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Allen, S. & Huveneers, C. 2005. First record of an Australian fur
seal (Arctocephalus pusillus doriferus) feeding on a
wobbegong shark (Orectolobus ornatus). 126: 95-97.

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

Archer, M., Black, K. & Nettle, K. 1997. Giant ringtail possums
(Marsupialia, Pseudocheiridae) and giant koalas
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Archer, M. & Kirsch, J. A. W. 1977. The case for the
Thylacomyidae and Myrmecobiidae Gill, 1872, or why are
marsupial families so extended? 102: 18-25.

Armand, L., Ride, W. D. L. & Taylor, G. 2000. The stratigraphy
and palaeontology of Teapot Creek, MacLaughlin River, NSW.
122: 101-121.

Augee, M. L. & Ford, D. 1999. Radio-tracking studies of grey-
headed flying-foxes, Pteropus poliocephalus, from the Gordon
colony, Sydney. 121: 61-70.

Beard, L. A. & Grigg, G. C. 2000. Reproduction in the short-
beaked echidna, Tachyglossus aculeatus: field observations at
an elevated site in south-east Queensland. 122: 89-99.

Bennett, K. H. 1887b. Notes on a species of rat (Mus Tompsonii,
Ramsay), now infesting the western portion of N.S.W. (2)2:

Bishop, N. 1997. Functional anatomy of the macropodid pes. 117:

Boardman, W. 1941. On the anatomy and functional adaptation of
the thorax and pectoral girdle in the wallaroo (Macropus
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Boardman, W. 1943. The hair tracts in marsupials. Part I.
Description of species. 68: 95-113.

Boardman, W. 1945a. Some points in the external morphology of the
pouch young of the marsupial, Thylacinus cynocephalus Harris.
70: 1-8.

Boardman, W. 1945b. The hair tracts in marsupials. Part II.
Description of species, continued. 70: 179-202.

Boardman, W. 1949. The hair tracts in marsupials. Part III.
Description of species, concluded. 74: 192-195.

Boardman, W. 1950a. The hair tracts in marsupials. Part IV.
Direction characteristics of whorls and meristic repetition
of radial fields. 75: 89-95.

Boardman, W. 1950b. The hair tracts in marsupials. Part V. A
contribution on causation. 75: 254-266.

Boardman, W. 1950c. The hair tracts in marsupials. Part VI.
Evolution and genetics of tract pattern. 75: 267-272.

Boardman, W. 1950d. The hair tracts in marsupials. Part VII. A
system of nomenclature. 75: 273-278.

Bourne, G. 1936. The adrenal gland in new-born mammals. 61: 221-

Broom, R. 1896a. On the homology of the palatine process of the
mammalian premaxillary. (2)10: 477-485.

Broom, R. 1896b. On some developments of the mammalian prenasal
cartilage. (2)10: 555-562.

Broom, R. 1896c. On a small fossil marsupial with large grooved
premolars. (2)10: 563-567.

Broom, R. 1896d. On a small fossil marsupial allied to Petaurus.
(2)10: 568-570.

Broom, R. 1896e. On the organ of Jacobson in an Australian bat
(Miniopterus). (2)10: 571-575.

Broom, R. 1896f. Note on the period of gestation in Echidna.
(2)10: 576-577.

Broom, R. 1896g. Observations on the relations of the organ of
Jacobson in the horse. 21: 9-13.

Broom, R. 1896h. Report on a bone breccia deposit near the
Wombeyan caves, N.S.W.: with descriptions of some new species
of marsupials. 21: 48-61.

Broom, R. 1897. On the comparative anatomy of the organ of
Jacobson in marsupials. 21: 591-623.

Broom, R. 1898b. On the affinities and habits of Thylacoleo. 23:

Broom, R. 1901a. Note on an echidna with eight cervical
vertebrae. 25: 733-734.

Broom, R. 1901b. On the ossification of the vertebrae in the
wombat and other marsupials. 25: 735-739.

Broom, R. 1903. On the mammalian and reptilian vomerine bones.
27: 545-560.

Broom, R. 1909. Observations on the development of the marsupial
skull. 34: 195-214.

Broom, R. 1911. On the affinities of Caenolestes [Marsupialia].
36: 315-320.

Broom, R. 1929. On some recent new light on the origin of
mammals. 54: 688-694.

Burkitt, A. N. 1934. Presidential Address. 59: i-xxv.

Burrell, H. 1925. Burrowing habits of Ornithorhynchus. 50: 167-

Chapman, H. G. 1905. Contribution to our knowledge of the
physiology of the pancreas. 30: 92-100.

