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Figs. 1, 4.—Barbatia (Acar) whangaensis n. sp., holotype × 4, p. 440.
Figs. 2, 3.—Barbatia (Pugilarca) barneaformis n. subgen., n. sp., holotype × 1, p. 441.
Figs. 5, 6.—Arca pittensis n. sp., holotype × 1, p. 440.
Figs. 7, 10.—Glycymeris hunti n. sp., holotype × 1, p. 442.
Figs. 8, 9.—Perrierina ovata n. sp., holotype × 10, p. 444.
Figs. 11, 12.—Limopsis invalida n. sp., holotype × 2 ½, p. 443.
Fig. 13.—Sectipecten allani n. gen., n. sp., holotype × 1, p. 459.

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Fig. 14.—Serripecten tiorioriensis n. gen., n. sp., holotype × 1, p. 458.
Fig. 15.—Mytilus (Aulacomya) willetsi n. sp., holotype × 2, p. 444.
Fig. 16.—Sectipecten toaensis. n. gen., n. sp., holotype × 1, p. 459.
Fig. 17.—Chlamys mercuria n. sp., holotype × 2, p. 457.
Figs. 18, 19.—Chlamys chathamensis (Hutton), neotype × 1, p. 456.
Fig. 20.—Monia furcilla n. sp., holotype × 1 ½, p. 444.
Fig. 21.—Sectipecten allani n. sp., holotype × 1, p. 459.

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Figs. 22, 27.—Philobrya galerita n. sp., holotype × 25, p. 443.
Fig. 23.—Chlamys seymouri n. sp., holotype × 1, p. 457.
Figs. 24, 25.—Lissarca fossilis n. sp., holotype × 5, p. 442.
Fig. 26.—Ostrea waitangiensis n. sp., holotype × 1, p. 462.

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Fig. 28.–Chlamys titirangiensis n. sp., holotype × 1, p. 458.
Fig. 29.—Pallium (?Felipes) d'endyi (Hutton), topotype × 1, p. 458.
Fig. 30.—Lentipecten (Duplipecten) imperfectus n. subgen., n. sp., holotype, r. valve × 1, p. 460.
Fig. 31.—Lentipecten imperfectus n. subgen., n. sp., holotype, 1. valve × 1, p. 460.
Fig. 32.—Ostrea cannoni n. sp., holotype × 1, p. 462.

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Figs. 33, 34.–Liviea chathamensis n. sp., holotype × 2 ½, p. 461.
Fig. 35.—Limatula morioria n. sp., holotype × 1, p. 461.
Figs. 36, 37.—Ctenoides naufragus n. sp., holotype × 1, p. 461.
Fig. 38.—Lima vasis n. sp., holotype × 1, p. 460.
Figs. 39, 40.—Neogaimardia elegantula n. sp., holotype × 10, p. 463.
Fig. 41.—Ostrea cannoni n. sp., holotype × ¾, p. 462.

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Figs. 42, 43.–Ostrea arcula n. sp., holotype × 1, p. 462.
Figs. 44, 46.—Cardita northcrofti, n. sp., holotype × 2, p. 464.
Figs. 45, 47.—Venericardia nuntia n. sp., holotype × 2, p. 466.
Figs. 48, 50.—Venericardia beata n. sp., holotype × 1, p. 465.
Figs. 49, 51.—Chama pittensis n. sp., holotype × 1, p. 466.
Figs. 52, 53.—Venericardia martini n. sp., holotype × 1, p. 465.

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Figs. 54, 55.—Cuna antiqua n. sp., holotype × 9, p. 464.
Figs. 56, 58.—Cuna firma n. sp., holotype × 9, p. 464.
Fig. 57.—Cuna firma n. sp., paratype × 9, p. 464.
Figs. 59, 60.—Ascitellina d'onaciformis n. gen., n. sp., holotype × 3, p. 467.
Figs. 61, 63.—Condylocardia torquata n. sp., holotype × 9, p. 466.
Figs. 62, 65.—Amphidesma (Taria) porrectum n. sp., holotype × 0.9, p. 468.
Fig. 64.—Amphidesma (Taria) porrectum n. sp., paratype × 0.9, p. 468.

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Figs. 66, 71.–Dosinia (Kereia) chathamensis n. sp., holotype × 1, p. 469.
Fig. 67.—Dosinia (Kereia) chathamensis n. sp., paratype × 1, p. 469.
Figs. 68, 69.—Myllitella pinguis n. sp., holotype × 8, p. 467.
Fig. 70.—Myllitella pinguis n. sp., paratype × 8, p. 467.
Figs. 72, 76.—Tawera marthae n. sp., holotype × 1, p. 471.
Figs. 73, 74.—Bassinaria macclurgi n. gen., n. sp., holotype × 1, p. 470.
Fig. 75.—Tawera marthae n. sp., paratype × 1, p. 471.

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Figs. 77, 81, 83.—Eumarcia plana Marwick, Titirangi, × 1, p. 472.
Fig. 78.—Corbula tophina n. sp., holotyype × 3, p. 473.
Figs. 79, 80.—Corbula howesi n. sp., holotyype × 2, p. 472.
Fig. 82.—Corbula howesi n. sp., paratype × 2, p. 472.

