The Linnean Society of NSW

The Linnean Society of NSW

Proceedings of the Linnean Society of NSW

The Proceedings of the Linnean Society of NSW serve as the Society’s scientific journal.


They are fully refereed and publish primarily original research papers dealing with any topic of natural science, particularly biological and earth sciences.

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VOLUME 128 : Issued February 2007


Adam, P.
Book review. Linnaeus’ Philosophia Botanica. Translated by Stephen Freer. Oxford University Press.

Augee, M. L.
Book review. Lampreys: life without jaws.

Dargan, G.
First record of Thecostegites (Cnidaria: Tabulata) from central New South Wales.

Holmes, W. B. K. & Anderson, H. M.
The Middle Triassic megafossil flora of the Basin Creek Formation, Nymboida Coal Measures, New South Wales, Australia. Part 6. Ginkgophyta.

Huveneers, C., Otway, N. M. & Harcourt, R. G.
Morphometric relationships and catch composition of wobbegong sharks (Chondrichthyes: Orectolobus) commercially fished in New South Wales, Australia.

Keith, D. A., Simpson, C., Tozer, M. G. & Rodoreda, S.
Contemporary and historical descriptions of the vegetation of Brundee and Saltwater Swamps on the lower Shoalhaven River floodplain, southeastern Australia.

Kellermann, J. & Udovicic, F.
A revision of the Cryptandra propinqua complex (Rhamnaceae: Pomaderreae).

Och, D. J., Percival, I. G. & Leitch, E. C.
Ordovician conodonts from the Watonga Formation, Port Macquarie, northeast New South Wales.

Percival, I. G. & Engelbretsen, M. J.
Early Ordovician lingulate brachiopods from New South Wales.

Robbie, A. & Martin, H. A.
The history of the vegetation from the last glacial maximum at Mountain Lagoon, Blue Mountains, New South Wales.

Rose, S. & Martin, H. A.
The vegetation history of the Holocene at Dry Lake, Thirlmere, New South Wales.

Semple, W. S. & Koen, T. B.
Observations of insect damage to leaves of woodland eucalypts on the central western slopes of New South Wales: 1990 to 2004.

Todarello, P. & Chalmers, A.
The characteristics of five species of hollow-bearing trees on the New South Wales central coast.

Williams, M. C. & Wardle, G. M.
The spacial pattern of invading Pinus radiata.

Zhen, Y. Y.
Revision of Microplasma parallelum Etheridge, 1899 (Cnidaria: Rugosa) from the Middle Devonian Moore Creek Limestone of New South Wales.

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