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Tahir, S. S. 1996. New species of Calandrinia (Portulacaceae)
from Queensland. 116: 153-159.

Tahir, S. S. & Carolin, R. 1989. Seed type and seed surface
patterns in Calandrinia sens. lat. (Portulacaceae). 110: 307-

Tait, N. N., Stutchbury, R. J. & Briscoe, D. A. 1990. Review of
the discovery and identification of Onychophora in Australia.
112: 153-171.

Tate, R. 1878. Descriptions of three new species of Helix, from
South Australia. (1)2: 290-291.

Tate, R. 1880. Rectification of the nomenclature of Purpura
anomala, Angas. (1)5: 131-132.

Tate, R. 1881a. On Menke’s Australian shells. (1)6: 387-408.

Tate, R. 1881b. Description of a new species of Australian
Amplexa. (1)6: 409-410.

Tate, R. 1894a. Note on Colina Brazieri, Tryon. (2)8: 244.

Tate, R. 1894b. Note on the Tertiary fossils from Hall Sound, New
Guinea. (2)9: 213-214.

Tate, R. & Brazier, J. 1881. Check list of the fresh-water shells
of Australia. (1)6: 552-569.

Tate, R. & May, W. L. 1901. A revised census of the marine
Mollusca of Tasmania. 26: 344-471.

Taylor, F. H. 1914a. A revision of the Culicidae in the Macleay
Museum, Sydney. 38: 747-760.

Taylor, F. H. 1914b. Contributions to a knowledge of Australian
Culicidae. No. i. 39: 454-468.

Taylor, F. H. 1915. Contributions to a knowledge of Australian
Culicidae. No. ii. 40: 176-184.

Taylor, F. H. 1916a. Australian Tabanidae. No. i. 40: 806-815.

Taylor, F. H. 1916b. Contributions to a knowledge of Australian
Culicidae. No. iii. 41: 564-574.

Taylor, F. H. 1917a. Australian Tabanidae [Diptera]. No. ii. 41:

Taylor, F. H. 1917b. Australian Tabanidae [Diptera]. No. iii. 42:

Taylor, F. H. 1919a. Contributions to a knowledge of Australian
Culicidae. No. iv. 43: 826-843.

Taylor, F. H. 1919b. Australian Tabanidae [Diptera]. No. iv. 44:

Taylor, F. H. 1934. The Diptera of the territory of New Guinea.
I. Family Culicidae. 59: 229-236.

Taylor, F. H. 1942. Contributions to a knowledge of Australian
Culicidae. No. V. 67: 277-278.

Taylor, F. H. 1943a. Presidential Address. 68: i-x.

Taylor, F. H. 1943b. Contributions to a knowledge of Australian
Culicidae. No. VI. 68: 153-157.

Taylor, F. H. 1944a. Contributions to a knowledge of Australian
Culicidae. No. VII. 69: 120-128.

Taylor, F. H. 1944b. Arachnid notes. 69: 185-187.

Taylor, F. H. 1945a. Contributions to a knowledge of Australian
Culicidae. No. VIII. 70: 211-212.

Taylor, F. H. 1945b. The Diptera of the territory of New Guinea.
XIII. Family Tabanidae. Part I. The genus Chrysops. 70: 328-

Taylor, G. 1972. Sedimentation in Jervis Bay. 96: 297-306.

Taylor, K. L. 1965. A note on Creiis periculosa (Olliff)
(Homoptera: Psyllidae). 89: 250-253.

Taylor, T. G. 1906a. The first recorded occurrence of Blastoidea
in New South Wales. 31: 54-59.

Taylor, T. G. 1906b. A correlation of contour, climate and coal. A
contribution to the physiography of New South Wales. 31: 517-

Taylor, T. G. 1907. The lake George Senkungsfeld, a study of the
evolution of lakes George and Bathurst, N.S.W. 32: 325-345.

Tchan, Y. T. 1952a. Studies of n-fixing bacteria. I. A note on
the estimation of Azotobacter in the soil. 77: 89-91.

Tchan, Y. T. 1952b. Studies of nitrogen-fixing bacteria. II. The
presence of aerobic non-symbiotic nitrogen-fixing bacteria
in soils of the Sydney district. 77: 92-97.

Tchan, Y. T. 1953a. Study of soil algae. I. Fluorescence
microscopy for the study of soil algae. 77: 265-269.

Tchan, Y. T. 1953b. Studies of n-fixing bacteria. III. Azotobacter
beijerinckii (Lipman, 1903), var. acido-tolerans (Tchan,
1952). 78: 83-84.

