Volume 29, 2013 to 2014

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Contents of The Western Australian Naturalist Volumes 29, 2012 to 2013


 Volume 29 No 4, 8 February, 2015

  • Some observations on the field behaviour of the vulnerable mygalomorph spider, Idiosoma nigrum. By Ryan J. Ellis
  • First Australian record of Eurasian Wigeon (Anas penelope). By Les George
  • Trials on the use and effectiveness of artificial nest hollows for Carnaby’s Cockatoo at Cataby, Western Australia. By R.E. Johnstone, T. Kirkby and M. Mannion
  • First Australian record of Oriental Scops Owl (Otus sunia) with notes on its distribution and migration. By R.E. Johnstone and J.C. Darnell
  • Banksia behaving badly. By Greg Keighery and Bronwen Keighery
  • A record of a Northern Free-tailed Bat, Chaerephon jobensis roost from the northern Kimberley, Western Australia. By George Madani, Jim Reside, David Taggart and Cecilia Myers
  • Reptiles and amphibians of Forrestdale Lake Nature Reserve and the Anstey/Keane dampland, Western Australia. By Glen Gaikhorst
  • Persistence and seasonal occurrence of birds in a southern Perth suburb.By Stephen J. Reynolds
  • From Field and Study

 Volume 29 No 3, 30 May 2014

  • A note on the impact on Pilbara Leaf-nosed and Ghost Bat activity from cave sound and vibration levels during drilling operations. By R.D. Bullen and S. Creese
  • Notes on a collection of lizards from the Eucla sand dunes in Western Australia.By Eric R. Pianka
  • The avifauna of Semau Island, Lesser Sundas, Indonesia: ecology, taxonomy and conservation.By Ronald E. Johnstone, Oki Hidayat, John C. Darnell and Colin R. Trainor
  • Notes on the ecology and natural history of Ctenophorus reticulatus (Agamidae) in Western Australia. By Eric R. Pianka
  • Notes on the ecology and natural history of Ctenophorus caudicinctus (Agamidae) in Western Australia. By Eric R. Pianka
  • Notes on the ecology and natural history of two species of Egernia (Scincidae) in Western Australia. By Eric R. Pianka
  • Heliophila seselifolia (Brassicaceae): a new weed for Western Australia. By Greg Keighery

 Volume 29 No 2, 30 October 2013 S 13

  • Notes on the ecology and natural history of two uncommon arboreal agamid lizards Diporiphora paraconvergens and Lophognathus longirostris in the Great Victoria Desert of Western Australia. By Eric R. Pianka
  • Notes on the ecology and natural history of two uncommon terrestrial agamid lizards Ctenophorus clayi and C. fordi in the Great Victoria Desert of Western Australia. By Eric R. Pianka
  • Aquatic macrophytes in the Great Victoria Desert. By Ian A. E. Bayly and Ian Elliot
  • Notes on the natural history of the rarely recorded agamid lizard Caimanops amphiboluroides in Western Australia. By Eric R. Pianka
  • Status of the Airlie Island Ctenotus, Ctenotus angusticeps (Lacertilia: Scincidae), with notes on distribution, habitat and genetic variation. By B. Maryan, R. Somaweera, R. Lloyd, M. Bunce and M. O’Connell
  • Notes on the ecology and natural history of the rarely recorded gekkonid lizard Heteronotia binoei in the Great Victoria Desert of Western Australia. By Eric R. Pianka
  • An autumn survey of the vascular flora, birds, fungi, myxomycetes and lichens of Baladjie Lake Nature Reserve and Baladjie Rock. By Daphne Choules Edinger
  • Obituary. Graeme Edward Rundle AM

 Volume 29 No 1, 30 July 2013

  • Nesting records of Carnaby’s Cockatoo (Calyptorhynchus latirostris) from the Porongorup Range, south-west Western Australia. By Jeff Turpin and Simon Cherriman
  • An early record of Hutton’s Shearwater (Puffinus huttoni) from Augustus Island, Kimberley, Western Australia. By L. A. Smith and N. L. McKenzie
  • The birds of the Kai and Tayandu Islands, Maluku region, Indonesia. By R. E. Johnstone and S. (Bas) van Balen
  • An observation of male-male combat in Gwardars or Western Brown Snakes (Pseudonaja mengdeni) on Dirk Hartog Island, Western Australia. By R. Lloyd and L. Reinhold
  • Young-age breeding by a female Carnaby’s Cockatoo. By Rick Dawson, Denis A. Saunders, Emma Lipianin and Matthew Fossey
  • First Australian record of Hooded Pitta (Pitta sordida cucullata) with notes on its distribution and migration. By R. E. Johnstone and J. C. Darnell
  • From Field and Study