Volume 27, 2009-2011

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Contents of The Western Australian Naturalist Volumes 27, 2009 to 2011


Volume 27 No 4 April 8, 2011

  • The 1990 expedition to Camden Harbour, north-west Kimberley:
    Part 1 – background and expedition narrative. By K. Coate.
  • The 1990 expedition to Camden Harbour, north-west Kimberley:
    Part 2 – annotated bird species list. By K. Coate, L. Smith,L. Fontanini, and A. Sanders.
  • The 1990 expedition to Camden Harbour, north-west Kimberley:
    Part 3 – traditional Aboriginal names of the Kimberley coast, geographic name approvals and name and positional changes. By I. Elliot.
  • The 1990 expedition to Camden Harbour, north-west Kimberley:
    Part 4 – reptiles. By L.A. Smith and G. Harold.
  • The 1990 expedition to Camden Harbour, north-west Kimberley:
    Part 5 – marine invertebrates. By L. M. Marsh.
  • The 1990 expedition to Camden Harbour, north-west Kimberley:
    Part 6 – botany. By K.F. Kenneally.

 Volume 27 No 3 – September 30, 2010

  • An annotated checklist of birds from Lorna Glen (Mutawa): A proposed conservation park on the boundary of the Murchison and Gascoyne regions of Western Australia. By Kevin Coate.
  • Vascular flora of Eucla National Park. By Greg Keighery.
  • Weeds of the Nullarbor in Western Australia. By Greg Keighley.
  • The occurrence and likely origins of two species of mistletoe at Herdsman Lake, Western Australia. By R. Powell.
  • Notes on the ecology of four species of pygopdid lizards in the Great Victoria Desert. By Eric R. Pianka.
  • From Field and Study
    • Distinctive feeding behaviour of Red-necked Avocet at Augusta, Western Australia. By Joseph Froudist.
    • Winter activity in the Dugite, Pseudonaja affinis. By Paul Orange.
  • Obituary – Edgar Dell. By J. Dell and B. Dell

 Volume 27 No 2 – April 30, 2010

  • History of the study of Fungi at Kings Park, Perth, Western Australia. By Neale L. Bougher.
  • First record for Australia of the wood-inhabiting fungus Hemimycena cephalotricha: from urban bushland in Perth, Western Australia. By Neale L. Bougher.
  • An extension of the range of Water Rat Hydromys chrysogaster (Muridae) in Western Australia with some implications for range and distribution. By A. Chapman and B.M. Chuwen.
  • A new species of Petrophile (Proteaceae) from the Whicher Range. By Greg Keighery.
  • Checklists of the vascular plants of the deltaic islands of the Peel-Harvey Estuary. By Greg Keighery and William Muir.
  • From Field and Study:
    • Filamentous algae – a threat to juvenile frogs? By Ron Taylor and Andrew Chapman.

 Volume 27 No 1 – December 30, 2009

  • Hybridisation between Australian Ringneck Platycercus zonarius and Red-capped Parrot Platycercus spurius in Cottesloe, Perth, Western Australia. By R.E. Johnstone and R. Benken.
  • Case of an unusually artificial urban location for a bracket fungus. By Roz Hart.
  • A new subspecies of Grevillea brachstylis (Proteaceae) from the Whicher Range. By Greg Keighery.
  • Additions to the terrestrial herpetofauna of Koolan and Dirk Hartog Islands. By Brad Maryan and Linda Reinhold.
  • First records of Pederserpula pusio, the Pagoda Fungus, in the Perth metropolitan region, Western Australia. By Derek Mead-­Hunter and Roz Hart.
  • Additional counts and records of flock composition of Carnabys Cockatoo (Calyptorhynchus latirostris) at two overnight roosting sites in metropolitan Perth. By P.F. Perry and M. Owen.
  • Three decades of avifaunal change in an inner suburb of Perth, 1977-2009. By Ian Abbott.
  • From Field and Study: Sand shimmying as predator avoidance behaviour in two agamid lizards, Ctenophorus reticulatus and Ctenophorus femoralis. By Christopher J. Bell, Jim I. Mead and Marci Hollenshead.
  • Obituary – Margaret (Biddy) Bridget Mills (nee Edwards)