Tchan, Y. T. 1953c. Studies of n-fixing bacteria. IV. Taxonomy of
genus Azotobacter (Beijerinck, 1901). 78: 85-89.

Tchan, Y. T. 1953d. Studies of n-fixing bacteria. V. Presence of
Beijerinckia in northern Australia and geographic
distribution of non-symbiotic n-fixing micro-organisms. 78:

Tchan, Y. T. 1958. Studies on nitrogen-fixing bacteria. VI. A new
species of nitrogen-fixing bacteria. 82: 314-316.

Tchan, Y. T. & Beadle, N. C. W. 1955. Nitrogen economy in semi-
arid communities. Part II. The non-symbiotic nitrogen-fixing
organisms. 80: 97-104.

Tchan, Y. T. & Jackson, D. L. 1966. Studies of nitrogen fixing
bacteria. IX. Study of inoculation of wheat with Azotobacter
in laboratory and field experiments. 90: 290-298.

Tchan, Y. T. & Jensen, H. L. 1964. Studies of nitrogen fixing
bacteria. VIII. Influence of N-content of the media on the N-
fixation capacity and the colony variation of Derxia gummosa
Jensen et al. (1960). 88: 379-385.

Tchan, Y. T. & Vincent, J. M. 1979. Hans Laurits Jensen, 1898-
1977. Macleay bacteriologist, 1929-1947. (Memorial Series
No. 26). 103: 131-132.

Tchan, Y. T. & Whitehouse, J. A. 1953. Study of soil algae. II.
The variation of the algal population in sandy soils. 78:

Teichert, C. 1947. Contributions to the geology of Houtman’s
Abrolhos, Western Australia. 71: 145-196.

Telford, P. G. 1971. Stratigraphy and palaeontology of the Drake
area, New South Wales. 95: 232-245.

Tenison-Woods, J. E. 1877a. Observations on the genus Risella.
(1)1: 242-249.

Tenison-Woods, J. E. 1877b. On some Australian species of
Trochocochlea. (1)2: 89-96.

Tenison-Woods, J. E. 1878a. On a new species of Neaera. (1)2:

Tenison-Woods, J. E. 1878b. On a variety of Trigonia Lamarckii.
(1)2: 125.

Tenison-Woods, J. E. 1878c. On a tertiary formation at New
Guinea. (1)2: 125-128.

Tenison-Woods, J. E. 1878d. The Echini of Australia (including
those of the Chevert Expedition). (1)2: 145-176.

Tenison-Woods, J. E. 1878e. On some Australian shells, described
by Dr. A. Gould. (1)2: 250-261.

Tenison-Woods, J. E. 1878f. On some new marine shells. (1)2: 262-

Tenison-Woods, J. E. 1878g. On some Tertiary fossils, from New
Guinea. (1)2: 267-268.

Tenison-Woods, J. E. 1878h. On the extratropical corals of
Australia. (1)2: 292-341.

Tenison-Woods, J. E. 1878i. On the Echini of Australia.
Supplemental note to the paper on the above subject. (1)2:

Tenison-Woods, J. E. 1878j. On an Australian variety of Neritina
pulligera, Linn. (1)3: 3-6.

Tenison-Woods, J. E. 1878k. On a new genus of Milleporidae. (1)3:

Tenison-Woods, J. E. 1878l. On a new species of Psammoseris.
(1)3: 8-11.

Tenison-Woods, J. E. 1878m. On a new species of Desmophyllum (D.
quinarium) and a young stage of Cycloseris sinensis. (1)3:

Tenison-Woods, J. E. 1878n. On some Australian Littorinidae.
(1)3: 55-72.

Tenison-Woods, J. E. 1878o. On Bulimus Dufresnii. (1)3: 81-91.

Tenison-Woods, J. E. 1878p. On three new genera and one new
species of Madreporaria corals. (1)3: 92-99.

Tenison-Woods, J. E. 1878q. On two new species of land shells.
(1)3: 123-126.

Tenison-Woods, J. E. 1878r. On a new genus of Polyzoa. (1)3: 126-

Tenison-Woods, J. E. 1878s. On some corals from Darnley Island.
(1)3: 128-131.

Tenison-Woods, J. E. 1878t. On some new extratropical corals.
(1)3: 131-135.

Tenison-Woods, J. E. 1878u. On some freshwater shells from New
Zealand. (1)3: 135-139.

