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Volume 48, 1915
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Index.

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Authors of Papers.
Adams, T. W. Page
The Species of the Genus Pinus now growing in New Zealand, with some Notes on their Introduction and Growth 216
On an Exhibit of Acorns and Leaves of Oaks grown by the Author at Green-dale, Canterbury, New Zealand 223
Allison, T—The Star Test for Telescopic Mirrors 498
Archey, G.—Notes on the Marine Crayfish of New Zealand 396
Aston, B. C.—The Vegetation of the Tarawera Mountains, New Zealand 304
Bartrum, J A.—High-water Rock-platforms: A Phase of Shore-line Erosion 132
Benham, W. B.—Notes on New Zealand Polychaeta 386
Best, E.
Maori and Maruiwi: Notes on the Original Inhabitants of New Zealand and their Culture: on the Question of how that Culture affected the Later-coming Maori; and on the Existence in these Isles of Customs, Arts, and Artifacts not traceable to Polynesia 435
Maori Voyagers and their Vessels: How the Maori explored the Pacific Ocean, and laid down the Sea Roads for all Time 447
Bird, J. W.—Observations on the Lianes of the AncientForest of the Canterbury Plains of New Zealand 315
Birks, L., and Webb, E.—Investigation into the Resistance of Earth Connections 464
Brittin, G—Notes on some Coccidae in the Canterbury Museum, together with a Description of a New Species 423
Broadgate, F. K—The “Red Rocks” and Associated Beds of Wellington Peninsula 76
Buckman S S—Terminology for Foraminal Development in Terebratuloids (Brachiopoda) 130
Carse, H—Some Further Additions to the Flora of the Mongonui County 237
Cheeseman, T F.—New Species of Plants 210
Chilton, C—A New Species of Orchestia 354
Some Australian and New Zealand Gammaridae 359 Cockayne, A. H.—Notes from the Canterbury College Mountain Biological Station No 3—Some Economic Considerations concerning Montane Tussock Grassland 154
Cockayne, L.—Notes on New Zealand Floristic Botany, including Descriptions of New Species, &c. (No. 1) 193
Some Hitherto-unrecorded Plant-habitats (X) 203
Cockayne, L, and Foweraker, C. E.—Notes from the Canterbury College Mountain Biological Station. No 4—The Principal Plant Associations in the Immediate Vicinity of the Station 166
Cotton, C A—Block Mountains and a “Fossil” Denudation Plain in Northern Nelson 59
Donovan, W.—The Distribution of Titanium, Phosphorus, and Vanadium in Taranaki Ironsand 503
Downes, T W.—New Light on the Period of the Extinction of the Moa (according to Maori Record) 426
Easterfield, T. H, and McDowell, J C—Studies on the Chemistry of the New Zealand Flora. Part V—The Chemistry of Podocarpus totara and Podocarpus spicatus 518
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Foweraker, C. E., and Cockayne, L.—Notes from the Canterbury College Mountain Biological Station: No. 4—The Principal Plant Associations in the Immediate Vicinity of the Station 166
Hamilton, H.—Notes on the Occurrence of the Genus Trachipterus in New Zealand 370
Hogg, E. G.—On the Inscribed Parabola 490
Holloway, J.—Studies in the New Zealand Species of the Genus Lycopodium 253
Jenkinson, S H.—The Manufacture of Iron and Steel in New Zealand 508
Kirk, H. B.—On the Much-abbreviated Development of a Sand-star (Ophionereis schayeri)—Preliminary Note 383
On the Gonoducts of the Porcupine-fish (Dicotylichthys jaculiferus Cuvier) 384
Laing, R. M.—The Norfolk Island Species of Pteris 229
McDowell, J. C., and Easterfield, T. H.—Studies on the Chemistry of the New Zealand Flora: Part V—The Chemistry of Podocarpus totara and Podocarpus spicatus 518
Marshall, P.—The Younger Limestones of New Zealand 87
Relations between Cretaceous and Tertiary Rocks 100
Some New Fossil Gastropods 120
Mesteyeb, M. K.—Preliminary List of Mollusca from Dredgings taken off the Northern Coasts of New Zealand 122
Mesteyer, R. L.—List of Foraminifera dredged from 15′ S of the Big King at 98 Fathoms depth 128
Meyrick, E.—Descriptions of New Zealand Lepidoptera 414
Morgan, P. G.—Records of Unconformities from Late Cretaceous to Early Miocene in New Zealand 1
Park, J.—On the Occurrence of a Striated Erratic Block of Andesite in the Rangitikei Valley, North Island, New Zealand 135
Parry, E.—Resistance to the Flow of Fluids through Pipes 481
Petrie, D.—Descriptions of New Native Phanerogams 186
Philpott, A.—Descriptions of New Species of Lepidoptera 420
Poppelwell, D L.—Notes on the Plant-covering of Pukeokaoka, Stewart Island 244
Notes on the Plant-covering of the Breaksea Islands, Stewart Island 246
Speight, R.—The Orientation of the River-valleys of Canterbury 137
Notes from the Canterbury College Mountain Biological Station. No. 2—The Physiography of the Cass District 145
Thomson, J. A.—On Stage Names applicable to the Divisions of the Tertiary in New Zealand 28
Additions to the Knowledge of the Recent and Tertiary Biachiopoda of New Zealand and Australia 41
The Flint-beds associated with the Amuri Limestone of Marlborough 48
Uttley, G. H.—The Geology of the Neighbourhood of Kakanui 19
Watt, M. N.—Contributions to the Entomology of New Zealand. No 8—Parectopa citharoda Meyr. (Order Lepidoptera) 407
Description of a New Species of Melanchia from Mount Egmont 413
Webb, E. and Birks, L.—Investigation in the Investigation of Earth Connections 464
Westland, C. J.—Southern Variable Stais 500
Wild, L. J.—Studies on the Lime Requirements of certain Soils 513
Marcus F. Marks, Government Printer, Wellington.—1916.