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Volume 39, 1906

Contents.

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Transactions.
I.—Miscellaneous.
Pages
Art. II. Transpacific Longitudes. By Dr. Otto Klotz 4970
XLI. The Comparison of the Oceanic Languages. By Rev. C. E. Fox 464475
XV. Maori Numeration: Some Account of the Single, Binary, and Semi-vigesimal Systems of Numeration formerly employed by the Maori. By Elsdon Best 150180
XXXIX. Notes on certain Maori Carved Burial-chests in the Auckland Museum. By T. F. Cheeseman, F.L.S. 451456
XXIX. On Isogonal Transformations: Part I. By E. Hogg 305312
II.—Zoology.
III. Notes on the Flesh-eating Propensity of the Kea. By Professor B. Benham, F.R.S. 7189
XXVIII. Notes on the Natural History of the Kea, with Special Reference to its Reputed Sheep - killing Propensities. By G. R. Marriner 271304
XXV. On Introduced Birds. By J. Drummond 227252
XLV. Dates on which Introduced Birds have been liberated, or have appeared, in different Districts of New Zealand. By J. Drummond 503508
XII. On the Occurrence in New Zealand of Platalea regia, Gould. By T. Iredale 137
XIV. On the Presence of another Australian Frog in New Zealand. By G. R. Marriner 144149
XLIII. Observations on New Zealand Fishes, made at the Portobello Marine Fish-hatchery 477496
VII. Notes and Descriptions of Lepidoptera. By E. Meyrick 106121
XIX. Notes on the Entomology of the Routeburn Valley. By G. V. Hudson 197205
XXI. Notes on Protective Resemblance in New Zealand Moths 212219
XVIII. Recent Observations respecting the Origin of the Vegetable Caterpillar. By G. V. Hudson 195196
XXVII. Notes on, and Additions to, the New Zealand Molluscan Fauna. By H. Suter 265270
XXVI. Results of Dredging in Hauraki Gulf; with Descriptions of Seven New Species. By H. Suter 252264
X. Note on the Bipolarity of Littoral Marine Faunas. By H. Farquhar 131135
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Art. XI. The New Zealand Plateau. By H. Farquhar 135137
IX. Notes on the New Zealand Echinoderms; with Description of a New Species. By H. Farquhar 123130
XL. Notes on the Callianassidœ of New Zealand. By Professor Charles Chilton, M.A. 456464
XVII. On a New Species of Pennatulid (Sarcophyllum bollonsi). By Professor W. B. Benham, F.R.S. 193195
XIII. New Zealand Ctenophores. By Professor W. B. Benham, F.R.S. 138143
XVI. Two New Species of Leech in New Zealand. By Professor W. B. Benham, F.R.S. 180192
XXIII. On the Occurrence of Fredericella sultana in New Zealand. By Professor Arthur Dendy, D.Sc. 221223
XXXVI. Notice of the Occurrence of Hydatella, a Genus new to the New Zealand Flora. By T. F. Cheeseman, F.L.S. 433434
XLVII. Notes on Two Marine Gymnomyxa. By Professor H. B. Kirk, M.A. 520522
III.—Botany.
I. The Fungus Flora of New Zealand: Part II. By G. Massee, F.L.S. 149
XXXVIII. Contributions to a Fuller Knowledge of the Flora of New Zealand: No. 1. By T. F. Cheeseman, F.L.S. 439450
XXX. Some Observations on the Coastal Vegetation of the South Island of New Zealand.—Part I: General Remarks on the Coastal Plant Covering. By Dr. L. Cockayne 312359
XXXV. On the Vegetation of the Westport District. By W. Townson 380433
XXXII. Note on the Cook Strait Habitat of Veronica macroura, Hook. f. By Dr. L. Cockayne 361
XXXIII. Some Hitherto-unrecorded Plant-habitats (II). By Dr. L. Cockayne 361378
XXXIV. Note on the Behaviour in Cultivation of a Chatham Island Form of Coprosma propingua. A. Cunn. By Dr. L. Cockayne 378379
XXXVII. Notes on Pittosporum obcordatum. By T. F. Cheeseman, F.L.S. 436439
XXXI. Supplementary Note on the Defoliation of Gaya in New Zealand. By Dr. L. Cockayne 359360
XXII. Note on the Occurrence of Phyllitis fascia (Muell.), Kuetz, in New Zealand. By R. M. Laing, M.A. 220221
IV.—Geology.
XLIV. Geological Notes on the South-west of Otago. By Dr. P. Marshall, F.G.S. 496503
IV. Notes on the Distribution of Ores in Horizontal Zones in Vertical Depths. By Professor James Park, F.G.S. 9092
V. Notes on the Formation of Zones of Secondary Enrichment in certain Metalliferous Lodes. By Professor James Park, F.G.S. 9397
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Art. VI. Notes on the Origin of the Metal-bearing Solutions concerned in the Formation of Ore-deposits. By Professor James Park, F.G.S. 98105
XX. The Influence of the Earth's Rotation on the Course of the Rivers on the Canterbury Plains. By Dr. F. W. Hilgendorf 206212
XLVI. Oil-wells and Oil-prospects along the East Coast. By H. Hill, F.G.S. 509520
XLII. Notes on a Coal (?) from Boby's Creek, Waipara. By L. H. Harrison 475476
XXIV. On the Radio-activity of certain Soils. By J. H. Howell 223226
VIII. The Increase of Nitrogen in certain Soils due to Nitroculture. By A. M. Wright 121123