Tenison-Woods, J. E. 1879a. On some Tertiary fossils from Muddy
Creek, western Victoria. (1)3: 222-240.

Tenison-Woods, J. E. 1879b. On some Tertiary fossils. (1)4: 1-20.

Tenison-Woods, J. E. 1879c. On some new marine shells. (1)4: 21-

Tenison-Woods, J. E. 1879d. On some freshwater shells from N.
Guinea. (1)4: 24-26.

Tenison-Woods, J. E. 1879e. On some new marine shells from
Moreton Bay. (1)4: 108-111.

Tenison-Woods, J. E. 1879f. On Arauja albens. (1)4: 111-112.

Tenison-Woods, J. E. 1879g. On the relations of the Brisbane
flora. (1)4: 117-137.

Tenison-Woods, J. E. 1879h On some new Australian Echini. (1)4:

Tenison-Woods, J. E. 1879i. On Heteropsammia Michelinii, of
Edwards and Haime. (1)4: 293-301.

Tenison-Woods, J. E. 1879j. On a new species of Distichopora.
(1)4: 301-303.

Tenison-Woods, J. E. 1879k. On some fossils from Levuka, Viti.
(1)4: 358-359.

Tenison-Woods, J. E. 1879l. On some post Tertiary fossils from
New Caledonia. (1)4: 360-363.

Tenison-Woods, J. E. 1880a. Presidential Address. (1)4: 471-491.

Tenison-Woods, J. E. 1880b. On some of the littoral marine fauna
of north-east Australia. (1)5: 106-131.

Tenison-Woods, J. E. 1880c. On a fossiliferous bed at the mouth
of the Endeavour River. (1)5: 187-189.

Tenison-Woods, J. E. 1880d. On the habits of some Australian
Echini. (1)5: 193-204.

Tenison-Woods, J. E. 1881a. On a new species of Flabellum. (1)5:

Tenison-Woods, J. E. 1881b. On a new species of Diaseris. (1)5:

Tenison-Woods, J. E. 1881c. On a young specimen of a Temnopleurus.
(1)5: 493-494.

Tenison-Woods, J. E. 1881d. Presidential Address. (1)5: 638-652.

Tenison-Woods, J. E. 1882a. Botanical notes on Queensland. No. I.
(1)7: 76-83.

Tenison-Woods, J. E. 1882b. On a new species of Stomopneustes and
a new variety of Hipponoe variegata. (1)7: 93-94

Tenison-Woods, J. E. 1882c. On various deposits of fossil plants
in Queensland. (1)7: 95-98.

Tenison-Woods, J. E. 1882d. Botanical notes on Queensland. No.
II. The tropics. (1)7: 136-147.

Tenison-Woods, J. E. 1882e. On a new species of Allopora. (1)7:

Tenison-Woods, J. E. 1882f. Botanical notes in Queensland. No.
III. (1)7: 305-310.

Tenison-Woods, J. E. 1882g. Botanical notes on Queensland. No.
IV. (1)7: 331-342.

Tenison-Woods, J. E. 1882h. On a coal plant from Queensland. (1)7:

Tenison-Woods, J. E. 1882i. Physical structure and geology of
Australia. (1)7: 371-389.

Tenison-Woods, J. E. 1882j. On a large Mesozoic Mytilus from the
Barcoo. (1)7: 389-392.

Tenison-Woods, J. E. 1883a. Botanical notes on Queensland. No. V.
(1)7: 565-585.

Tenison-Woods, J. E. 1883b. On a species of Brachyphyllum from
Mesozoic coal beds, Ipswich, Queensland. (1)7: 659-661.

Tenison-Woods, J. E. 1883c. On the fossil flora of the coal
deposits of Australia. (1)8: 37-167.

Tenison-Woods, J. E. 1883d. On some Mesozoic fossils from central
Australia. (1)8: 235-242.

Tenison-Woods, J. E. 1885. Report on the geology and physical
geography of the state of Perak. (1)9: 1175-1203.

Tenison-Woods, J. E. 1888a. On the volcano of Taal. (2)2: 685-

Tenison-Woods, J. E. 1888b. Fisheries of the oriental region.
(2)3: 165-255.

Tenison-Woods, J. E. 1888c. Geographical notes in Malaysia and
Asia. (2)3: 557-650.

Tenison-Woods, J. E. 1888d. Malaysian land and freshwater
Mollusca. (2)3: 1003-1095.

Tenison-Woods, J. E. 1889. On the vegetation of Malaysia. (2)4:

Tenison-Woods, J. E. & Bailey, F. M. 1880. On some of the fungi
of New South Wales and Queensland. (1)5: 50-92.

