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Volume 53, 1921

List of Plates.

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Sir David Ernest Hutchins vii
Colonel Thomas William Porter ix
Kenneth Wilson xi
Elsdon Best
Plate I.—Stockade at the Taita. Pencil sketch by W. Swainson, 17th October, 184— 20
Plate II.—Fig. 1. Remains of Paremata Blockhouse still standing in 1920. Fig. 2. Old blockhouse near Wallaceville, built in 1860–61 20
Herbert Baillie
Plate III.—Fig. 1. Putataka, Port Waikato (from a sketch by S. Percy Smith). Fig. 2. The “Calliope” gunboat (from a sketch by John A. Gilfillan) 32
Plate IV.—Fig. 1. The “Governor Grey” (from a painting by Major Heaphy). Fig. 2. The “Caroline” (from a painting by W. Forster) 32
Plate V.—Fig. 1. H.M.S. “Eclipse” (from a photograph supplied by Admiral Sir E. F. Fremantle, G.C.B). Fig. 2. The “Pioneer” off Meremere 32
Plate VI.—Fig. 1. The “Pioneer.” Fig. 2. The “Rangiriri” 32
R. Speight—
Plate VII.—Fig. 1. Lake Manapouri, looking east, showing notched spurs. Fig. 2. Lake Manapouri, looking east, showing islands 48
Plate VIII.—Fig. 1. Lake Manapouri, looking west. Fig. 2. Semi-detached knob, Thompson Sound 48
Plate IX.—Range west of Cass River, Waimakariri Valley 50
Plate X.—Fig. 1. Jim's Knob, Upper Rakaia Valley. Fig. 2. Ice-cut bench on lower side of Bealey River at its junction with the Waimakariri River 50
Plate XI.—Fig. 1. Jumped-up Downs, Upper Rangitata Valley, looking downstream. Fig. 2. Jumped-up Downs, Upper Rangitata Valley, looking up-stream 50
Plate XII.—Fig. 1. Ice-front viewed from Park Rock, looking south-west. Fig. 2. General view of glacier, looking south from Park Rock 54
Plate XIII.—Fig. 1. View looking east from Park Rock. Fig. 2. View from peg No. 7, looking south 54
P. Marshall and R. Murdoch
Plate XIV.—Figs. 1, 2. Melina zealandica Suter 80
Plate XV.—Fig. 1. Ostrea gudexi Suter. Figs. 2, 3. Thracea magna n. sp. 80
Plate XVI.—Figs. 1, 2. Miltha neozelanica n. sp. 80
Plate XVII.—Fig. 1. Miltha neozelanica n. sp. Figs. 2, 2a. M. dosiniformis n. sp. Fig. 3. M. parki n. sp. 80
Plate XVIII.—Fig. 1. Couthouyia concinna n. sp. Fig. 2. Vermicularia ophiodes n. sp. Figs. 3, 4. Cymatium suteri n. sp. Fig. 5. C. pahiense n. sp. Fig. 6. Cypraea sp. Figs. 7, 8. Admete maorium n. sp. 82
Plate XIX.—Fig. 1. Daphnella varicostata n. sp. Figs. 2, 3. Euthria subcallimorpha n. sp. Fig. 4. Eulimella awamoaensis n. sp. Fig. 5. Odostomia (Pyrgulina) pseudorugata n. sp. Fig. 6. Turbonilla awamoaensis n. sp. Fig. 7. Eulima aoteaensis n. sp. 82
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M. J. Gilbert
Plate XX.—Fig. 1. Showing the characteristic dune-bedding in the consolidated sands close to the bed of lignite near Fishing Rock, on the coast north-west of Waiuku. Fig. 2. Photomicrograph of algal limestone north of Te Orairoa Point. Fig. 3. Photomicrograph of fine Globigerina limestone, Koruahine Point 112
Plate XXI.—Fig. 1. Mesozoic shales and sandstones of the “strike coast,” a little south of Okariha Point. Fig. 2. The belemnite shales (Mesozoic) at the South Head, Waikato River 112
J. L. Bartrum
