Volume 29, 2013–2015

Contents of The Western Australian Naturalist
Volumes 29, 2013–2015


 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

  • 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