Vol 19, 1992-1994

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Contents of The Western Australian Naturalist Volume 19, 1992 to 1994

Volume 19 No 4 – September 15, 1994

  • Rediscovery of the Presumed Extinct Triggerplant Stylidium merrallii (Stylidiacea) with an Amended Description of the Species and its Conservation Status. By K.F. Kenneally and A. Lowrie.
  • Identification of Pseudomys albocinereus, P. occidentalis, P. shortridgei, Rattus rattus and R. fuscipes using footpad Patterns. By N.K. Cooper.
  • The Birds of Adele Island, Western Australia, Including Notes on Recently Established Breeding Colonies of Red-footed Boobies (Sula sula) and Great Frigate Birds (Fregata minor). By K.H. Coate, L.A. Smith and L. Fontanini.
  • Diet of Regent Parrots (Polytelis anthopeplus) in the South-west of Western Australia. By J.L. Long and P.R. Mawson.
  • A Flowering Calendar for John Forrest National Park. By P.G. Armstrong and B.G. Muir.
  • Observations of Seabirds and Shorebirds in Nusa Tenggara (Lesser Sundas) and Moluccas, Indonesia. By R.E. Johnstone.
  • From Field and Study
    • Falsistrellus mackenziei at Jandakot. By D.J. Kosken and J.E. O’Shea.
    • A new bird record for Bernier Island, Shark Bay. By Keith Morris, Peter Speldewinde and Peter Orell.
    • Rainbow Lorikeets breeding in Eastern Goldfields. By Andrew Chapman and Sean Hazelden.
    • Dewfall in the desert. By B.M.J. Hussey.
    • Welcome Swallows Hirundo neoxena may have caused the first fatality attributed to birds in WA. By Peter Coyle.
    • Distribution and possible butterfly pollination of Parsonsia. By Allan H. Burbridge

Volume 19 No 3 – August 25, 1993

  • Diet and Reproductive Condition of Free-Ranging Varanus timorensis. By D. King.
  • Dimensions of the Perentie (Varanus giganteus) and Other Large Varanbids. By D. King and B. Green.
  • Floods in the Desert – Heavy Rains in the Dry Regions of Western Australia. By J. Gentilli.
  • Naturalised Plants on the Southern Slopes of the Western End of the Helena Valley, Western Australia. By B.M.J. Hussey.
  • From Cow Pat to Frying Pan: Australian Herring (Arripes georgianus) Feed on an Introduced Dung Beetle (Scarabaeidae). By P. Berry.
  • Acacia setulifera: A New Kimberley Record of a Rarely Collected Northern Australian Wattle. By B.R. Martin and A.S. Weston.
  • Selection of Woody Food by Termites (Isoptera) at the Harry Waring Marsupial Reserve near Jandakot, Western Australia. By M. Abensperg- Traun, R. Black and S. Bunn.
  • New Distribution Records for the Yellow Palmdart Cephrenes trichopepla and the Orange Palmdart Cephrenes augiades sperthias from Western Australia. By A. Williams.
  • A Bird List from the Maylands Peninsula, Suburban Perth, W.A. By R.H. Stranger.
  • From Field and Study
    • Inland Great-winged Petrel as a prey item of the Peregrine Falcon. By Martin Schulz and Krus Kristensen.
    • Notes on the nest of a Bearded Dragon Pogona minor. By Mr and Mrs B. Smith.
    • Rainbow Lorikeets feeding on the fruit of Allocasuarina obesa. By R.H. Stranger.
    • Notes on the Chestnut-breasted Mannikin, Lonchura castaneothoras, at Maylands. By R.H. Stranger.
    • Red-capped Parrot feeding on leafminers. By O. Mueller.
    • A Southern Fulmar (Fulmarus glacialoides) and a Blue Petrel (Halobaen a caerulea) found dead on Rottnest Island. By Peter Coyle.
    • Re-discovery of Tetraria australiensis C.B. Clarke (Cyperaceae). By G.J. Keighery.

Volume 19 No 2 – January 30, 1993

  • Identification of Pseudomys chapmani, P, hermannsburgensis, P. delicatulus and Mus musculus using footpad patterns. By N.K. Cooper.
  • Consett Davis: Scientist, Soldier, Kimberley Collector and Casualty of War. By Kevin F. Kenneally.
  • A Botanical Survey of Walcott Inlet, Kimberley, Western Australia. By Kevin F. Kenneally and Daphne Choules Edinger.
  • Mammals of The Munja-Walcott Inlet Area West Kimberley, Western Australia. By Andrew Chapman.
  • The Flora of a Remnant of Native Vegetation on The Eastern Swan Coastal Plain. By M.H. Robinson and P.R. Mawson.
  • Herpetofauna of an Urban area near Perth, Western Australia. By Brad Maryan.
  • From Field and Study
    • First Record of a Herald Petrel Pterodroma arminjoniana in Western Australia. By R.E. Johnstone and T. Kirby.
    • Short-nosed Bandicoot Isoodon obesulus on Culeenup Island. By Melvyn J. Lintern and Suzie P.Roe.
    • First records of two reptiles Morelia spilota imbricata (Boidae) and Tiliqua occipitalis (Scincidae) from the vicinity of Eyre Bird Observatory, Western Australia. By Phillip Griffin and Tim Hunt.
    • First Record of a Gould’s Petrel Pterodroma leucoptera (Gould) in Western Australia. By R.E. Johnstone.

Volume 19 No 1 – March 1, 1992

  • Observations of captive and wild Western Ringtail Possums. Pseudocheirus ocidentalis. By Mike Ellis and Barbara Jones
  • Notes on the distribution, ecology and taxonomy of the Peaceful Dove Geopelia striata in Western Australia. By R.E. Johnstone.
  • Plants collected by J.A.L. Preiss from Kings Park in 1839. By E.M. Bennett.
  • The combat ritual of two monitor lizards, Varanus caudolineatus and Varanus gouldii. By Graham G. Thompson, Philip C. Withers and Scott A. Thompson.
  • Probable spawning site of the Freshwater Cobbler Tandanus bostocki located in the Murray River Western Australia. By Michael John Hutchinson.
  • Long-billed Corellas have an uncertain status in the South-west of Western Australia. By Marion Massam and John Long.
  • A checklist of plants found growing in a native or naturalised state on Culeenup Island, Yunderup, Western Australia. By B.M.J. Hussey, D. Anderson and S. Loney.
  • Annotated list of the birds of Dorre Island. By P.G. Kale.
  • Flowering calendar for Reserve No. 3694 in metropolitan Perth. By R.J. Cranfield and C.M. Parker.
  • Birds benefit from professional fishing at Mandurah, W.A. By R.H. Stranger.
  • Notes on the status of the skink lizard Ctenotus lancelini, on Lancelin Island. By Robert Browne-Cooper and Brad Maryan.
  • From Field and Study
    • Seed dispersal in Templetonia sulcata. By Greg Barrett.
    • Notes on nesting chats. By N. Kolichis.
    • A Display in the Splendid Fairy-wren Marurus splendens. By R.H. Stranger.
    • Nesting of the Fairy Tern Sterna nereis at the Causeway. By R.H. Stranger
    • Crab and spider share a web. By Gary J. Morgan and Dorothy J. Brennan.
    • Bird notes from the saltmarsh near Sandfire Flat. By N. Kolichis.

earlier Volumes 17 and 18, 1987-1991

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