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Volume 58, 1928
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Contents.

Page.
Annual Meeting, New Zealand Institute 1
Presidential Address 35
Botany.
Fifth Supplement to the Uredinales and Ustilaginales of New
    Zealand.
        By G. H. Cunningham, Government Mycologist, Dept. of
           Agriculture, Wellington, New Zealand
47
An Artificial Rubus Hybrid.
        By H. H. Allan
51
The Vegetation of Awarua Plain.
        By J. Crosby Smith
55
Observations on Corynocarpus lacvigata Forst. (the karaka).
        By Ellen Pigott, M.A.
57
The External Distribution of New Zealand Marine Algae and Notes on Some Algological Problems.
        By Robert M. Laing, B.Sc., F.N.Z.Inst.
189
The Polyporaceae of New Zealand.
        By G. H. Cunningham, Mycologist, Department of Agriculture, Wellington
202
New Plant Localities.
        By Arnold Wall
251
Some Crevice Plants from the Lava Field at Mt. Wellington.
        By Joyce H. Wilson, M.Sc.
255
Chemistry.
The Correlation of Iron Starvation in Ruminants with the Physical
    Features of the Country.
        By B. C. Aston
179
The Vitamin “A” (Anti-Ophthalmic) Content of Butter and Spinach.
        By Lillian Boynton Storms, Ph.D., Home Science Department, Otago University
264
Calcium Content of Some New Zealand Foods.
        By Lillian Boynton Storms, Ph.D., Home Science Department, Otago University
277
The Titre of New Zealand Mutton Tallows.
        By A. M. Wright, F.I.C., and Ida Thompson
279
Radium Emanation and Goitre Production.
        By R. R. D. Milligan
283
The Kata-Thermometer Applied to the Investigation of the Physical Condition of Schoolroom Atmosphere.
        By P. W. Glover, Physical Laboratory, Canterbury College
285
The Mineral Content of Pasture,
        By B. C. Aston, F.I.C., F.N.Z. Inst.
536
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Geology.
Graptolites from Cape Providence, Chalky Inlet, Southland.
        By Robert E. Keble
157
On the “Rodingite” of Nelson.
        By L. I. Grange
160
A Kaipara Ammonite.
        By P. Marshall, M.A., D.Sc., F.N.Z.Inst., Hector and Hutton Medallist, N.Z. Institute
357
The Geology of View Hill and Neighbourhood.
        By R. Speight, M.A., M.Sc., F.G.S., F.Am.G.S., F.N.Z. Inst.
408
The Tertiary Mollusca of the Chatham Islands including the Generic Revision of the New Zealand Pectinidae.
        By J. Marwick, M.A., D.Sc., New Zealand Geological Survey
432
The Wearing of Beach Gravels.
        By P. Marshall, M.A., D.Sc., F.R.G.S., F.N.Z. Inst., Hector and Hutton Medallist N.Z. Institute
507
A Natrolite Tinguaite from Dunedin.
        By P. Marshall, M.A., D.Sc., F.R.G.S., F.N.Z. Inst., Hector and Hutton Medallist N.Z. Institute
533
Zoology.
A New Species of Hymenoptera of the Family Xiphydriidae.
        By E. S. Gourlay, First Assistant Entomologist, Cawthron Institute, Nelson
72
Notes on Variation in Neural Structure of New Zealand Cicadas.
        By G. V. Hudson, F.E.S., F.N.Z. Inst.
73
Notes on New Zealand Geometridae.
        By Louis B. Prout
75
Notes and Descriptions of New Zealand Lepidoptera.
        By A. Philpott, Research Student in Lepidoptera, Cawthron Institute, Nelson
80
The Modification of the Eighth Sternite in Microdes (Lepidoptera).
        By A. Philpott, Research Student in Lepidoptera, Cawthron Institute, Nelson
91
The Male Genitalia of the New Zealand Tineidae.
        By A. Philpott, Research Student in Lepidoptera, Cawthron Institute, Nelson
93
The Male Genitalia of the New Zealand Oecophoridae.
        By A. Philpott, Research Student in Lepidoptera, Cawthron Institute, Nelson
102
Biological Notes on the Copepod Boeckella triarticulata.
        By E. W. Bennett, M.Sc., Canterbury College, Christchurch
114
Notes on New Zealand Fishes.
        By W. J. Phillipps
125
Additions to Fish Fauna of New Zealand.
        By L. T. Griffin, F.Z.S., Assistant Curator, Auckland Museum
136
On a Moa Skeleton from Amodeo Bay and Some Moa Bones from Karamu.
        By Gilbert Archey, Curator, Auckland Museum
151
Mollusca from Twenty-three Fathoms off Ahipara, N.Z.
        By A. W. B. Powell
295
Descriptions of the Immature Stages of Some New Zealand Craneflies: Part I.
        By J. Speed Rogers, University of Florida, Gainesville, Flo., U.S.A.
301
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Note on the Validity of the Proctotrypoid Genus of Tanyzonus Marshall.
        By E. S Gourlay, First Assistant Entomologist, Cawthron Institute, Nelson
310
Description of Two New Species of Marine Gasteropod.
        By C. E. R. Bucknill, L.M.S.S.A., Lond.
311
The Male Genitalia of the New Zealand Plutellidae.
        By Alfred Philpott, Hon. Research Student in Lepidoptera, Cawthron Institute, Nelson
317
The Male Genitalia of the New Zealand Lyonetiidae.
        By Alfred Philpott, Hon. Research Student in Lepidoptera, Cawthron Institute, Nelson
327
The Male Genitalia of the New Zealand Glyphipterygidae.
        By Alfred Philpott, Hon. Research Student in Lepidoptera, Cawthron Institute, Nelson
337
The Male Genitalia of the New Zealand Gelechiidae.
        By Alfred Philpott, Hon. Research Student in Lepidoptera, Cawthron Institute, Nelson
348
Notes and Descriptions of New Zealand Lepidoptera.
        By A. Philpott, Research Student in Lepidoptera, Cawthron Institute, Nelson
359
Notes on Isonomeutis aumaropa Meyr. (Lepidoptera).
        By A. Philpott, Research Student in Lepidoptera, Cawthron Institute, Nelson
371
Notes on Nesomachilis maoricus Tillyard, with particulars of a new sense-organ.
        By J. W. Evans, B.A.
375
The Fresh-water Eels of New Zealand.
        By Johs. Schmidt, Ph.D., D.Sc., Hon. F.R.S.E., For. M.L.S., For. M.Z.S., Director of Carlsberg Laboratory, Copenhagen
379
Whitebait (Galaxias attenuatus): Growth and Value as Trout-food.
        By D. Hope
389
The Rediscovery of Tonicia cuneata Suter and Acanthochites thileniusi Thiele (Order Polyplacophora) together with the Description of a new Genus, and a Short Review of the New Zealand Acanthochitonidae.
        By Edwin Ashby, F.L.S.
392
Miscellaneous.
Food Values of New Zealand Fish. Part 8, Stewart Island Oysters.
        By John Malcolm, M.D.
167
Estimation of Carbon by Wet Combustion
        By H. O. Askew
174
Review.
“The Insects of Australia and New Zealand.” By R. J. Tillyard.
        By D. M.
184
Obituary.
William Townson, 1850–1926.
        By B. C. Aston
186
P. G. Morgan, 1867–1927.
        By J. Henderson, D.Sc.
553