Teo, C. & Baker, E. P. 1975. Mutagenic effects of ethyl
methanesulphonate on the oat stem rust pathogen (Puccinia
graminis f.sp. avenae). 99: 166-173.

Thery, A. 1923. Note on the genus Synechocera, with description
of a new species. 48: 517-518.

Thery, A. 1928. A new buprestid from Australia. 53: 456-457.

Thiem, J. D., Ebner, B. C. & Broadhurst, B. T. 2008. Diel
activity of the endangered trout cod (Maccullochella
macquariensis) in the Murrumbidgee River. 129: 167-173.

Thomas, D. P. & Gould, R. E. 1981a. Tertiary non-marine diatoms
from eastern Australia: descriptions of taxa. 105: 23-52.

Thomas, D. P. & Gould, R. E. 1981b. Tertiary non-marine diatoms
from eastern Australia: palaeoecological interpretation and
biostratigraphy. 105: 53-63.

Thompson, G. B. & Plomley, N. J. B. 1938. A list of the insect
ectoparasites recorded from Australian birds and mammals.
63: 105-127.

Thompson, J. 1958. Systematic notes on some eastern Australian
members of the Papilionaceae. 83: 187-189.

Thomson, J. M. 1967. New species and new records of fish from
Queensland. 92: 145-150.

Tillyard, R. J. 1905a. On dimorphism in the female of Ischnura
heterosticta, Burm. 30: 302-306.

Tillyard, R. J. 1905b. On the supposed numerical preponderance of
the males in Odonata. 30: 344-349.

Tillyard, R. J. 1906a. Descriptions of three new species of
Austrogomphus (Neuroptera: Odonata). 30: 547-554.

Tillyard, R. J. 1906b. New Australian species of the family
Agrionidae (Neuroptera: Odonata). 31: 177-194.

Tillyard, R. J. 1906c. Life-history of Lestes leda Selys. 31: 409-

Tillyard, R. J. 1906d. New Australian species of the family
Libellulidae [Neuroptera: Odonata]. 31: 480-492.

Tillyard, R. J. 1907a. New Australian species of the family
Aeschnidae [Neuroptera: Odonata]. 31: 722-730.

Tillyard, R. J. 1907b. On dimorphism in the females of Australian
Agrionidae. 32: 382-390.

Tillyard, R. J. 1907c. New Australian species of the family
Calopterygidae. 32: 394-399.

Tillyard, R. J. 1908a. On the genus Petalura, with description of
a new species. 32: 708-718.

Tillyard, R. J. 1908b. The dragonflies of south-western Australia.
32: 719-742.

Tillyard, R. J. 1908c. On a collection of dragonflies from central
Australia, with descriptions of new species. 32: 761-767.

Tillyard, R. J. 1908d. On the new genus Austrogynacantha
[Neuroptera: Odonata] with description of species. 33: 423-

Tillyard, R. J. 1908e. On the genus Nannodythemis, with
descriptions of new species [Neuroptera: Odonata]. 33: 444-

Tillyard, R. J. 1908f. On some remarkable Australian Libellulinae.
Part II. Descriptions of new species. 33: 637-649.

Tillyard, R. J. 1909a. On some remarkable Australian Corduliinae,
with descriptions of new species. 33: 737-751.

Tillyard, R. J. 1909b. On some rare Australian Gomphinae, with
descriptions of new species. 34: 238-255.

Tillyard, R. J. 1909c. Studies in the life-histories of Australian
Odonata. I. The life-history of Petalura gigantea Leach. 34:

Tillyard, R. J. 1909d. Studies in the life-histories of Australian
Odonata. Part II. Life-history of Diphlebia lestoides Selys.
34: 370-383.

Tillyard, R. J. 1910a. Studies in the life-histories of
Australian Odonata. No. 3. Notes on a new species of
Phyllopetalia; with description of nymph and imago. 34: 697-

Tillyard, R. J. 1910b. Monograph of the genus Synthemis.
[Neuroptera: Odonata]. 35: 312-377.

Tillyard, R. J. 1910c. On some experiments with dragonfly larvae.
35: 666-676.

Tillyard, R. J. 1911a. On some remarkable Australian
Libellulinae. Part iii. Further notes on Camacinia othello
Tillyard. 35: 859-861.

Tillyard, R. J. 1911b. Studies in the life-histories of Australian
Odonata. No. 4. Further notes on the life-history of Petalura
gigantea Leach. 36: 86-96.

