Contents

The red-spot spider, Latrodectus hasseltii, a widely distributed species, is our most dangerous spider, and many cases of serious bites have been recorded - Frontispiece

The first Australian Museum - 111

The native bear - 112

Last days at Santa Cruz - Troughton, Ellis le G., 1893-1974 and Livingstone, Arthur A. - 113

Notes and news - 123, 140

A romance of two words - ammonia and ammonite - Crabb, H. E. - 124

The flower of the wave - Whitley, Gilbert P. (Gilbert Percy), 1903-1975 - 126

A Lilliputian marine battle - McNeill, Frank A. (Francis Alexander), 1896-1969 and Hale, Herbert M. (Herbert Mathew), 1895-1963 - 129

Obituary - Dr. E.W. Ferguson - 131

A gigantic extinct lizard - Anderson, Charles, 1876-1944 - 132

Obituary - Thomas Whitelegge - 133

Harmful Australian spiders - Musgrave, Anthony, 1895-1959 - 134

A remarkable fish parasite - Whitley, Gilbert P. (Gilbert Percy), 1903-1975 - 139

The case and faggot moths - Day, Maud Preston - 141

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Bibliographic Data

Title
Australian Museum Magazine Volume 03 Issue 04
Contributors

Anderson, Charles, 1876-1944;
Crabb, H. E.;
Day, Maud Preston;
Hale, Herbert M. (Herbert Mathew), 1895-1963;
Livingstone, Arthur A.;
McNeill, Frank A. (Francis Alexander), 1896-1969;
Musgrave, Anthony, 1895-1959;
Troughton, Ellis le G., 1893-1974;
Whitley, Gilbert P. (Gilbert Percy), 1903-1975

Series Editor
Anderson, Charles, 1876-1944
Year
1927
Publication Type
Journal
Publisher
Australian Museum
Journal
Australian Museum Magazine
Number of pages
38
Start page
109
End page
144
Volume
03
Issue
04
Date Span
Vol.1, no.1, -vol.13, no.12 (1921-1961)
Publisher
Australian Museum
Place Published
Sydney
Language
English
ISSN
0155-3496
Table of Contents

The red-spot spider, Latrodectus hasseltii, a widely distributed species, is our most dangerous spider, and many cases of serious bites have been recorded - Frontispiece

The first Australian Museum - 111

The native bear - 112

Last days at Santa Cruz - Troughton, Ellis le G., 1893-1974 and Livingstone, Arthur A. - 113

Notes and news - 123, 140

A romance of two words - ammonia and ammonite - Crabb, H. E. - 124

The flower of the wave - Whitley, Gilbert P. (Gilbert Percy), 1903-1975 - 126

A Lilliputian marine battle - McNeill, Frank A. (Francis Alexander), 1896-1969 and Hale, Herbert M. (Herbert Mathew), 1895-1963 - 129

Obituary - Dr. E.W. Ferguson - 131

A gigantic extinct lizard - Anderson, Charles, 1876-1944 - 132

Obituary - Thomas Whitelegge - 133

Harmful Australian spiders - Musgrave, Anthony, 1895-1959 - 134

A remarkable fish parasite - Whitley, Gilbert P. (Gilbert Percy), 1903-1975 - 139

The case and faggot moths - Day, Maud Preston - 141

DOI
10.3853/j.0155-3496.1927.3.4
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