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Records of the Auckland Museum

Previous Records of the Auckland Museum

About 250 copies of the Records are sent on exchange for the periodicals of other research institutes in New Zealand and around the world. These exchange journals are held by the Auckland Museum Library. Proposals for exchange agreements should be addressed to the Librarian.

Copies of recent Records volumes may be purchased at the following prices (in $NZ and including GST). Please make your selection from the table below and email your requirements to the library@aucklandmuseum.com.

Volumes

Volume 49 (2014)

Cover of Volume 49 of the Records of the Auckland Museum.

Articles

  • Adzes with notches
    LOUISE FUREY (pp. 5)
  • Establishment of two Neurogalesus Kieffer, 1907 species (Hymenoptera: Diapriidae: Diapriinae) in New Zealand
    JOHN W. EARLY (p. 15)
  • New Zealand Mesozoic marine reptiles in the Auckland Museum collection
    B.J. GILL and M.K. EAGLE (p. 21)
  • The Indian herpetological collections of Charles McCann
    B.J. GILL and J.M.A. FROGGATT (p. 29)
  • Records of sea-kraits (Serpentes: Laticaudidae: Laticauda) in New Zealand
    B.J. GILL and A.H. WHITAKER (p. 39)
  • Diatoms (Bacillariophyceae) from the Miranda Coast, Firth of Thames, New Zealand
    MARGARET A. HARPER and JOHN F. HARPER (p. 43)
  • Biodiversity and distribution of Ostracoda, Foraminifera and Micromollusca of Matai Bay, Northland
    MARGARET S. MORLEY and BRUCE W. HAYWARD (p. 55)


Volume 47 (2010)

Price: $50

  • Plant names of the Kalam (Upper Kaironk Valley, Schrader Range, Papua New Guinea)
    R.O. GARDNER (pp. 5-50)
  • Tidal zonation of ostracod and micromolluscan faunas in coralline turf on the east and west coasts of Auckland, New Zealand
    M.S. MORLEY and B.W. HAYWARD (pp. 51-74)
  • J.C. McLean’s collection of New Zealand and foreign birds’ eggs
    B.J. GILL and M.J. TAYLOR (pp. 75-88)
  • The largest recorded specimen of the giant heart urchin, Brissus gigas (Echinoidea: Brissidae) [short note]
    M.J. CAMERON (pp. 89-92)
  • Ceramic imitation arm rings for indigenous trade in the Solomon Islands 1880 to 1920
    R. RICHARDS (pp. 93-109)
  • Ta-Sedgemet, the mummy in the Auckland War Memorial Museum
    J. DENNISON (pp. 111-127)
  • The Auckland War Memorial Museum collection of adzes from Pitcairn Island, East Polynesia
    M. TURNER (pp. 129-154)
  • James Richard Adams Wilkes: colonial traveller, photographer, administrator, artifact collector
    R. NEICH (pp. 155-191)
  • Micro-wear analysis of a Middle Bronze Age sword blade
    S. HIGGINS (pp. 193-205)

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Volume 46 (2009)

Price: $50

  • Introduction to New Zealand of two sea squirts (Tunicata, Ascidiacea) and their subsequent dispersal
    B.W. HAYWARD and M.S. MORLEY (pp. 5-14)
  • Marine Mollusca of Great Barrier Island, New Zealand
    M.S. MORLEY and B.W. HAYWARD (pp. 15-51)
  • The Smytheman cadastral plans at Auckland Museum Library [short note]
    J.C.H. SENIOR (pp. 53-55)
  • James Edge-Partington (1854-1930): an ethnologist of independent means
    R. NEICH (pp. 57-110)

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Volume 45 (2008)