Tillyard, R. J. 1911c. Further notes on some rare Australian
Corduliinae, with descriptions of new species. 36: 366-387.

Tillyard, R. J. 1911d. On the genus Cordulephya. 36: 388-422.

Tillyard, R. J. 1912. On the genus Diphlebia, with descriptions
of new species, and life-histories. 36: 584-604.

Tillyard, R. J. 1913a. On some new and rare Australian Agrionidae
(Odonata). 37: 404-479.

Tillyard, R. J. 1913b. On some Australian Anisoptera, with
descriptions of new species. 37: 572-584.

Tillyard, R. J. 1913c. Description and life-history of a new
species of Nannophlebia. 37: 712-726.

Tillyard, R. J. 1913d. Some descriptions of new forms of
Australian Odonata. 38: 229-241.

Tillyard, R. J. 1914a. Study of the Odonata of Tasmania in
relation to the Bassian isthmus. 38: 765-778.

Tillyard, R. J. 1914b. On the study of zoogeographical regions by
means of specific contours. With an application to the
Odonata of Australia. 39: 21-43.

Tillyard, R. J. 1914c. On some problems concerning the development
of the wing-venation of Odonata. 39: 163-216.

Tillyard, R. J. 1915a. On the development of the wing-venation in
zygopterous dragonflies, with special reference to the
Calopterygidae. 40: 212-230.

Tillyard, R. J. 1915b. On the physiology of the rectal gills in
the larvae of anisopterid dragonflies. 40: 422-437.

Tillyard, R. J. 1916a. Studies in Australian Neuroptera. No. i.
The wing-venation of the Myrmeleonidae. 40: 734-752.

Tillyard, R. J. 1916b. Studies in Australian Neuroptera. No. ii.
Descriptions of new genera and species of the families
Osmylidae, Myrmeleontidae, and Ascalaphidae. 41: 41-70.

Tillyard, R. J. 1916c. Studies in Australian Neuroptera. No. 3.
The wing-venation of the Chrysopidae. 41: 221-248.

Tillyard, R. J. 1916d. Studies in Australian Neuroptera. No. iv.
The families Ithonidae, Hemerobiidae, Sisyridae, Berothidae,
and the new family Trichomatidae; with a discussion of their
characters and relationships, and descriptions of new and
little-known genera and species. 41: 269-332.

Tillyard, R. J. 1916e. Further observations on the emergence of
dragonfly larvae from the egg, with special reference to the
problem of respiration. 41: 388-416.

Tillyard, R. J. 1917a. Further researches upon the problems of
the radial and zygopterid sectors in the wings of Odonata,
and upon the formation of bridges. 41: 871-887.

Tillyard, R. J. 1917b. On the morphology of the caudal gills of
the larvae of zygopterid dragonflies. Introduction. Part i.
(General morphology), and Part ii. (Studies of the separate
types). 42: 31-112.

Tillyard, R. J. 1917c. The wing venation of Lepidoptera.
(Preliminary report). 42: 167-174.

Tillyard, R. J. 1917d. Mesozoic insects of Queensland. No. 1.
Planipennia, Trichoptera, and the new order Protomecoptera.
42: 175-200.

Tillyard, R. J. 1917e. Studies in Australian Mecoptera. No. i. The
new family Nannochoristidae, with descriptions of a new genus
and four new species: and an appendix descriptive of a new
genus and species from New Zealand. 42: 284-301.

Tillyard, R. J. 1917f. On some new dragonflies from Australia and
Tasmania [order Odonata]. 42: 450-479.

Tillyard, R. J. 1917g. Odonata, Planipennia, and Trichoptera from
Lord Howe and Norfolk Islands. 42: 529-544.

Tillyard, R. J. 1917h. On the morphology of the caudal gills of
the larvae of zygopterid dragonflies. Part iii. (Ontogeny),
and Part iv. (Phylogeny). 42: 606-632.

Tillyard, R. J. 1918a. Mesozoic insects of Queensland. No. 2. The
fossil dragonfly Aeschnidiopsis (Aeschna) flindersiensis
Woodward), from the Rolling Downs (Cretaceous) series. 42:

Tillyard, R. J. 1918b. Permian and Triassic insects from New South
Wales, in the collection of Mr. John Mitchell. 42: 720-756.

Tillyard, R. J. 1918c. Studies in Australian Neuroptera. No. 5.
The structure of the cubitus in the wings of the
Myrmeleontidae. 43: 116-122.

