Volume 25(1962)

Siphamia zaribae Whitley (Fam. Apogonidae) with some observations on its ecology
R. J. Slack-Smith
25 :7-11 (1962)
Keywords: fish, siphamia

A small collection of fish from Macquarie Island
R. J. Slack-Smith
25 :13-16 (1962)
Keywords: fish, macquarie island

Accretionary growth structures, southwest Victorian coast
G. Baker
25 :17-48 (1962)
Keywords: geology, geomorphology, growth structures

Catalogue of Middle Palaeozoic types and figured specimens in the National Museum of Victoria
E. D. Gill, E. M. Davies and J. J. Jenkin
25 :49-93 (1962)
Keywords: geology, palaeontology, palaeozoic, types, catalogue

Descriptions of Victorian Nudibranchiata Mollusca, with a comprehensive review of the Eolidacea
R. Burn
25 :95-128 (1962)
Keywords: mollusca, nudibranchs, eolidacea

On the new pleurobranch subfamily Berthellinae (Mollusca, Gasteropoda)
R. Burn
25 :129-148 (1962)
Keywords: mollusca, pleurobranch, berthellinae

Notes on a collection of Nudibranchia from South Australia
R. Burn
25 :149-171 (1962)
Keywords: mollusca, south australia, nudibranchs

Trochus obtusa confusion
J. H. Macpherson
25 :173-176 (1962)
Keywords: mollusca, trochus

New name for Murex expinosus
J. H. Macpherson
25 :176 (1962)
Keywords: mollusca, murex

Additions to the marine molluscan fauna of southeastern Australia
C. G. Gabriel
25 :177-210 (1962)
Keywords: mollusca, marine

A review of the Cypraeidae genus Notocypraea
R. J. Griffiths
25 :211-231 (1962)
Keywords: mollusca, notocypraea

The Linnaean Haliotis varia in Australia
R. R. Talmadge
25 :233-241 (1962)
Keywords: mollusca, haliotis

Notes on distribution and descriptions of new species (Orders Odonete, Plecoptera, Orthoptera, Trichoptera and Coleoptera)
A. Neboiss
25 :243-257 (1962)
Keywords: entomology, odonata, plecoptera, orthoptera, trichoptera, coleoptera

Revision of the genus Arunta (Cicadidae)
A. N. Burns
25 :259-268 (1962)
Keywords: entomology, cicadidae, arunta

Revision of the genus Thopha (Cicadidae)
A. N. Burns
25 :269-279 (1962)
Keywords: entomology, cicadidae, thopha