Australian Museum Magazine 1921-1942

The Australian Museum Magazine was launched in 1921 to satisfy the public's 'lively curiosity' about the natural world and cultures.

1921-1923 Volume 01 Contents, Index
1921, April Vol 01 No 01

The objects of the Australian Museum

    The scope and work of the Australian Museum
    The management of the Australian Museum
    Blackfellows' pictures
    Australian insects: White ant communities; the white butterfly migration
    The lure of the big nugget
    A crawling jelly-fish from Port Jackson
    Museum groups
1921, August Vol 01 No 02 Lord Howe Island: a naturalist's paradise
     The depths of the sea
    Some large non-venomous snakes and their food
     Some large non-venomous snakes and their food
    Spiders, poisonous and otherwise
    Quaint crustaceans
    The Welcome Stranger nugget
1921, December Vol 01 No 03 Editorial
    Australian mammals and why they should be protected
    Some famous diamonds and their story
    A naturalist on the Great Barrier Reef
    The spider-eating insects of Australia
    The RAOU conference and museum v private collections
    Primitive magic and sorcery
    Peculiar agencies of animal distribution
    Electric rays
    Notes and news
1922, March Vol 01 No 04 Editorial
    Notes and news
    Native races of the Mid-Pacific
    A seaside ramble
    Rats and fleas in their relation to plague
    Pigs' tusks and armlets
    Toilet articles from ancient Egypt
    Migratory locusts
    Country production week exhibits
    Extension lectures
    Breast ornament
1922, July Vol 01 No 05  Colour plate - Babblers
     Editorial, Cayley's birds of Australia
     Notes and news
     Notes on the Babblers
    The making of a museum group
     The islands of New South Wales and their birds
    The story of the hookworm
    A horse's hardship
    Bird notes
    Ocean island: the phosphate industry
    A food hanger, with rat disc, from Fiji
1922, October Vol 01 No 06 Editorial. Museums ancient and modern
    Notes and news
    How savages use the sea shells
    Brief history of the Australian Museum
    Experiences and impression of a collecting trip on a trawler
    Stick and leaf insects
    Belmont British, Grand Champion bulldog
    Bird notes
    The queen of spinners
    The chameleon
1923, January Vol 01 No 07 Editorial. Museums and endowments
    Notes and news
    A naturalist in the Upper Chichester Valley
    A romance in the life of the Little Penguin
    Opal, the rainbow gem
    An example of parrallelism in human culture
    The Yellow Monday cicada
    War in the garden
    Reminiscences of the "Challenger" expedition
    The mystery lake
    The Red-whiskered Bulbul
    The Palolo worm
1923, April Vol 01 No 08 Editorial. The Australian fauna
    Notes and news
    Sea-dragons (Phyllopteryx)
    Essay competition
    A talk about shells
    The Praying Mantis
    Crustacean camoufleurs
    Some little known lizards - the geckos
    Primitive fire production
    Life and strife among sea birds

1923, July

Vol 01 No 09  Editorial. The Australian Museum buildings
    Two new museum groups
    The recent archaeological discovery in Egypt
    A whale of bygone days
    The sulphur island
    The use of Australian fig trees and their associated fig wasps in reafforestation work in the Hawaiian Islands
    Barter, currency and coinage
    Notes and news
1923, October Vol 01 No 10 Editorial
    Notes and news
    A tomako, or head-hunters canoe, from the Solomon Islands
    Prize essay competition
    The mud-dwellers of Kaimari
    The beachcomber and his tropic isle
    A dinosaur exhibit
    The Pan-Pacific science congress
    Lecture notes
1924-1926 Volume 02 Contents, Index
1924, January Vol 02 No 01 Editorial. Children and museums
    Australian pearl fisheries
    A visit to the Belabula caves
    The stick-nest building rats of Australia
    Living on a volcano
    Crab hunting on the north coast
    Some caterpillars injurious to man
1924, April Vol 02 No 02 Editorial: Expansion and congestion
    Aua Island (British new Guinea). Ethnographical notes and illustrations
    Wild life of the Mallee