Tillyard, R. J. 1918d. On the affinities of two interesting fossil
insects from the Upper Carboniferous of Commentry, France.
43: 123-134.

Tillyard, R. J. 1918e. A fossil insect wing from the roof of the
coal-seam in the Sydney Harbour colliery. 43: 260-264.

Tillyard, R. J. 1918f. The panorpoid complex. A study of the
phylogeny of the holometabolous insects, with special
reference to the subclasses Panorpoidea and Neuropteroidea.
[Introduction]. 43: 265-284.

Tillyard, R. J. 1918g. The panorpoid complex. Part i. The wing-
coupling apparatus, with special reference to the
Lepidoptera. 43: 286-319.

Tillyard, R. J. 1918h. Studies in Australian Mecoptera. No. ii.
The wing-venation of Chorista australia Klug. 43: 395-408.

Tillyard, R. J. 1918i. Mesozoic insects of Queensland. No. 3.
Odonata and Protodonata. 43: 417-436.

Tillyard, R. J. 1918j. Mesozoic insects of Queensland. No. 4.
Hemiptera Heteroptera: the family Dunstaniidae, with a note
on the origin of the Heteroptera. 43: 568-592.

Tillyard, R. J. 1918k. The panorpoid complex. Part 2. The wing-
trichiation and its relationship to the general scheme of
venation. 43: 626-657.

Tillyard, R. J. 1919a. Studies in Australian Neuroptera. No. 6.
The family Psychopsidae, with descriptions of new genera and
species. 43: 750-786.

Tillyard, R. J. 1919b. Studies in Australian Neuroptera. No. 7.
The life-history of Psychopsis elegans (Guerin). 43: 787-818.

Tillyard, R. J. 1919c. Australian Megaloptera or alder-flies, with
descriptions of new genera and species. 43: 819-825.

Tillyard, R. J. 1919d. On the morphology and systematic position
of the family Micropterygidae (sens. lat.). Introduction and
Part i. (The wings). 44: 95-136.

Tillyard, R. J. 1919e. Mesozoic insects of Queensland. No. 5.
Mecoptera, the new order Paratrichoptera, and additions to
Planipennia. 44: 194-212.

Tillyard, R. J. 1919f. A fossil insect wing belonging to the new
order Paramecoptera, ancestral to the Trichoptera and
Lepidoptera, from the upper coal-measures of Newcastle,
N.S.W. 44: 231-256.

Tillyard, R. J. 1919g. Mesozoic insects of Queensland. No. 6.
Blattoidea. 44: 358-382.

Tillyard, R. J. 1919h. Studies in Australian Neuroptera. No. 8.
Revision of the family Ithonidae, with descriptions of a new
genus and two new species. 44: 414-437.

Tillyard, R. J. 1919i. The panorpoid complex. Part 3: The wing-
venation. 44: 533-718.

Tillyard, R. J. 1920a. Mesozoic insects of Queensland. No. 7.
Hemiptera Homoptera; with a note on the phylogeny of the
suborder. 44: 857-896.

Tillyard, R. J. 1920b. Report on the neuropteroid insects of the
hot springs region, N.Z., in relation to the problem of trout
food. 45: 205-213.

Tillyard, R. J. 1920c. The panorpoid complex. Additions and
corrections to Part 3. 45: 214-217.

Tillyard, R. J. 1921a. Revision of the family Eustheniidae (order
Perlaria) with descriptions of new genera and species. 46:

Tillyard, R. J. 1921b. Mesozoic insects of Queensland. No. 8.
Hemiptera Homoptera (contd.). The genus Mesogereon; with a
discussion of its relationship with the Jurassic
Palaeontinidae. 46: 270-284.

Tillyard, R. J. 1921c. A new genus and species of may-fly (order
Plectoptera) from Tasmania, belonging to the family
Siphluridae. 46: 409-412.

Tillyard, R. J. 1921d. Two fossil insect wings in the collection
of Mr. John Mitchell, from the Upper Permian of Newcastle,
N.S.W., belonging to the order Hemiptera. 46: 413-422.

Tillyard, R. J. 1922a. Some new Permian insects from Belmont,
N.S.W., in the collection of Mr. John Mitchell. 47: 279-292.

Tillyard, R. J. 1922b. Mesozoic insects of Queensland. No. 9.
Orthoptera, and additions to the Protorthoptera, Odonata,
Hemiptera and Planipennia. 47: 447-470.

Tillyard, R. J. 1923. Mesozoic insects from Queensland. No. 10.
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