Chapman, H. G. 1906. Note on cerebral localization in the
bandicoot (Perameles). 31: 493-494.

Chippendale, G. M. 1968. The plants grazed by red kangaroos,
Megaleia rufa (Desmarest), in central Australia. 93: 98-110.

Clague, C. I., Coles, R. B., Whybird, O. J., Spencer, H. J. &
Flemons, P. 1999. The occurrence and distribution of the
tube-nosed insectivorous bat (Murina florium) in Australia.
121: 175-191.

Clay, T. 1981. A report on a collection of lice (Boopidae:
Phthiraptera) on Petrogale (rock wallabies). 105: 65-78.

Cleland, J. B. 1909. Diurnal variations in the temperatures of
camels. 34: 268-271.

Dawson, L. 1983. The taxonomic status of small fossil wombats
(Vombatidae: Marsupialia) from Quaternary deposits, and of
related modern wombats. 107: 99-121.

Dawson, L. & Augee, M. L. 1997. The late Quaternary sediments
and fossils vertebrate fauna from Cathedral Cave, Wellington
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de Vis, C. W. 1883g. Notes on a lower jaw of Palorchestes Azael.
(1)8: 221-224.

de Vis, C. W. 1887. On new or rare vertebrates from the Herbert
River, north Queensland. (2)1: 1129-1137.

de Vis, C. W. 1888c. On an extinct genus of the marsupials allied
to Hypsiprymnodon. (2)3: 5-8.

de Vis, C. W. 1891c. Remarks on post-Tertiary Phascolomyidae.
(2)6: 235-246.

de Vis, C. W. 1891d. The incisors of Sceparnodon. (2)6: 258-262.

de Vis, C. W. 1894. A thylacine of the earlier nototherian
period in Queensland. (2)8: 443-447.

de Vis, C. W. 1895a. [Abstract] A review of the fossil jaws of
the Macropodidae in the Queensland Museum. (2)9: 735.

de Vis, C. W. 1895b. A review of the fossil jaws of the
Macropodidae in the Queensland Museum. (2)10: 75-133.

Domrow, R. 1966a. Some laelapid mites of syndactylous marsupials.
90: 164-175.

Domrow, R. 1974. Miscellaneous mites from Australian vertebrates.
1-48. 99: 15-35.

Fain, A. & Domrow, R. 1976. The genera Campylochirus Trouessart
and Campylochiropsis Fain (Acari: Atopomelidae), parasites
of phalangeroid marsupials in Australasia. 101: 27-37.

Flannery, T., Colgan, D. & Trimble, J. 1994. A new species of
Melomys from Manus Island, Papua New Guinea, with notes on
the systematics of the M. rufescens complex (Muridae:
Rodentia). 114: 29-43.

Flannery, T., Mountain, M-J. & Aplin, K. 1983. Quaternary
kangaroos (Macropodidae: Marsupialia) from Nombe rock
shelter, Papua New Guinea, with comments on the nature of
megafaunal extinction in the New Guinea highlands. 107: 75-

Fletcher, J. J. 1884. Catalogue of papers and works relating to
the mammalian orders, Marsupialia and Monotremata. (1)9: 809-

Flynn, T. T. 1911. Contributions to a knowledge of the anatomy
and development of the Marsupialia. No. i. The genitalia of
Sarcophilus satanicus (female). 35: 873-887.

Flynn, T. T. 1922. The phylogenetic significance of the
marsupial allantoplacenta. 47: 541-544.

Flynn, T. T. 1930. The uterine cycle of pregnancy and pseudo-
pregnancy as it is in the diprotodont marsupial Bettongia
cuniculus. With notes on other reproductive phenomena in this
marsupial. 55: 506-531.

Haswell, W. A. 1884a. On the brain of Grey’s whale (Kogia Greyi).
(1)8: 437-439.

Hill, J. P. 1895b. On a platypus embryo from the intra uterine
egg. (2)9: 738-739.

Hill, J. P. 1896. Preliminary note on the occurrence of a
placental connection in Parameles obesula and on the foetal
membranes of certain macropods. (2)10: 578-581.

Hill, J. P. 1899. Contribution to the morphology and development
of the female urogenital organs in the Marsupialia. 24: 42-

Hill, J. P. 1900. Contribution to the morphology and development
of the female urogenital organs in the Marsupialia. 25: 519-

Hill, J. P. & Martin, C. J. 1895. On a platypus embryo from the
intra-uterine egg. (2)10: 43-74.