    Cannibalism among snakes
    Some Australian insects injurious to Man
    An excursion to Broken Hill
    Modern taxidermy
    The extraordinary habits of a tame magpie
1924, July Vol 02 No 03 Editorial
    Our feathered friends, or birds in relation to agriculture
    Prize essay: A visit to the Australian Museum
    Museums of the past
    A day in the life of the Sand Bubbler Crab
    A means toward an end
    Stoats and weasels
    Bronze and ivory figures from Burmah
    The Dodd collection: a liberal education in entomology
    The mud-sucking platypus: Abrief history
    Fishes and the movies
1924, October Vol 02 No 04 Editorial: Museum, not mausoleum
    The largest marsupial
    As extinct as the Dodo
    The story of a rock dredged from the sea
    The sago industry of Papua
    The honey-eating marsupial mice of Australia
    Dinosaur eggs
    Curious habit of the hedgehog
    Radium and the age of the Earth
    The fruit bat group
    Snakes and snake venom
1925, January Vol 02 No 05 Editorial
    A naturalist on the Nepean River
    A museum collector in Papua
    Stone fishes and the art of camouflage
    The story of the oyster
    The fruit-bats or flying-foxes of Australia
    Destruction of the Whitsunday Group fringing reefs
    What I found
1925, April

Vol 02 No 06

    The birth and growth of an oyster
    Death of Professor WA Haswell
    A visit to the Barrington Tops Plateau
    The homes of birds
    Some strange African fruit bats
    Primitive musical instruments
    The animal life of the Nepean River
    Raining fishes
1925, July Vol 02 No 07 Editorial
    Captain Cook's artists
    A visit to Kandy Museum
    Obituary. WH Hargraves, Dr Eric Sinclair
    The cultivation of the oyster
    The Sand Wasp's burrow
    Feathered sylphids of the forest
    Stranded seafarers
    Stencilled handmarks
1925, October Vol 02 No 08 Editorial. Save Australia
    The horse and its ancestors
    The story of the freshwater eel
    Primitive initiation
    Observations on the yabbie
    Obituaries. AR McCulloch, JD Ogilvy, Thos Steel
    The perils of an oyster
    Life of the tidal flats
1926, January Vol 02 No 09 Editorial: Save Australia
    In the Queensland bush
    A probable relic of La Perouse
    The Aborigines of Australia
    The bottle and glass rocks, Port jackson. A marine zoologists paradise
    The Red-whiskered Bulbul
    The Emperor Gum Moth and its allies
    The Deutsches Museum
1926, April Vol 02 No 10 Editorial
    From sea to soup
    The pearl of the Pacific
    The heath wren
    Mineral collecting on the Northern rivers of New South Wales
    Allan Riverstone McCulloch
    The Gordian Worm
    A giant fish
    The Ravi, or Papuan club house. A recent exhibit
    A new gallery exhibit. A large paper wasp's nest
    The extinct horned turtle Meiolania
1926, July Vol 02 No 11 Editorial
    The Wellington Caves
    Discolouration of harbour waters
    The Wunderlich aboriginal group
    Tambourine Mountain, Queensland
    Obituaries. JJ Fletcher, MA, BSC, Sir Hugh Dixson
    The mystery of maursupial birth and transference to the pouch
    Some familiar butterflies
1926, October Vol 02 No 12 Editorial: A marine biological station
    Obituary. Charles Hedley
    A chapter in the life of a cicada
    Insect foods of the aborigines
    On the cause of phosphorescent light in sea water
    The recent expedition to the Santa Cruz Group
    The cameo shell
    The birth of an island
    Turtles' eggs as food
    Museum postcards
    Aboriginal message sticks
    Legless lizards or 'snakes with fins'
    More life on tidal flats
Volume 03
Contents & Index
1927, January
Vol 03 No 01 Editorial: Centenary of the Australian Museum
    The largest crab
    Rare New Zealand birds
    Winter whiteness. A new museum group
    Pottery, an ancient art
    The sawfish
    The story of Nototheria
    With the RAOU to the Barrington Tops district
1927, April Vol 03 No 02 Editorial
    Cruising in the Santa Cruz
    The Wandering Albatross
    The Queensland Lungfish
    Further notes upon marsupial birth
    The Carrier Shell
    A visit to Jenolan caves. The Skeleton Cave.
