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Volume 51, 1919

List Of Plates.

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Alexander Horsburgh Turnbull vi
Henry Suter x
Thomas William Adams x
M. H. Godby
   Plate I
      Fig. 1. Brown trout, Selwyn River 48
      Fig. 2. “Displacement” scale, Rakaia River 48
   Plate II
      Fig. 1. Brown trout, Selwyn River 48
      Fig. 2. Brown trout, Selwyn River 48
   Plate III
      Fig. 1. Brown trout, Selwyn River 48
      Fig. 2. Brown trout, Lake Ellesmere 48
   Plate IV
      Fig. 1. Brown trout, Opihi River 48
      Fig. 2. Brown trout, Rakaia River 48
   Plate V
      Fig. 1. Brown trout, Marymere 54
      Fig. 2. Brown trout, Marymere 54
   Plate VI
      Fig. 1. Brown trout, Lake Coleridge 54
      Fig. 2. Brown trout, Lake Coleridge 54
J. Bartrum
   Plate VII.—New fossil Mollusca 100
M. K. Mestayer
   Plate VIII.—New species of Mollusca 134
J. E. Holloway
   Plate IX
      Fig. 1. Lycopodium varium and L. varium var. polaris 168
      Fig. 2. L. Selago and L. ? varium 168
   Plate X
      Fig. 1. Lycopodium Selago 168
      Fig. 2. L. Billardieri, L. Billardieri var. gracile, and L. Phlegmaria 168
   Plate XI.—Lycopodium cernuum 180
   Plate XII
      Fig. 1. Lycopodium laterale and L. ramulosum 180
      Fig. 2. L. volubile and L. scariosum 180
   Plate XIII.—Lycopodium densum 192
   Plate XIVLycopodium fastigiatum and L. Drummondii 192
P. Marshall
   Plate XV.—Fossils from the Hampden beds 234
   Plate XVI.—Fossils from the Hampden beds 234
   Plate XVII.—Fossils from the Hampden beds 234
   Plate XVIII.—Part of femur of moa from lower Wanganui strata 252
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P. Marshall and R. Murdoch
   Plate XIX.—New fossil species of Mollusca 258
   Plate XX.—New fossil species of Mollusca 258
   Plate XXI.—New fossil species of Mollusca 258
A. W. Burwell
   Plate XXII.—Working model showing ocean currents 266
H. D. Skinner
   Plate XXIII.—Maori fish-hooks from Otago 268
J. A. Thomson
   Plate XXIV
      Fig. 1. The summit of Mount Tapuaenuku 308
      Fig. 2. Cliff of “syenite,” Mount Tapuaenuku 308
   Plate XXV
      Fig. 1. View of Coverham, looking westward 308
      Fig. 2. Junction between Clarentian and pre-Notocene 308
   Plate XXVI
      Fig. 1. Chalk Range, from the south-south-east 316
      Fig. 2. Folding in the Sawpit Gully mudstones 316
   Plate XXVII.—Cliffs on left bank of Isolated Hill Creek 316
   Plate XXVIII.—Isolated Hill from Isolated Hill Creek 326
   Plate XXIX
      Fig. 1. The ridge between the Dee and the Limburne 326
      Fig. 2. Great Marlborough conglomerate in the Dee Gorge 326
A. R. McCulloch
   Plate XXX.—Liopelma hamiltoni n. sp. 448