Hingson, D. J. & Milton, G. W. 1968. The mucosa of the stomach of
the wombat (Vombatus hirsutus) with special reference to the
cardiogastric gland. 93: 69-75.

Iredale, T. & Troughton, E. 1963. The actual identity of captain
Cook’s kangaroo. 87: 177-184.

Jefferys, E. A. & Fox, B. J. 2001. The diet of the Pilliga mouse,
Pseudomys pilligaensis (Rodentia: Muridae) from the Pilliga
scrub, northern New South Wales. 123: 89-99.

Johnston, S. J. 1913. On some trematode parasites of marsupials
and of a monotreme. 37: 727-740.

Johnston, S. J. 1915. On Moreauia mirabilis, gen. et sp. nov., a
remarkable trematode parasitic in Ornithorhynchus. 40: 278-

Johnston, T. H. 1909b. The Entozoa of Monotremata and Australian
Marsupialia. No. I. 34: 514-523.

Johnston, T. H. 1911a. The Entozoa of Monotremata and Australian
Marsupialia. No. ii. 36: 47-57.

Kesteven, H. L. 1940a. On the interpretation of certain features
of an embryonic skull of platypus. 65: 144-154.

Kesteven, H. L. 1941. On certain debatable questions in
cranioskeletal homologies. 66: 293-334.

Le Souef, A. S. 1928. Notes on four little-known species of
kangaroos. 53: 397-400.

Lundelius, E. L., Jr. & Turnbull, W. D. 1999. Leporillus
(Rodentia: Muridae) from Madura Cave, W.A. 121: 129-146.

Mackerras, M. J. 1958. Catalogue of Australian mammals and their
recorded internal parasites. I-IV. Part I. Monotremes and
marsupials. Part II. Eutheria. Part III. Introduced
Herbivora and the domestic pig. Part IV. Man. 83: 101-160.

Macleay, W. 1875c. Notes on the zoological collections made in
Torres Straits and New Guinea during the cruise of the
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Marshall, A. J. & Baker, J. R. 1940. The sex-ratio in the wild
animal populations of the New Hebrides. 65: 565-567.

McKay, W. J. S. 1894. The morphology of the muscles of the
shoulder-girdle in monotremes. (2)9: 263-360.

McNamara, J. A. 1997. Some smaller macropod fossils of South
Australia. 117: 97-106.

Meek, P. D. 1998. Food items brought home by domestic cats Felis
catus (L) living in Booderee National Park, Jervis Bay. 120:

Meek, P. D. & Triggs, B. 1998. The food of foxes, dogs and cats
on two peninsulas in Jervis Bay, New South Wales. 120: 117-

Meek, P. D. & Triggs, B. 1999. A record of Hastings River mouse
(Pseudomys oralis) in a fox (Vulpes vulpes) scat from New
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Miklouho-Maclay, N. de. 1881e. Remarks about the circumvolutions
of the cerebrum of Canis dingo. (1)6: 624-626.

Miklouho-Maclay, N. de. 1885b. On two new species of Macropus
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Miklouho-Maclay, N. de. 1885d. Notes on the direction of the hair
on the back of some kangaroos. (1)9: 1151-1158.

Miklouho-Maclay, N. de. 1885f. Notes on zoology of the Maclay
coast in New Guinea. II. (1)10: 141-144.

Miklouho-Maclay, N. de. 1885g. On two new species of Dorcopsis
from the south coast of New Guinea. (1)10: 145-150.

Miklouho-Maclay, N. de. 1885h. Note on the brain of Halicore
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Milton, G. W., Hingson, D. J. & George, E. P. 1968. The
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Moller, L. M. & Harcourt, R. G. 1998. Social dynamics and
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Molnar, R. E. & Kurz, C. 1997. The distribution of Pleistocene
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Morris, D. A., Augee, M. L., Gillieson, D. & Head, J. 1997.
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Morton, A. 1882. Notes on a cruise to the Solomon Islands. (1)7:

Muirhead, J., Dawson, L. & Archer, M. 1997. Perameles bowensis,
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Parnaby, H. E. 1987. Distribution and taxonomy of the long-eared
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Prideaux, G. J. & Wells, R. T. 1997. New Sthenurus species
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Ramsay, E. P. 1877g. Description of a supposed new species of
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Ramsay, E. P. 1877h. Notes of a collection of birds from New
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Thompson, G. B. & Plomley, N. J. B. 1938. A list of the insect
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Wilson, J. T. 1894. Observations upon the anatomy and relations
of the “dumb-bell-shaped” bone in Ornithorhyncus, with a new
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Wilson, J. T. & Martin, C. J. 1895. Further observations upon the
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