    Organic evolution
    Wombats and their ways
    The 'resurrected' snail
1927, July Vol 03 No 03 Editorial
    Cruising the Santa Cruz
    History of the trout in New South Wales
    Water bugs
    Australia's largest fossil, the Rhoetosaurus dinosaur
    Angler fishes
    A census of Australian fishes
1927, October Vol 03 No 04 The first Australian Museum
    The native bear
    Last days at Santa Cruz
    A romance of two words - ammonia and ammonite
    The flower of the wave
    A Lilliputian marine battle
    A gigantic extinct lizard
    Harmful Australian spiders
    A remarkable fish parasite
    The case and faggot moths
1928, January Vol 03 No 05 Control of pests
    Catching sharks for profit
    The Irish Deer
    Peeps into sea-bird home life
    Some dwellers of the bush
    One hundred years
    The late WEJ Paradice and the Australian Museum
    In the Macpherson Range
1928, April Vol 03 No 06 Through the land of little rain: Glimpses of nature in Central Australia
    The Kingsgate Molybdenite Mines
    War against pests
    An unwelcome guest of man
    Burragorang Valley and beyond
    Aboriginal axes
    The Colong Caves
1928, July Vol 03 No 07 Editorial: The Great Barrier Reef expedition
    Sea-cows. The story of the Dugong
    Sea Anemones and their associates
    Water supply of the Aborigines
    Hidden dwellers of the tidal flats
    The habits of our Common shore crabs
    The late John Hopson: an appreciation
    Feathers and fins. The birds and fishes of Michaelmas Cay, Great Barrier Reef, Queensland
1928, October Vol 03 No 08 A link with the Leverian Museum
    Bicentenary of the birth of Captain James Cook
    Jenny Hanivers
    New Guinea: Land of the devil devil
    The mountain minnow
    Textile work on Pentecost Island, New Hebrides
    Days on the Daintree, a tropic river
1929, January Vol 03 No 09 Birds and the bush
    Alligator or crocodile?
    The flight of the fishes
    Barrallier's Blue Mountain exploration in 1802
    A naturalist in the Gulf country
    With the Great Barrier Reef expedition
    The lure of a mangrove swamp
1929, April Vol 03 No 10 Editorial: Exploration of the seas
    Marine animals from low isles, Queensland
    Aboriginal adaptability
    Life in a mangrove swamp
    An eel-fare at Parramatta
    Fossil hunting at Quidong
    Page from our past
    Naturalists in Australia, the Frenchmen
1929, October Vol 03 No 11 The discovery of the Queensland Lungfish
    Permanent method of storing valuable natural history specimens
    Quaint creatures of a coral isle
    The bird man
    The rock warbler
    Microscopic mites of the sea
    Teeth of mammals
    Perry’s 'Arcana'
1929, October Vol 03 No 12 The reef builder
    Honeyeaters of the heath
    Deep sea exploration on the ‘Dana’
    Cave hunting and what we found
    Captain Cook's leatherjacket
    A naturalist on the south-west plains
1930-1932 Volume 04
Contents, Index
1930, January Vol 4 No 01 The lyre bird at home, a new gallery group for the Museum
    Along Australia's northern strand
    The fight against insect pests
    The habits of cuckoos
    Inhabitants of the deep
    The antiquity of man
1930, April Vol 04 No 02 Seals on the Victorian coast and their feeding habits
    Shell ornamentation
    Some Australian cuckoos
    Saving the native bear
    The investigation of ocean waters
    Centipedes and centipede bites
    Around Australia's nor'-west boundary
    Insects and disease: Some further aspects of applied entomology
    What is the life span of a bird?
