Australian Museum Journals

Year First Author Reference
1993 Isabel McBryde; A. Watchman Isabel McBryde; A. Watchman, 1993. Lost in the Sirius?—Consideration of the provenance of the hatchet head recovered from the Sirius wreck site, Norfolk Island. In F.D. McCarthy, Commemorative Papers (Archaeology, Anthropology, Rock Art), ed. Jim Specht. Records of the Australian Museum, Supplement 17: 129–143.
2017 Isabel T. Hyman; Frank Köhler Isabel T. Hyman; Frank Köhler, 2017. Attenborougharion gen. nov. (Mollusca: Pulmonata: Helicarionidae): a likely case of convergent evolution in southeastern Tasmania. Records of the Australian Museum 69 (2): 65–72.
2004 J. Stephen Athens; Jerome V. Ward J. Stephen Athens; Jerome V. Ward, 2004. Holocene vegetation, savanna origins and human settlement of Guam. In A Pacific Odyssey: Archaeology and Anthropology in the Western Pacific. Papers in Honour of Jim Specht. Records of the Australian Museum, Supplement 29: 15–30.
1976 J. A. Blake; K. H. Woodwick J. A. Blake; K. H. Woodwick, 1976. A new species of Boccardia (Polychaeta: Spionidae) from two freshwater lakes in southeastern Australia. Records of the Australian Museum 30 (7): 123–128.
1987 J. A. Friend J. A. Friend, 1987. The terrestrial amphipods (Amphipoda: Talitridae) of Tasmania: systematics and zoogeography. Records of the Australian Museum, Supplement 7: 1–85.
1949 J. A. Keast J. A. Keast, 1949. Field notes on the grey-tailed tattler. Records of the Australian Museum 22 (2): 207–211.
1946 J. A. Tubb J. A. Tubb, 1946. On the occurrence of Alepas pacifica Pilsbry in Tasmania. Records of the Australian Museum 21 (7): 383–385.
1911 J. Arthur Thomson; Doris L. Mackinnon J. Arthur Thomson; Doris L. Mackinnon, 1911. Scientific results of the trawling expedition of H.M.C.S. "Thetis" off the coast of New South Wales, in February and March, 1898, the Alcyonarians of the "Thetis" Expedition. Australian Museum Memoir 4 (13): 661–695.
1967 J. B. Waterhouse J. B. Waterhouse, 1967. A new species of Attenuatella (Brachiopoda) from Permian beds near Drake, New South Wales. Records of the Australian Museum 27 (7): 167–173.
1890 J. Brazier; T. Whitelegge J. Brazier; T. Whitelegge, 1890. Specimens obtained on a dredging trip in Port Jackson, Saturday, 30th May, 1890. Records of the Australian Museum 1 (4): 84–88.
1976 J. Broadbent; S. Clark J. Broadbent; S. Clark, 1976. A Faunal Survey of East Australian Rainforests. Studies by the Australian Museum in Mid-eastern and North-eastern Queensland and Northern New South Wales. Technical Reports of the Australian Museum 0: 1–132.
1988 J. C. Walker J. C. Walker, 1988. Classification of Australian buliniform planorbids (Mollusca: Pulmonata). Records of the Australian Museum 40 (2): 61–89.
1985 J. D. Hollis; F. L. Sutherland J. D. Hollis; F. L. Sutherland, 1985. Occurrences and origins of gem zircons in eastern Australia. Records of the Australian Museum 36 (6): 299–311.
1983 J. D. Hollis; F. L. Sutherland; R. E. Pogson J. D. Hollis; F. L. Sutherland; R. E. Pogson, 1983. High pressure minerals and the origin of the Tertiary Breccia Pipe, Ballogie Gem Mine, near Proston, Queensland. Records of the Australian Museum 35 (4): 181–194.
1976 J. D. Kudenov J. D. Kudenov, 1976. Polychaeta from southeastern Australia. 1. Acrocirridae Banse, 1969, from Victoria and New South Wales. Records of the Australian Museum 30 (9): 137–149.
1890 J. Douglas Ogilby J. Douglas Ogilby, 1890. Report on a zoological collection from the Solomon Islands. Part II. Reptilia. Batrachia. Pisces. Crustacea. Insecta. Echinodermata. Records of the Australian Museum 1 (1): 5–7.
1892 J. Douglas Ogilby J. Douglas Ogilby, 1892. Descriptions of three new Australian lizards. Records of the Australian Museum 2 (1): 6–11.
1893 J. Douglas Ogilby J. Douglas Ogilby, 1893. Description of a new shark from the Tasmanian coast. Records of the Australian Museum 2 (5): 62–63.
1893 J. Douglas Ogilby J. Douglas Ogilby, 1893. Description of a new pelagic fish from New Zealand. Records of the Australian Museum 2 (5): 64–65.
1893 J. Douglas Ogilby J. Douglas Ogilby, 1893. Review of the genus Schedophilus, Cocco, and its allies. Records of the Australian Museum 2 (5): 65–73.