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Fig. 84.—Leptomya concentrica n. sp., holotype × 2, p. 468.
Fig. 85.—Nemocardium diversum n. sp., holotype × 1, p. 472.
Figs. 86, 87, 88.—Notostrea tarda (Hutton), little curved specimen × 1, p. 462.
Figs. 89, 90, 91.—Notostrea tarda (Hutton), well curved specimen × 1, p. 462.
Fig. 92.—Notostrea tarda (Hutton), thick specimen × 1.
Fig. 93.—Notostrea tarda (Hutton), posteriorly elongated spec, × 1.
Figs. 94, 95, 96.—Natostrea tarda (Button), front, side and back views of right valve of spec. of fig. 93, × 1.

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Figs. 97, 98.—Atalacmea elata n. sp., holotype × 4, p. 473.
Fig. 99.—Margarella runcinata n. sp., holotype × 2.5, p. 475.
Fig. 100.—Emarginula pittensis n. sp., holotype × 2.5, p. 473.
Fig. 101.—Tugalia aranea n. sp., holotype × 1.25, p. 474.
Figs. 102, 103.—Zeminolia lenis n. sp., holotype × 5.5, p. 476.
Fig. 104.—Emarginula galeriformis n. sp., holotype × 2.5, p. 474.
Fig. 105.—Maurea finlayi n. sp., holotype × 1.75, p. 476.
Fig. 106.—Argalista arta n. sp., holotype × 8.5, p. 477.
Fig. 107.—Argalista effusa n. sp., holotype × 8.5, p. 476.
Fig. 108.—Notosinister insertus n. sp., holotype × 6, p. 479.
Fig. 109.—Ataxocerithium simplex n. sp., holotype × 2.5, p. 479.
Figs. 110, 114.—Perotrochus allani n. sp., holotype × .85, p. 474.
Fig. 111.—Merelina avita n. sp., holotype × 8.5, p. 478.
Figs. 112, 113.—Rangimata pervia n. gen., n. sp., holotype × 8.5, p. 477.
Fig. 115.—Estea insulana n. sp., holotype × 8.5, p. 478.
Fig. 116.—Estea subtilicosta n. sp., holotype × 8.5, p. 478.

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Fig. 117.—Turritella (Spirocolpus) solomoni n. sp., holotype × .85, p. 480.
Figs. 118, 119.—Trivia flora n. sp., holotype × 2.5, p. 482.
Fig. 120.—Cirsotrema chathamense n. sp., holotype × 2, p. 483.
Fig. 121.—Globisinum mucronatum n. sp., holotype × .85, p. 481.
Fig. 122.—Korovina accelerans n. sp., holotype × 8.5, p. 481.
Fig. 123.—Cirsotrema propelyratum n. sp., holotype × .85, p. 483.
Fig. 124.—Cirsotrema parvulum n. sp., holotype × 2.5, p. 483.
Fig. 125.—Cochlis pittensis n. sp., holotype × .85, p. 481.
Fig. 126.—Odostomia pittensis n. sp., holotype × 6, p. 484.
Fig. 127.—Imperator anthropophagus n. sp., holotype × .85, p. 477.
Fig. 128.—Cirsotrema (Tioria) youngi n. subgen., n. sp., holotype × 1.25, p. 484.
Fig. 129.—Austromitra plicifera n. sp., holotype × 2.5, p. 485.
Fig. 130.—Ellicea (Pittela) valida n. subgen., n. sp., holotype × .85, p. 486.
Fig. 131.—Austrosipho (Verconella) asper n. sp., holotype × .85, p. 485.
Fig. 132.—Phalium (Kahua) skinneri n. subgen., n. sp., holotype × .85, p. 482.

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Fig. 133.—Cominella (Eucominia) bauckei n. sp., holotype × .85, p. 486.
Fig. 134.—Marginella coxi n. sp., holotype × 4.25, p. 489.
Fig. 135.—Marginella floralis n. sp., holotype × 4.25, p. 489.
Fig. 136.—Retusa pressa n. sp., holotype × 6.5, p. 492.
Fig. 137.—Liracraea titirangiensis n. sp., holotype × 6.5, p. 491.
Fig. 138.—Mitrithara granum n. sp., holotype × 4.25, p. 490:
Fig. 139.—Guraleus lineatus n. sp., holotype × 6, p. 491.
Fig. 140.—Cominella (Eucominia) ellisoni n. sp., holotype × .85, p. 487.
Fig. 141.—Zemacies prendrevillei n. sp., holotype × .85, p. 489.
Fig. 142.—Inquisitor acutus n. sp., holotype × 1.6, p. 490.
Fig. 143.—Zeatrophon lassus n. sp., holotype × 1.6, p. 487.
Fig. 144.—Phenatoma decessor n. sp., holotype × 1.6, p. 491.
Figs. 145, 146.—Zeatrophon mutabilis n. sp., paratypes × .85, p. 488.
Fig. 147.—Waihaoia (Pachymelon) renwicki n. sp., holotype × .85, p. 488.
Fig. 148.—Zeatrophon mutabilis n. sp., holotype × .85, p. 488.