    The Auckland War Memorial Museum
1930, July Vol 04 No 03 Charles Sturt, explorer and naturalist
    Do we eat enough fish?
    The bronze cuckoos of Australia
    A termite nest exhibit
    Termite cities of the plains
    The teeth of fishes
    Mount Kosciusko in summer and winter
1930, October Vol 04 No 04 The Waterhouse collections
    Wild life on the Nullarbor Plain
    The secret of sight
    The great whales of Australia and Antarctica
    Black Australia
    The freshwater eel
    John brazier, conchologist: Obituary
1931, January Vol 04 No 05 Restored head of a large extinct Australian iizard
    Nature rambles at Trial Bay
    Sea slugs
    The external structure of birds
    Some common spiders of the Sydney district
    Hints on the preservation of insects and spiders
    Ants' cows and cow sheds
    Octavius Charles Beale: Obituary
1931, April Vol 04 No 06 The William Hatfield Yates collection of minerals
    A-trouting we will go
    Mineral collecting in Central Australia
    Asbestos: Its occurrence and uses
    Rock and goose barnacles
    Wild life on inland waters
1931, July Vol 04 No 07 Butterflies and ants
    Joadja memories
    The teeth of reptiles
    Alfred Eland Shaw: Obituary
    Lake Burrill and how our coastal lakes were formed
    Megascolides, the world's biggest earthworm
    The Stanthorpe granite belt
    The HM Stephen collection of may-flies
    The Corella
1931, October Vol 04 No 08 Australian wild life
    Attack and defence among the insects
    Some ground-dwelling birds, Part I
    Queen Nefertiti
    David Starr Jordan: Obituary
    Elsdon Best: Obituary
    Some furred natives of our coastal region
    Skates and rays
    Aboriginal flaked implements
1932, January Vol 04 No 09 Cowries
    Our coastal sponges
    The eye and eyesight
    The life of a dragonfly
    Some Australian ticks
1932 April Vol 04 No 10 The egg-laying furred animals of Australia
    The oceanic angler fishes
    Some Australian wood-destroying insects
    Arthur Mills Lea: Obituary
    The way of the wasp. Part I
    In the haunt of the white hawk. Wild nature of the Otway Forest
1932, July Vol 04 No 11 Infants that commit murder
    An aboriginal book-plate
    Recording the song of the Lyre Bird
    The isle of desolation
    The Australian Museum Mystriosaur
    The way of the wasp. Part II
    Rarotonga old and new in the South Seas
    The Chinaman Fish
1932, October Vol 04 No 12 The Science Congress
    A rare fish
    Kerguelen Island, its animals and plants
    The queen moth of the New South Wales forest
    The Bent-wing Swift Moth
    Camping in a Gibba-Gunyah, the excavation of an aboriginal rock shelter
    Biographical notice of WW Thorpe
    The story of Rarotonga
1933-1935 Volume 05 Contents, Index
1933, January
Vol 05 No 01 Our native slug
    Collecting on the Murrumbidgee
    Areca, betel and lime - a primitive narcotic
    Aquatic insects
    Biographical notice of Dr T Storie Dixson
    The maternal instinct in insects
    The natural history of Rarotonga
    Some aboriginal beliefs and customs
1933, April Vol 05 No 02 Shells in the Waterhouse collection
    George Tobin, a neglected naturalist
    Special exhibits
    Sea-stars and their allies
    Silk culture
    The collection of coins and medals
    Ernst Johannes Schmidt
1933, July Vol 05 No 03 Feast and ceremony in native life
    The Broken Hill Proprietary Block 14 Company, Limited, mineral collection
    An aboriginal art gallery
    Bird economics
    Silk and its economics
    Some household insect pests, Part I
    Through tropic Queensland
1933, October Vol 05 No 04 Scarlet honeyeaters
    A recently acquired collection of minerals
    Coral and the Great Barrier Reef
    The oldest human implements and their discovery
    The poisonous spiders of Australia
