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Volume 47, 1914
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Index.

Authors of Papers.

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Adams, C. E.—The Longitude, Latitude, and Height of the Hector Observatory, Wellington, New Zealand 590
Andersen, Johannes C.—New Zealand Bird-song 593
Archey, Gilbert
The Occurrence in New Zealand of Myriapoda of the Genus Scutigerella, Order Symphyla 293
The Fresh-water Crayfish of New Zealand 295
Aston, B. C.—Plant-habitats Hitherto Unrecorded 67
Benham, W. B.—
Notes on some New Zealand Polychaetes 161
Preliminary Report on the Polychaetous Annelids from the Kermadec Islands 170
Oligochaeta from the Kermadec Islands 174
A Remarkable Case of Bifurcation in Lumbricus rubellus 185
On Lumbricillus macquariensis 189
Brittin, G.—
Some New Coccidae 149
New Coccidae 156
Carse, H.—The Ferns and Fern Allies of Mangonui County, with some Notes on Abnormal Forms 76
Cheeseman, T. F.—
Notes on Aciphylla, with Descriptions of New Species 39
New Species of Flowering-plants 45
Chilton, C.—
A Fresh-water Crab, and its Distribution in Australia and New Zealand 316
The New Zealand Species of the Amphipodan Genus Elasmopus 320
Notes from the Canterbury College Mountain Biological Station, Cass: No. 1—Introduction and General Description of Station 331
Cockayne, L.—
Some New Species of New Zealand Flowering-plants 111
An Undescribed Species of Cotula from the Chatham Islands 119
Cross, Miss B. D.—Investigations on Phormium 61
Edgerley, Miss K. V.—The Prothallia of Three New Zealand Lycopods 94
Fletcher, H. J.—Notes on Comparatively Recent Changes in the Vegetation of the Taupo District 70
Hall, T. S.—
On the Occurrence of Lower Ordovician Graptolites in Western Otago 410
The Golden Ridge Graptolites 411
Hetherington, J. R.—Records of Borings at Horotiu 613
Hogg, E. G.—On Orthogonal Circles 584
Holloway, J. E.—Preliminary Note on the Protocorm of Lycopodium laterale R. Br. Prodr. 73
Iredale, T.—
A Commentary on Suter's “Manual of the New Zealand Mollusca 417
A Comparison of the Land Molluscan Faunas of the Kermadec Group and Norfolk Island 498
Jennings, L. S.—Pedunculate Cirripedia of New Zealand and Neighbouring Islands 285
Kirk, H. B.—On Ascidioclava, a New Genus of Gymnoblastic Hydroids 146
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Laing, R. M.—Revised List of the Norfolk Island Flora, with some Notes on the Species 1
Marshall, P.—
The Geology of Tahiti 361
Cainozoic Fossils from Oamaru 377
The Recent Volcanic Eruptions on Ambrym Island 387
Meyrick, E.—
Descriptions of New Zealand Lepidoptera 201
Revision of New Zealand Tineina 205
Miller, D., and Watt, M. N.—Contributions to the Study of New Zealand Entomology, from an Economical and Biological Standpoint; No. 4—Phorocera nefaria Hutt.; No. 5—Psychoda conspicillata Hudson; No. 6—Syrphus ropalus Walk.; No. 7—Phytomyza albiceps Mg. (Diptera) 274
Neill, W. T.—On the Deflection of the Plumb-line 578
Nelson, P. S.—The Influence of Pressure on the Solubility of Tricalcic Phosphate in Carbonic-acid Solutions 573
Oliver, W. R. B.—The Mollusca of the Kermadec Islands 509
Petrie, D.—
Descriptions of New Native Phanorogams, with other Short Notices 48
Some Additions to the Flora of the Subantaretic Islands of New Zealand 59
Philpott, A.—Descriptions of New Species of Lepidoptera 192
Pigott, Miss. E. M.—Notes on Nothopanax arboreum, with some Reference to the Development of the Gametophyte 599
Poppelwell, D. L.—
Notes on the Plant Covering of the Garvie Mountains, with a List of Species 120
Notes on a Botanical Visit to Horekopere Island, Stewart Island 142
On a Pure-white Form of Anas superciliosa Gmel 145
Speight, R.—
The Intermontane Basins of Canterbury 336
Recent Changes in the Position of the Terminal Face of the Franz Josef Glacier 353
Note on the Occurrence of Petroleum in New Zealand 355
Thomson, J. Allan
Brachiopod Genera: The Position of Shells with Magaselliform Loops, and of Shells with Bouchardiform Beak Characters 392
Additions to the Knowledge of the Recent Brachiopoda of New Zealand 404
Watt, Morris N.—Contributions to the Study of New Zealand Entomology, from an Economical and Biological Standpoint; No. 1—Plusia chalcites Esp.; No. 2—Nyctemera annulata Boisd.; No. 3—Venusia verriculata Feld. (Lepidoptera) 245
Watt, M. N., and Miller, D.—Contributions to the Study of New Zealand Entomology, from an Economical and Biological Standpoint: No. 4—Phorocera nefaria Hutt.; No. 5—Psychoda conspicillata Hudson; No. 6—Syrphus ropalus Walk.; No. 7—Phytomyza albiceps Mg. (Diptera) 274
Wild, Leonard J.—Notes on the Soils of the Warran Plain, Marlborough 413
Wright, A. M.—
The Chemistry of Flesh Foods: Part II 569
Notes on the Determination of Milk-fat 572