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  • The military engagement at Katikara, Taranaki, 4 June 1863
    N.J. PRICKETT (pp. 5-41)
  • ‘Oxford man learned Maori craft’: the work of Thomas Aubrey Chappé Hall
    M. WHITE (pp. 43-71)
  • Fossil record of the post-glacial marine breaching of Auckland’s volcanic maar craters
    B.W. HAYWARD, M.S. MORLEY, A.T. SABAA, H.R. GRENFELL, R. DAYMOND-KING, C. MOLLOY, P.A. SHANE and P.A. AUGUSTINUS (pp. 73-99)
  • New comatulid crinoids from the Meyers Pass Limestone Member (Waitakian (Chattian) of the Pentland Hills and Hurstlea, South Canterbury, New Zealand
    M.K. EAGLE (pp. 101-129)
  • Identification of the grasses (Gramineae) of the central Pacific Ocean region
    R. GARDNER (pp. 131-164)

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Volume 44 (2007)

Price: $45

  • New Zealand Dryinidae and Embolemidae (Hymenoptera: Chrysidoidea): new records and description of Bocchus thorpei new species
    M. OLMI (pp. 5-16)
  • Intertidal and shallow-water Ostracoda of the Waitemata Harbour, New Zealand
    M.S. MORLEY and B.W. HAYWARD (pp. 17-32)
  • Mr St John’s collection of mounted birds from Nelson, New Zealand, c. 1856
    B.J. GILL (pp. 33-41)
  • Grasses (Gramineae) of the central Pacific Ocean region
    R. GARDNER (pp. 43-83)
  • New fossil crinoids (Articulata: Comatulida) from the Late Oligocene of the Pentland Hills and Hurstlea, South Canterbury, New Zealand
    M.K. EAGLE (pp. 85-110)

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Volume 43 (2006)

Price: $36

  • Stylistic aspects of two Maori treasure boxes
    R. NEICH (pp. 5-10)
  • Intertidal and shallow subtidal biota of Mahia Peninsula, Hawkes Bay
    M.S. MORLEY, B.W. HAYWARD, J.L. RAVEN, G.A. FOREMAN and H.R. GRENFELL (pp. 11-41)
  • First record of yellowfin bream Acanthopagrus australis (Günther) (Teleostei; Sparidae) in New Zealand waters
    C.D. ROBERTS and A.L. STEWART (pp. 43-54)
  • A catalogue of moa eggs (Aves: Dinornithiformes)
    B.J. GILL (pp. 55-80)
  • A new asteroid (Forcipulatida: Zoroasteridae) from the Eocene of Whangarei, Northland, New Zealand
    M.K. EAGLE (pp. 81-96)
  • Annotated list of local plant names from Waya Island, Fiji
    R. GARDNER and A. PAWLEY (pp. 97-108)
  • The Maori artefact collection of Arthur Hoby (1852-1947)
    K. DAY (pp. 109-135)

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Volume 42 (2005)

Price: $36

  • Editorial (pp. 5–6)
    Zonation and biogeography of the intertidal biota of subantarctic Campbell and Auckland Islands, New Zealand
    B.W. HAYWARD and M.S. MORLEY (pp. 7–33)
  • A new genus of fossil crinoid (Cyrtocrinidia: Sclerocrinidae) from Chatham Island, New Zealand
    M.K. EAGLE (pp. 35–47)
  • Powaka whakairo: a third form of Maori treasure box
    R. NEICH (pp. 49–66)
  • Pliocene bird bones from Pitt Island, Chatham Islands, New Zealand
    M.K. EAGLE, B.J. GILL and J.A. GRANT-MACKIE  (pp. 67–73)
  • A Middle Pleistocene goose bone (Anserinae: Cnemiornis) from Hawke’s Bay, New Zealand
    B.J. GILL, J.A. GRANT-MACKIE and B. HAYES (pp. 75–79)
  • Maori casualties of the First Taranaki War, 1860–61
    N. PRICKETT (pp. 81–124)

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Volume 41 (2004)

Price: $36

  • Saracrinus (Crinoidea: Metacrininae) from the Early Miocene of Motuketekete Island, Hauraki Gulf, Auckland, New Zealand
    M.K. EAGLE (pp. 5-12)
  • C.F. Adams--an American taxidermist at Auckland Museum, 1885-86
    B.J. GILL (pp. 13-26)
  • The 'Te Potaka' storehouse carvings in Auckland Museum
    K. DAY (pp. 27-35)
  • Maori casualties at Pukehinahina (Gate Pa), 29 April 1864
    N. PRICKETT (pp. 37-52)
  • Nineteenth to mid-twentieth century individual Maori woodcarvers and their known works
    R. NEICH (pp. 53-86)