    Frogs and toads
    Some household insect pests. Part II
    Through tropic Queensland
1934, January Vol 05 No 05 Banksian Cockatoo
    Tyrian Purple: An ancient industry
    The Cuddie Springs bone bed
    Australian wood moths
    Wild nature in North Australia
    The mighty polyp
    The mid-north coast
    Ethnological notes
1934, April Vol 05 No 06 Gouldian Finches
    Crane flies or 'Daddy Longlegs'
    The Lotus Bird
    Rossel Island money: A unique system
    Some Central Australian mammals
    The Australian aboriginal from infancy to parenthood
    The sea serpent and its kind
    The first naturalists in Australia
1934, July Vol 05 No 07 Willy Wagtail
    Museum buildings
    Silk from shells: An ancient industry
    Fishes and flowers
    A Tasmanian flaked axe of unusual size
    Piccaninnies of the 'Centre'
    The food of trout
    Stilbite collecting at Garrawilla
    Fighting and strategy, how birds defend their homes
    The bamboo in Australia
1934, October Vol 05 No 08 The Sugar Glider
    A mirror from the Temple of a Thousand Ages, Peiping, China
    Marsupial gliders or 'flying possums'
    The beaks of birds
    Tattooing of the Motu tribe, Papua
    Australian shells: Slit shells and false limpets
    Sir Tannatt William Edgeworth David
    Locusts and grasshoppers
1935, April Vol 05 No 09 The Gillbird or Wattle Bird
    Some fishes of the Sydney district
    Obituary: William Sutherland Dun
    Trilobite hunting in the North
    The largest gliders or 'flying possums'
    Australian shells. Ear-shells and wide-mouthed shells
    The spear-thrower
    A manus house, Admiralty Islands
    Native girls, New Guinea
    Basket-making, Cape York
1935, April Vol 05 No 10 Fantailed Cuckoo
    Australian shells. Top, turban, pheasant and dolphin shells
    Ernest Wunderlich, FRAS
    The fish and the ring: In fable and in fact
    The adventures of a tobacco tin
    Hawk moths
    Caloundra: A naturalists' El Dorado
    Fishing in Tanga
    Wonders of the ant world, Part 1
1935, July Vol 05 No 11 The Whistler or White-throated Thickhead
    Darwin in Australia
    Obituary: Mrs MJ Waterhouse
    A reptilian combat
    A shield tree
    The life and uses of Beche-de-mer
    Wonders of the ant world, Part II
    The story of money
    The rat problem of the cane fields
    Australian shells. The liotias, wheel shells, nerites, cap, sugar and true limpets.
1935, October Vol 05 No 12 Frogmouth
    The Sydney district a hundred million years ago
    The Whitsunday Isles
    Egyptological additions to our collections
    Australian shells: the winks, rissoids, rissinoids and stump shells
    Law and order among the Australian aborigines
    Spiders and fish
1936-1938 Volume 06 Contents, Index
1936, January Vol 06 No 01 Devil Ray
    Essay Competition
    A geological relief map of New South Wales
    The lyrebird display for the screen
    Australian shells. The Slipper, Cup-and-Saucer, Cap and Horse-hoof Limpets, Horn Shells and Triphoras
    The Myall Lakes: then and now
1936, April Vol 06 No 02 A limestone cave in the Australian Museum
    The Wing Fish
    The feet of birds
    The life history of a Tipulid Fly
    Seaweed crabs and their camouflage
    Some natural enemies of the engineer
    Australian shells. Screw, Blind, Hairy-keeled and Worm shells, Violet Snails, Carrier shells and others
    A new mineral display. Fluorescence of minerals in ultra-violet rays
    Canoemen of the Purari
1936, July Vol 06 No 03 Aztec calendar stone
    Birds that dive for a living
    The Tuross River- an entomological paradise
    Victoria's Pink Lakes
    Graveyards of the Pacific. The Elizabeth and Middleton Reefs
    Elston entomological collection
    Abnormalities among shells
1936, October Vol 06 No 04 A prehistoric mortar from New Guinea