Plate XXII.—Fig. 1. Western coast of Great Barrier Island: view looking north-north-west towards the entrance of Port Abercrombie. Fig. 2. Kaitoke Beach from the south, mid-east coast, Great Barrier Island 118
Plate XXIII.—Fig. 1. The Needles, north-east coast of Great Barrier Island. Fig. 2. Breakaway Cliffs of Whitecliffs Range, near Whangaparapara 118
Plate XXIV.—Typical rhyolitic bluffs, summit of Mount Young, looking north-west 124
Plate XXV.—Fig. 1. A conspicuous acid dyke, valley of Awana Stream. Fig. 2. Ramifying narrow dykes, Mine Bay, Great Barrier Island. Fig. 3. Closely-folded fine-bedded sediments, Harataonga Bay 124
Plate XXVI.—Figs. 1–6. Photomicrographs of rocks from Great Barrier Island 124
Plate XXVII.—Figs. 1–5. Photomicrographs of rocks from Great Barrier Island 124
Plate XXVIII.—Figs. 1–6. Photomicrographs of rocks from Great Barrier Island 128
C. A. Cotton
Plate XXIX.—Fig. 1. The eastern shore of Port Nicholson. Fig. 2. The Baring Head platform as seen from Cape Turakirae— 136
Plate XXX.—Fig. 1. The Baring Head platform between the mouths of the Wainui-o-mata and Orongorongo Rivers. Fig. 2. The Baring Head platform, Orongorongo platform, and higher benches, as seen from Baring Head 136
Plate XXXI.—Fig. 1. Baring Head platform on Baring Head. Fig. 2. Lake Koangatera, at the drowned mouth of Gollan's Valley 140
Plate XXXII.—Fig. 1. The aggraded headward-tilted valley of the western branch of the Wainui-o-mata. Fig. 2. View looking seaward across the widest part of the rocky coastal plain of Cape Turakirae 140
Plate XXXIII.—Fig. 1. Map of the Hutt River delta. Fig. 2. Map showing the Upper Hutt basin-plain 140
Plate XXXIV.—An aggraded plain in small headward-tilted tributaries of the Mangaroa River 140
G. L. Adkin
Plate XXXV.—The raised shore-platform of the Porirua coast 148
L. I. Grange
Plate XXXVI.—Fig. 1. Section of cemented greensand of Waterfall Creek. Fig. 2. Crystal of sodalite with inclusions 164
J. M. Fowler
Plate XXXVII.—Fig. 1. General view of striated rocks at Circle Cove. Fig. 2. Near view of striated rocks 175
M. K. Mestayer
Plate XXXVIII.—Figs. 1–3. Lorica haurakiensis n. sp. Figs. 4–6. Lorica volvox (Reeve). Figs. 7, 8. Plaxiphora (Maorichiton) lyallensis n. sp. Figs. 9–11. Rhyssoplax oliveri n. sp. Fig. 12. Damoniella alpha n sp. 176
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G. Archey
Plate XXXIX.—Scymnodon sherwoodi 196
M. N. Watt
Plate XL.—Mine of Nepticula ogygia, showing character of frass-deposition 208
Plate XLI.—Fig. 1. Mine of N. perissopa. Fig. 2. Portion of early part of gallery of N. perissopa, to show character of frass-deposition 208
Plate XLII—Early portions of mines of N. tricentra 208
Plate XLIII.—Fig. 1. Mine of N. fulva in leaf of O. nitida, as seen on upper surface of leaf. Fig. 2. Mine of N. fulva in leaf of O. nitida, as seen from underside of leaf 208
John G. Myers
Plate XLIV.—Fig. 1. Ctenoneurus hochstetteri: eggs (mostly hatched) in situ on under-surface of tawa-bark. Fig. 2. Ctenoneurus hochstetteri: imagines and nymph of advanced age 236
Plate XLV (coloured).—Figs. 1–10. Melampsalta (various species) 250
Plate XLVI (coloured).—Figs. 1–13. Melampsalta (various species) 250
David Miller
