Volume 24, 2003-2005

Volume 24 No 4 – April 30, 2005

  • Effect of fire in Torndirrup National Park, South Coast, Western Australia. By Vic Smith
  • A molecular genetic and morphological appraisal of a distinctive form of the Sandy Inland Mouse, Pseudomys hermannsburgensis. By M. Adams and N.K. Cooper
  • Vertebrate Fauna of the Eastern Group, Archipelago of the Recherche, Western Australia. By L.A. Smith, R.E. Johnstone, and J.Dell.
  • From Field and Study:
    • Praying mantis praying on Vertebrates. By Steve Dale.
    • Observations of a Dibbler (Parantechinus apicalis) feeding on Banksia media. By Renee-Claire Hartley and Saul Cowen.
    • A record of the Flower-Pot Blind Snake Ramphotyphlops braminus from a Perth suburb. By Glen Gaikhorst.
    • An overlooked record of the Malleefowl in the interior of Western Australia. By Ian Abbott.

Volume 24 No 3 – September 30 2004

  • Two new species of Stylidium, (Stylidiaceae) from the south-west of Western Australia. By Allen Lowrie and Kevin F. Kenneally.
  • Description of an immature male Kerguelen Pintail Anas eatoni collected at Mawson Station, Eastern Antarctica. By R. E. Johnstone and L. G. Irvine.
  • Sedgwick’s Kangaroo Paws re-identified. By G. F. Mees.
  • Reappraisal of the reptiles on the islands of the Houtman Abrolhos, Western Australia. By R. A. How, D. J. Pearson, A. Desmond and B. Maryan.
  • Bird usage of planted treebelts on farmland at Frankland, Western Australia. By Rita Watkins.
  • A breeding invasion by Red-Capped Robins following a wildfire at Gooseberry Hill. By Michael Brooker.
  • Malva dendromorpha/Malva australiana hybrid. By Elizabeth Rippey.
  • The coon bug Oxycarenus luctuosus and Malvaceae. By Elizabeth Rippey.
  • From Field and Study:
    • Another introduced fish species (Acentrogobius pflaumii Bleeker) for Western Australian waters. By Derek Mead-Hunter.

Volume 24 No 2 – December 30 2003

  • Lake Gladstone, an important Kimberley bird habitat: with notes on birds recorded during the W.A. Naturalists’ Club excursion on 12 July 2003. By John Dell.
  • Successful translocation of a mature female ridge-back Trapdoor Spider (Idiopidae; Idiosoma sigillatum(Cambridge)). By Robert I.T. Prince.
  • The biography behind the Birds (No 20 in the series). Rufous Songlark (Cincloramphus mathewsi)Iredale, 1911. By Tess Kloot.
  • Mass deaths of sea turtles on the Montebello Islands, October 1953, following Operation Hurricane. By Peter G. Kendrick.
  • Eradication of Silver Pheasants Lophura nycthemera(L) from Porongurup National Park, Western Australia. By A.N. Start.
  • Body markings of the whale shark: vestigial or functional? By S.G. Wilson and R.A. Martin.
  • Ferals at Walga Rock. By B.M.J. Hussey.
  • Three recent records of Pied Cormorant (Phalacrocorax varius) predation on Silver Gull chicks (Larus novaehollandiae) in Western Australia. By C.R. Lamont.
  • The Western Spiny-tailed Skink, Egernia stokesii badia: declining distribution in a habitat specialist. By R.A. How, J. Dell and D.J. Robinson.
  • From Field and Study:
    • An observation of Acritoscincus trilineatum in a Wedge-tailed Shearwater colony on Rottnest Island. By Wesley J. Bancroft.
    • Observations of Aprasia repens on Rottnest Island. By Wesley J. Bancroft. Buff-banded Rail breeding at Pelican Point. By Wesley J. Bancroft.
    • Predation of Loggerhead turtle hatchlings by the Boodie (Bettongia lesueur) on Dorre Island, Western Australia. By N.D. Thomas.

Volume 24 No 1 June 30 2003

  • The Flora and Avifauna of the proposed Carnarvon Range Conservation Park, Western Australia, including the nearby Blue Hill Pastoral Lease.
    • Part 1: Background and Introduction. By Kevin H. Coate and Daphne Choules Edinger.
    • Part 2: Vegetation By Daphne Choules Edinger.
    • Part 3: Annotated Bird Species List By Kevin H Coate.
  • Plant regeneration following fire in Bungendore Park, Bedfordale, Western Australia. By Jeffrey Lewis.
  • Reproductive observations of a Thorny Devil, Moloch horridus, in a natural semi-arid environment. By Scott A. Thompson.
  • A failed breeding attempt by Banded Stilt in the Eastern Goldfields area of Western Australia. By K.H. Coate and R.E. Johnstone.
  • From Field and Study:
    • Red-necked Phaloropes regularly appearing on Rottnest. By Peter Coyle.
    • Competition between a Rainbow Lorikeet and a Twenty-eight Parrot for a nesting hollow. By A.N. Larcombe.