    Magic among primitive peoples
    A rock-pool dining room
    Australian shells. Strombs, Scorpion, or Spider shells, Sea Butterflies and Ladder shells
    A creed for nature lovers
    Scientific literature and the museum
    The daily life of the Australian Aboriginal
    The origin of Australian mammals
    By sea and mountain: with orchid hunters in the Mullumbimby district
1937, January Vol 06 No 05 Art Galleries and Museum's Association of Australia and New Zealand
    The Cup Moths
    Amongst the aborigines
    Double-headed fishes in Australia and New Zealand
    Collecting in Central and Northern Australia
    The gong signals of the Tanga
    An appeal for the preservation of prehistoric remains in Australia
1937, April Vol 06 No 06 A tribal elder
    Insect musicians. Part I
    The life history of the Gippsland Crayfish
    The Cyclops Mountains of Dutch New Guinea
    A native fisherman
    The domestic sheep and its origin
    Bathytoshia, the giant stingaree of Australia
    The crab in medicine, magic and myth
1937, July Vol 06 No 07 The art of the preparator
    The Blue-bottle - terror of the surf bather
    Introducing the lizards
    Australian shells: the Tritons, Warped shells, Frog shells and Sand shells
    Parasites and parasitism
    Insect musicians. Part 2
1937, October

Vol 06 No 08

New marsupial groups in the Australian Museum
Some early glimpses of Australian wildlife
    The ocean depths and their denizens
    Introducing the lizards. Part 2
    Great Britain's most isolated outpost of Empire
    The nature lore of Lafcadio Hearn
    Australian shells. Helmet, Tun, Fig, and Egg shells, and the Cowries
    Carnegie Corporation of New York
1938, January Vol 06 No 09 Naturalists of the First Fleet
    Australian shells. Volutes, Melon Shells, Olives, Rice, Harp, Margin, and Cross-barred Shells
    Australian insects. I. Introduction
    The extinct birds of Lord Howe Island
1938, April Vol 06 No 10 A footnote to history
    Australian shells. Auger and Cone shells
    The habits of Sidyma longipes, an Australian
    The International Hunting Exhibition at Berlin
    Birds and a cuckoo: mysteries of bird behaviour
    Some habits of an Assassin Bug
    Australian insects. 2. Silverfish and their allies
1938, July Vol 06 No 11 A platypus stamp
    Sea-squirts: remarkable marine animals
    New ethnographical exhibits in the Australian Museum
    The eggs of Australian sharks and rays
    The R H Phillips collection of Fijian moths
    Chalcedonic quartz
    Australian insects. 3. The Collembola or Springtails
    The new meteorite exhibit in the Australian
1938, October Vol 06 No 12 Science news a century ago
    The aboriginal rock engravings of the Sydney district
    The Giant Toad Bufo marinus in Australia
    Fiji: a correction
    Australian insects. 4. The mayflies
    Australian shells. Spindle and Band shells, Whelks, and the False Trumpet shell
    The story of crystals
1939-1942 Volume 07 Contents, Index
1939, June Vol 07 No 01 The Percy Marks collection of opals
    The Green-backed Mangrove Heron at nest
    Aboriginal drawings of the Carnarvon Range, Queensland
    Australian shells. Mitres
    Pictorial composition in Australian aboriginal rock art
    Living fossils
    Australian insects versus the dragonflies
    The nature and origin of life
    The Wunderlich archaeological library
1939, September Vol 07 No 02 Recent work in the Museum
    Prehistoric stone objects from New Guinea
    The coals of your life
    Slaters or wood-lice
    The aboriginal rock paintings of New South Wales
    Early theories of the Earth
    Australian insects. VI. Orthoptera:1.The cockroaches
    Heralds of Spring
    Australian shells: Dog Whelks, Dove shells, Ivory shells and Small Whelks
1939, December Vol 07 No 03 Scientific libraries