Plate XLVII—Figs. 1–5. Lepidomyia decessum: female, male, larva, and pupa. Fig 6. Sphaerophoria ventralis n. sp.: wing. Fig. 7. Syrphus novae-zealandiae; adult male 304
Plate XLVIII.—Fig. 1. Syrphus novae zealandiae: larva on leaf. Figs. 2, 3. S. ropalus: larva (side view) and empty pupa. Fig. 4. S. viridiceps: adult male. Fig. 5. Platycheirus lignudus n. sp.: adult female. Fig. 6. Melanostoma fasciatum: eggs on a grass-head 304
Plate XLIX.—Fig. 1. Melanostoma fasciatum: larva on leaf. Fig. 2. Xylota montana n. sp.: adult female. Fig. 3. Tropidia bilineata: adult female 304
Plate L.—Figs. 1, 4. Helophilus antipodus: adult male and adult female. Fig. 2. Mallota cingulata: adult female. Fig. 3. Helophilus hochstetteri: adult female 304
Plate LI.—Fig. 1. Myiatropa campbelli n. sp.: adult female. Fig. 2. Merodon equestris: adult female. Fig. 3. Eristalis tenax: adult male 332
Plate LII.—Fig. 1. Paragus pseudo-ropalus n. sp.: adult male. Fig. 2. Syrphus harrisi n. sp.: adult female. Fig. 3. Eristalis tenax larva submerged in water 332
R. J. Tillyard
Plate LIII.—Full-grown larva of Uropetala carovei White 344
L. T. Griffin
Plate LIV—Fig. 1. Muraenichthys breviceps. Fig. 2. Coris sandeyeri 352
Plate LV.—Fig. 1. Callanthias splendens n. sp. Fig. 2. Spheroides nitidus n. sp. 352
W. R. B. Oliver
Plate LVI.—Skull of crab-eating seal 360
D. Petrie
Plate LVII.—Fig. 1. Notospartium glabrescens in flower, Nidd Valley, Clarence River, Marlborough. Fig. 2. Notospartium Carmichaeliae, Tynterfield, Wanau Valley 368
Plate LVIII.—Figs. 1–5. Pods of Notospartium glabrescens, N. torulosum, and N. Carmichaeliae 368
G. H. Cunningham
Plate LIX.—Fig. 1. Cordyceps Aemonae Lloyd. Fig. 2. Larva of Aemona hirta Proun. Fig. 3. Imago of A. hirta 376
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Plate LX.—Fig. 1. Cordyceps consumpta n. sp. Fig. 2. Porina enysii Butl. Fig. 3. Cordyceps Craign Lloyd 376
Plate LXI.—Fig. 1. Cordyceps Robertsii Hook. Fig. 2. Transverse section through sclerotium 376
Plate LXII.—Fig. 1. Porina dinodes Meyr. Fig. 2. Cordyceps Sincla irii Berk. Fig. 3. a, Melampsalta cruentata Fabr.; b, M. cingulata Fabr. 376
J. E. Holloway
Plate LXIII.—Figs. 1–3. Tmesipteris: Photographs of portions of prothallus 400
Te Rangi Hiroa (P. H. Buck)—
Plate LXIV.—Fig. 1. Tau koura: the korapa being slipped down between the canoe and the fern bundle. Fig. 2. Tau koura: the pekapeka being drawn up against the korapa 440
Plate LXV.—Fig. 1. Tau koura: completely out of water. Fig. 2. Tau koura: the catch from one fern bundle 440
Plate LXVI.—Decorative panels. Fig. 1. Te Mangaroa (the Milky Way). Fig. 2. Stars, or roimata (tears). Fig. 3. Roimata (tears). Fig. 4. Roimata toroa (albatross-tears) 458
Plate LXVII.—Decorative panels. Fig. 1. Poutama. Fig. 2. Kaokao (human ribs). Fig. 3. Kaokao (ribs, armpits). Fig. 4. Niho taniwha (dragon's teeth) 458
Plate LXVIII.—Decorative panels. Fig. 1. Kanohi aua (herring's eyes). Fig. 2. Waharua (double mouth). Fig. 3. Waharua, or waharua kopito. Fig. 4. Patiki (flounder) 458
Plate LXIX.—Overlapping wrapped stitch 458
R. Fulton
Plate LXX.-Three views of supposed sharpening-stone, showing grooves 470