. F. & Schram F. 2005. Jurassic Isopod (Malacostraca: Peracarida) from Ranville, Normandy, France Journal of Paleontology. 79. 954-960.  
2005 Paxton, J.R. & G.D. Johnson. 2005. Rondeletiidae: Redmouth whalefishes; Barbourisiidae: Redvelvet whalefish; Cetomimidae: Whalefishes; Mirapinnidae: Tapetails & hairyfish; Megalomycteridae: Bignose fishes W.J. Richards (ed). pp 1079-1102 In Early Stages of Atlantic Fishes. An identification guide for the Western Central North Atlantic. Vol. 1. CRC Press: Boca Raton.  
2005 Frankham R. 2005. Ecosytem recovery enhanced by genotypic diversity Heredity. 95. 183.  
2005 Janette Griffin, Lynda Kelly, Gillian Savage and Janelle Hatherly. 2005. Museums Actively Researching Visitor Experiences and Learning (MARVEL): a methodological study Open Museum Journal. 7. 1-19.  
2005 Attenbrow, V. 2005. Book review: Palaeo-Environmental Change and the Persistence of Human Occupation in South-Western Australian Forests, by Joe Dortch, 2004 Archaeology in Oceania . 40(2). 77-78.  
2005 Gilligan DM, Briscoe DA and Frankham R. 2005. Comparative losses of quantitative and molecular genetic variation in finite populations of Drosophila melanogaster Genetical Research, Cambridge. 85. (1): 47-55.  
2005 Hiscock, P. and V. Attenbrow . 2005. Reduction continuums and tool use C. Clarkson and L. Lamb (ed). pp 43-55 In Lithics 'Down Under': Australian Perspectives on Lithic Reduction, Use and Classification. British Archaeological Reports International Monograph Series. Archaeopress: Oxford.  
2005 Hiscock, P. and V. Attenbrow . 2005. Australia’s Eastern Regional Sequence revisited: Technology and Change at Capertee 3 British Archaeological Reports International Series 1397. Archaeopress: Oxford. 151 pp.  
2005 Boles, W.E. 2005. Fossil honeyeaters (Meliphagidae) from the Late Tertiary of Riversleigh, north-western Queensland Emu. 105. 21-26.