    Terns and their habits. Feathered fishers of sea and shore
    Australian shells. Rock shells, Smoke shells and Trophons
    Australian insects. VII. Orthoptera: 2.The Mantids
    Fishes in flights of fancy
    Ice clad continents
    The Simpson Desert
1940, March Vol 07 No 04 The Museum and the cinema
    The Pearly Nautilus: a living fossil
    Insect habitat groups
    Maori carving
    Australian insects. VIII. Orthoptera: 3. Stick and leaf insects
    A new bird of paradise
    Mystery animals of Australia
    Australian shells. The Purples and their near relatives
1940, June Vol 07 No 05 Peripatus
    Australian insects. IX. Orthoptera, 4. The locusts
    A nesting colony of sea birds on the Admiralty Isles
    The statistics of gold nuggets
    The carved trees of New South Wales
    Native art in international exhibitions
    Herbert James Carter
    Ambergris. Its uses and identification
    Australian shells. Bubble and allied shells
    A trumpeter with two mouths
1940, September Vol 07 No 06 A message
    Aboriginal stone arrangements in Australia
    Snakes that fish
    New insect exhibits. Man's insect enemies in peace and war
    Minerals from Mount Isa, North West Queensland
    Australian shells. Ear and Siphon shells, brackish water slugs and snails
    Some strange and beautiful flies
    Furred aeronauts of night. Little bats as friends of Man
    Australian insects. X. Orthoptera, 5. The longhorned grasshoppers
    The first two-headed shark in Australia
December, 1940 Vol 07 No 07 Administrative changes
    Presentations to Dr. Anderson and Mr W T Wells
    The stone axes of Australia
    Animal parasites: the tapeworms
    School films
    The Mountain minnow
    Put to the swordfish
    Jivaro head trophies
    Vampire bats in fact and legend
    Window displays
    Australian insects. XI. Orthoptera, 6. The crickets
1941, March Vol 07 No 08 The Small Cabbage White Butterfly
    Chipped stone implements of the aborigines
    Australian insects. 7. Isoptera - the termites
    To the red heart of Australia
    New parts for old in the shellfish world
    The story of the diamond
1941, July Vol 07 No 09 Capsules or girdles?
    Tess: a New South Wales police dog
    The Small Cabbage White Butterfly
    The food supply of the aborigines
    Australian aboriginal art
    The catfish and its kittens
    To the red heart of Australia. II. Erldunda to the Macdonnell Ranges
    Linked destinies
1941, September Vol 07 No 10 Portrait of Alexander Macleay
    Aboriginal grindstones and mortars
    The Pterodactyls of the Mesozoic era. Nature's greatest flying machine
    'Photographic' fishes
    Australian insects. 8. Perlaria, the Stone-flies, and Embiaria, the web-spinners
    Any port in a storm
    The home of the diamond
    Butterflies and ants
    Porphyry, the purple stone of the ancients
    Australian aboriginal art and its application
    War on the Liver Fluke
1941, December Vol 07 No 11 Guide to the museum collections
    Aboriginal ritual and mystery stones
    Uninvited guests
    Australian Water-rats: their origin and habits
    Australian insects. 15. Book-lice, lice and thrips
    New Parrotfish exhibits
    Harmful moth caterpillars
    Strange insect meals: an entomological by-way
1942, March Vol 07 No 12 Museums today
    The story of Man
    The cycle of erosion
    An interesting New Guinea phasmid
    Animal plagues
    Australian insects. 16. The bugs, cicadas, etc - order Hemiptera
    The life-history of the Cup Moth Doratifera ochroptila Turner
    The Watering-pot shell
    Deepsea blackout
    Interesting meteorite additions to the Museum collections
    A crab wonder
    The Striped Possums of Australia and New Guinea


Ms Jen Cork , Online Producer
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