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Cogger, H. G. 1965. The comparative osteology and systematic
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Cogger, H. G. 1971. The reptiles of Lord Howe Island. 96: 23-38.

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Copland, S. J. 1945b. Catalogue of reptiles in the Macleay Museum.
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Copland, S. J. 1947b. Catalogue of reptiles in the Macleay Museum.
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Copland, S. J. 1947c. Taxonomic notes on the genus Ablepharus
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Copland, S. J. 1947d. Reptiles occurring above the winter snowline
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Copland, S. J. 1949. Taxonomic notes on the genus Ablepharus
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Copland, S. J. 1952a. Taxonomic notes on the genus Ablepharus
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Copland, S. J. 1952b. A mainland race of the scincid lizard
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Copland, S. J. 1953. Presidential Address. 78: i-xxxvii.

Cox, J. C. 1884. Dimensions of some gigantic land tortoises.
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de Vis, C. W. 1887. On new or rare vertebrates from the Herbert
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de Vis, C. W. 1888a. A contribution to the herpetology of
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de Vis, C. W. 1890a. Descriptions of two lizards of genera new to
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de Vis, C. W. 1890b. Reptiles from New Guinea. (2)5: 497-500.

Domrow, R. 1974. Miscellaneous mites from Australian vertebrates.
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Fletcher, J. J. 1883c. Note on a viviparous lizard (Hinulia
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Fletcher, J. J. 1898. Contributions to a more exact knowledge of
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Frost, C. & Lucas, A. H. S. 1894. On a new skink lizard from
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Goldingay, R. 1998. Between a rock and a hard place: conserving
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Greer, A. E. 1977. On the adaptive significance of the loss of
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Harrison, L. & Weekes, H. C. 1925. On the occurrence of
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Haswell, W. A. 1885g. Jotting from the biological laboratory of
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Hill, J. P. 1894c. Note on the presence of vestigial Muellerian
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Irwin-Smith, V. 1922a. Notes on nematodes of the genus
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Johnston, T. H. 1909a. On some haemogregarines from Australian
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Johnston, T. H. 1910. The haematozoa of Australian Reptilia. No.
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Johnston, T. H. 1912. The haematozoa of Australian Reptilia. No.
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Kesteven, H. L. 1940b. The osteogenesis of the base of the saurian
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Kesteven, H. L. 1957a. Notes on the skull and cephalic muscles of
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Kesteven, H. L. 1957b. On the development of the crocodilian
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Kinghorn, J. R. 1929. A new species of Lygosoma from New South
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Kluge, A. G. 1963. A new species of gekkonid lizard, genus
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Loveridge, A. 1949. The cotypes of Fordonia papuensis Macleay.
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Lucas, A. H. S. & Frost, C. 1896. Description of a new species of
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Macleay, W. 1875b. Notes on a new species of Dendrophis from
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Macleay, W. 1875c. Notes on the zoological collections made in
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Macleay, W. 1882a. Description of two new species of snakes.
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Macleay, W. 1884a. Notes on some reptiles from the Herbert River,
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Macleay, W. 1884f. Census of Australian snakes with descriptions
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Macleay, W. 1885a. On a new snake from the Barrier ranges. (1)10:

Macleay, W. 1885b. On some Reptilia lately received from the
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Macleay, W. 1887a. Description of a new species of Hoplocephalus.
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Macleay, W. 1888d. Notes on some ophidians from King’s Sound,
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Martin, C. J. 1893. Observations on the poisonous constituents
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McCooey, H. J. 1887. Notes on the method adopted by the female
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McKay, W. J. 1888. The development and structure of the pineal
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McKay, W. J. 1890. The osteology and myology of the death adder
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Moffat, L. A. 1973. The concept of primitiveness and its bearing
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Ogilby, J. D. 1890b. Description of a new snake from the Herbert
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Ramsay, E. P. 1877h. Notes of a collection of birds from New
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Ramsay, E. P. 1877q. Description of a supposed new species of
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Ramsay, E. P. 1882k. Notes on the zoology of Lord Howe’s Island.
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Waite, E. R. 1908. Note on the breeding habits of the red bellied
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Weekes, H. C. 1927a. A note on reproductive phenomena in some
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Weekes, H. C. 1927b. Placentation and other phenomena in the
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Weekes, H. C. 1929. On placentation in reptiles. No. i. 1.
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Weekes, H. C. 1930. On placentation in reptiles. II. 55: 550-576.

Weekes, H. C. 1933. On the distribution, habitat and reproductive
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Weekes, H. C. 1934. The corpus luteum in certain oviparous and
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Willis, P. M. A. & Mackness, B. S. 1996. Quinkana babarra, a new
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