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2005 Hutchings P.A; Haynes D.. 2005. Marine pollution special edition editorial Marine Pollution Bulletin. 51. 1-2.  
2005 Osorno A; Peyrot-Clausade, M; Hutchings P.A.. 2005. Patterns and rates of erosion in dead Porites across the Great Barrier Reef, Australia after 2 and 4 years of exposure Coral Reefs. 24. 292-303.  
2005 Hutchings P.A; Peyrot-Clausade, M; Osnorno A.. 2005. Influence of land runoff on rates and agents of bioerosion of coral substrates Marine Pollution Bulletin. 51. 438-447.  
2005 Garraffoni A.R.S; Lana, P.C; Hutchings P.A.. 2005. A catalogue of the Trichobranchinae (Polychaeta: Terebellidae) of the world Zootaxa. 1065. 1-27.  
2005 Ford E; Hutchings P.A.. 2005. An analysis of morphological characters of Owenia useful to distinguish species: description of three new species of Owenia (Oweniidae: Polychaeta) from Australian waters Marine Ecology. 26. 181-196.  
2004 Hutchings P.A.. 2004. Polychaetes — their biological diversity Records of the South Australian Museum Series. 7. 39-49.  
2004 Hutchings P.A.. 2004. Port Surveys for introduced marine species- and the fate of the material examined Marine Pollution Bulletin. 48. 1009-1011.  
2004 Hutchings P.A.. 2004. Conservation of Australian Marine Invertebrates JMBA Global marine environment. 1. 18-19.  
2004 Neil, K.M; Hutchings P.A; Stafford, H.. 2004. Port surveys for non-indigenous species - the benefits of taxonomic networks Journal of Marine Science and Environment. 1. 11-17.  
2004 Hutchings P.A.. 2004. Invertebrates and threatened species legislation Hutchings P.A., D. Lunney and C. Dickman (ed). pp N/A In Threatened Species Legislation: is it just an Act. N/A: 88-93.  
2004 Hutchings P.A; Glasby C.. 2004. Port surveys for introduced marine species-and the fate of the material collected Marine Pollution Bulletin. 48. (1009-1011): N/A.  
2004 N/A. 2004. Threatened Species Legislation: is it just an Act N/A. N/A pp.  
2004 Hutchings P.A.. 2004. The conservation of urban marine/estuarine wetlands-conflicts and resolutions D. Lunney and S. Burgin (ed). pp 190-194 In Urban Wildlife: more than meets the eye. Royal Zoological Society of NSW: Mosman.  
2004 Glasby C.J; Hutchings P.A; Hall, K.. 2004. Phylogeny of the polychaete order Terebellomorpha (Polychaeta: Terebellidae) based on morphology Journal of Marine Biological Association UK. 84. (5): 961-971.  
2004 Dickman C; Hutchings P.A; Lunney D.. 2004. Threatened species legislation: just one act in the play Hutchings P.A, D. Lunney and C. Dickman (ed). pp 189-192 In Threatened Species Legislation: is it just an Act. N/A.  
2004 Hall, K.A; Hutchings P.A; Colgan D.J.. 2004. Further phylogenetic studies of the Polychaeta using 18S rDNA sequence data Journal of the Marine Biological Association of the United Kingdom. 84. 949-960.  
2003 Hutchings P.A.. 2003. Threatened Species Management: out of its depth for marine invertebrates Hutchings P.A. and Dan Lunney (ed). pp 81–88 In Conserving marine environments. Out of sight out of mind. Royal Zoological Society NSW.  
2003 Wells, P; Baker, J; Chapman, P; Elliott, M; Hutchings P.A; Mann, K; Olive, P; Pearce, J; Phillips D; Shepard C.. 2003. From mimeos to E–copy — a tribute to Professor R.B. (Bob) Clark, founding editor of the Marine Pollution Bulletin Marine Pollution Bulletin . 46. 1051–1054.  
2003 Nogueira, J.M; Hutchings P.A; Cecília A; Amaral, Z.. 2003. Articulatia, a new genus of Terebellinae (Polychaeta, Terebellidae) living in Brazilian corals Journal of Marine Biological Association. 83. 761–770.  
2003 Meißner, K; Hutchings P.A.. 2003. Spiophanes species (Polychaeta: Spionidae) from Eastern Australia with a description of new species, new records and an emended generic diagnosis Records of the Australian Museum. 55. (2): 117–140. (  
2003 Hutchings P.A; Lunney D.. 2003. Filtering the words on the rising tide of the marine conservation debate Hutchings P.A. and Dan Lunney (ed). pp 129–139 In Conserving marine environments. Out of sight out of mind. Royal Zoological Society NSW.  
2003 Hutchings P.A; Karageorgopoulos, P.. 2003. Designation of a neotype of Marphysa sanguinea (Montagu, 1813) and a description of a new species of Marphysa from eastern Australia Hydrobiologia. 496. 87–94.  
2003 Hutchings P.A; Filmer–Sankey, P.. 2003. The Australian Experience with Taxonomic Support for IAS Surveys N/A: Arraial do Cabo, Brazil. N/A pp.  
2003 Hutchings P.A; Avery, L.. 2003. New records of the Terebellidae, Trichobranchidae, and Pectinariidae (Polychaeta: Terebellida) from the Dampier Archipelago, Western Australia Wells (ed). pp 425-451 In Fauna and Flora of the Dampier Archipelago. Records of the Western Australian Museum. N/A.  
2002 Hutchings P.A.. 2002. Deliberate translocation of marine invertebrates. A personal perspective D. Lunney and C. Dickman (ed). pp 163–165 In A Zoological Revolution Using native fauna to assist its own survival. Royal Zoological Society of NSW.  
2002 Wallace C.C; Paulay G; Hoeksema B.W.H; Bellwood D.R; Hutchings P.A; Barber, P.H; Erdmann, M; Wolstenholme, J.. 2002. Nature and origins of unique high diversity reef faunas in the Bay of Tomini, Central Sulawesi: the ultimate ‘Centre of Diversity” Proceedings of the 9th Coral Reef Symposium. 1. 185–192.  
2002 Tribollet A; G. Decherf; Hutchings P.A; M. Peyrot–Clausade. 2002. Spatial large scale variability in bioerosion of experimental coral substrates on the GBR (Australia) Importance of microborers Coral Reefs. 21. 424–432.  
2002 Pari, N; Peyrot–Clausade, M; Hutchings P.A.. 2002. Bioerosion of experimental substrates on high islands and atoll lagoons (French Polynesia) during 5 years of exposure Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology. 276. 109–127.  
2002 Hutchings P.A; Peyrot–Clausade, M.. 2002. The distribution and abundance of boring species of polychaetes and sipunculans in coral substrates in French Polynesia Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology. 269. 101–121.  
2002 Hutchings P.A; Hilliard, R.W.L; Coles, S.. 2002. Species Introductions and Potential for Marine Pest Invasions into Tropical Marine Communities, with Special Reference to the Indo–Pacific Pacific Science. 56. (2): 223–233.