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Volume 40 (2003)

Price: $36

  • The history and archaeology of Queen's Redoubt, South Auckland
    N. PRICKETT (pp. 5-37)
  • Historical moa bone collections (Aves: Dinornithiformes) at Auckland Museum—Clevedon and Kia Ora
    B.J. GILL (pp. 39-53)
  • A new species of kiwi (Aves, Apterygiformes) from Okarito, New Zealand
    A.J.D. TENNYSON, R.L. PALMA, H.A. ROBERTSON, T.H. WORTHY and B.J. GILL (pp. 55-64)

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Volume 39 (2002)

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  • A carved storehouse at Arapawaiti, Waikanae
    R. NEICH (pp. 5-11)
  • Another Maori barkcloth beater from the Kaipara Harbour [short note]
    R. NEICH (pp.13-15)
  • An unusual Maori war canoe prow with embracing figures [short note]
    R. NEICH (pp. 17-20)
  • Review of fossil Haliotidae (Gastropoda) from New Zealand with description of a new early Miocene species
    M.K. EAGLE (pp. 21-43)
  • Records of bats (Mammalia: Chiroptera) from Late Holocene dune-sands at Te Werahi Beach, Northland, New Zealand [short note]
    B.J. GILL (pp. 45-47)
  • New distributional records of the extinct New Zealand duck Malacorhynchus scarletti (Anatidae) [short note]
    T.H. WORTHY and B.J. GILL (pp. 49-52)

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Volume 38, 2001 (published with Volume 37)

  • Mr Cheeseman's legacy: The Auckland Museum at Princes Street
    R. WOLFE (pp. 1-32)
  • Description and conservation of a probable moa’s egg (Aves: Dinornithiformes)
    B.J. GILL and S. COOPER (pp. 33-37)
  • A revision of the genus Phenacohelix Suter, 1892 (Mollusca: Pulmonata) with descriptions of four new species and reassignment of Thalassohelix ziczag (Gould, 1846)
    J.F. GOULSTONE (pp. 39-82)

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Volume 37/38 (joint issue 2001)

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Volume 37, 2001 (published with Volume 38)

  • From canoe to church on late nineteenth century Ulawa, Solomon Islands
    R. NEICH (pp. 5-43)
  • Marine biota of Parengarenga Harbour, Northland, New Zealand
    B.W. HAYWARD, A.B. STEPHENSON, M.S. MORLEY, W.M. BLOM, H.R. GRENFELL, F.J. BROOK, J.L. RILEY, F. THOMPSON and J.J. HAYWARD (pp. 45-80)
  • New fossil crinoids (Articulata: Comatulida) from the Late Oligocene of Waitete Bay, Northern Coromandel Peninsula, New Zealand
    M.K. EAGLE (pp. 81-92)
  • A new species of Cottreauaster (Asteroidea: Echinodermata) from the Middle Jurassic of New Zealand
    M.K. EAGLE (pp. 93-100)

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Volume 36 (1999)

Price: $37

  • British Army and colonial fortifications in north Taranaki, 1865-69
    N. PRICKETT (pp. 5-58)
  • History of the land vertebrates collection at Auckland Museum, New Zealand, 1852-1996
    B.J. GILL (pp. 59-93)
  • Monitoring studies of the benthic ecology of Waitemata Harbour, New Zealand
    B.W. HAYWARD, M.S. MORLEY, J.J. HAYWARD, A.B. STEPHENSON, W.M. BLOM, K.A. HAYWARD and H.R. GRENFELL (pp. 95-117)
  • Inner shelf Mollusca of the Bay of Islands, New Zealand, and their depth distribution
    M.S. MORLEY and B.W. HAYWARD (pp. 119-138)

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Volume 35

Price: $35


Volume 34 (index)

Price: $35

Volume 34 contains author, new taxa and subject indexes to the contents of volumes 1-33 (1930 - 1996).