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Anderson, C. 1933. Presidential Address. 58: i-xxv.

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Broom, R. 1896d. On a small fossil marsupial allied to Petaurus.
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Broom, R. 1898b. On the affinities and habits of Thylacoleo. 23:

Broom, R. 1929. On some recent new light on the origin of
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Brown, I. A. 1946. Presidential Address. 71: i-xviii.

Brown, I. A. 1964. A new cystoid (Pelmatozoa, Echinodermata) from
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Brown, I. A. 1967. A Devonian echinoid from Taemas, south of
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Campbell, K. S. W. & Barwick, R. E. 1984. The choana, maxillae,
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Carey, S. W. 1935. Note on the Permian sequence in the Werrie
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Chang, M-M. & Yu, X. 1984. Structure and phylogenetic
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Chapman, F. 1918. Appendix i. Devonian Foraminifera; Tamworth
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Cookson, I. C. 1946. Pollens of Nothofagus Blume from Tertiary
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Cookson, I. C. 1947a. On fossil leaves (Oleaceae) and a new type
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Cookson, I. C. 1947b. Fossil fungi from Tertiary deposits in the
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Crockford, J. 1943. Bryozoa from the Port Keats bore, Northern
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Crockford, J. 1944. Bryozoa from the Permian of Western
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Crockford, J. 1945a. Stenoporids from the Permian of New South
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Crockford, J. 1945b. A bryozoan fauna from the Lake’s Creek
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Crockford, J. 1947. Bryozoa from the Lower Carboniferous of New
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Crockford, J. 1949. Bryozoa from the Upper Carboniferous of
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Crockford, J. 1951. The development of bryozoan faunas in the
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Crockford, J. M. & Brown, I. A. 1940. A Permian blastoid from
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Curran, J. M. 1888b. Carboniferous and Silurian fossils from
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David, T. W. E. 1897. The occurrence of Radiolaria in Palaeozoic
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David, T. W. E. & Howchin, W. 1897. Note on the occurrence of
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Davis, C. 1939c. Taxonomic notes on the order Embioptera. III. The
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Davis, C. 1942b. Hemiptera and Copeognatha from the Upper Permian
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Dawson, L. 1983. The taxonomic status of small fossil wombats
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Dawson, L. & Augee, M. L. 1997. The late Quaternary sediments
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de Vis, C. W. 1883d. On remains of an extinct marsupial. (1)8: 11-

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de Vis, C. W. 1883f. On Brachalletes Palmeri an extinct marsupial.
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de Vis, C. W. 1883g. Notes on a lower jaw of Palorchestes Azael.
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de Vis, C. W. 1883j. On a fossil calvaria. (1)8: 392-395.

de Vis, C. W. 1883k. On a fossil humerus. (1)8: 404-408.

de Vis, C. W. 1888b. On a supposed new species of Nototherium.
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de Vis, C. W. 1888c. On an extinct genus of the marsupials allied
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de Vis, C. W. 1888d. A glimpse of the post-Tertiary avifauna of
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de Vis, C. W. 1891b. In confirmation of the genus Owenia so-
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de Vis, C. W. 1891c. Remarks on post-Tertiary Phascolomyidae.
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de Vis, C. W. 1891d. The incisors of Sceparnodon. (2)6: 258-262.

de Vis, C. W. 1892. Residue of the extinct birds of Queensland
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de Vis, C. W. 1893. Note on the upper incisor of Phascolonus.
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de Vis, C. W. 1894. A thylacine of the earlier nototherian
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de Vis, C. W. 1895a. [Abstract] A review of the fossil jaws of
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de Vis, C. W. 1895b. A review of the fossil jaws of the
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Deane, H. 1900. Observations on the Tertiary flora of Australia,
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Deane, H. 1901. Observations on the Tertiary flora of Australia,
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Dineley, D. L. 1984. Devonian vertebrates in biostratigraphy.
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Dugan, K. G. 1981. Darwin and Diprotodon: the Wellington caves
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Dulhunty, J. A. 1945. Principal microspore-types in the Permian
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Dulhunty, J. A. 1947a. Distribution of microspore types in New
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Dulhunty, J. A. & Dulhunty, R. 1949. Notes on microspore-types
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Dun, W. S. 1897. Note on the occurrence of sponge remains in the
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Dun, W. S., Rands, W. H., David, T. W. E. 1901. Note on the
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Edgecombe, G. D. & Wright, A. J. 2004. Silicified Early Devonian
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Elliott, D. K. 1984. Siluro-Devonian fish biostratigraphy of the
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Engel, B. A. 1979. Fenestrate bryozoans with large apertural
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Etheridge, R., Jr. 1888a. Description of fish-remains from the
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Etheridge, R., Jr. 1888b. On additional evidence of the genus
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Etheridge, R., Jr. 1888c. On additional evidence of the occurrence
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Etheridge, R., Jr. 1888d. Additions to the fossil flora of
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Etheridge, R., Jr. 1889. Remarks on fossils of Permo-
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Etheridge, R., Jr. 1890a. Note on the fructification of
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Etheridge, R., Jr. 1890c. On the further structure of Conularia
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Etheridge, R., Jr. 1890d. Note on the structure of Annularia
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Etheridge, R., Jr. 1890i. A large Equisetum from the Hawkesbury
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Etheridge, R., Jr. 1890j. On the identity of Bronteus Partschi,
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Etheridge, R., Jr. 1892a. The Silurian trilobites of New South
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Etheridge, R., Jr. 1892e. On Leaia Mitchelli, Etheridge, Fil.,
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Etheridge, R., Jr. 1894e. On the mode of attachment of the leaves
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Etheridge, R., Jr. 1895b. Additional notes on the palaeontology
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Etheridge, R., Jr. & Mitchell, J. 1892. The Silurian trilobites
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Etheridge, R., Jr. & Mitchell, J. 1894. The Silurian trilobites
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Etheridge, R., Jr. & Mitchell, J. 1896. The Silurian trilobites
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Etheridge, R., Jr. & Mitchell, J. 1897. The Silurian trilobites
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Etheridge, R. & Mitchell, J. 1916. The Silurian trilobites of New
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Etheridge, R. & Mitchell, J. 1917. The Silurian trilobites of New
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Goujet, D. F. 1984. Placoderm interrelationships: a new
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Hall, R. L. 1978. A Silurian (Upper llandovery) coral fauna from
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Holmes, W. B. K. 1974. On some fructifications of the
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Holmes, W. B. K. 1977. A pinnate leaf with reticulate venation
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Holmes, W. B. K. 2000. The Middle Triassic megafossil flora of
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Holmes, W. B. K. 2001. The Middle Triassic megafossil flora of
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Holmes, W. B. K. & Ash, S. R. 1979. An early Triassic megafossil
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Holmes, W. B. K. & Holmes, F. M. 1992. Fossil flowers of
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Holmes, W. B. K., Holmes, F. M. & Martin, H. A. 1983. Fossil
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Mitchell, J. 1921. Some new brachiopods from the Middle
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Mitchell, J. 1927b. The fossil Estheriae of Australia. Part i.
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