London, Folio Society, 1992 [first thus]. Translated and introduced by Richard Barber; with illustrations from the manuscript.
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Melbourne, Field Naturalists' Club of Victoria, 1923. Vernacular names as adopted by the Plant Names Committee of the Field Naturalists' Club of Victoria.
Hong Kong, [N.P.], 1984/ 1983.
Wellington, Government Printer, 1982/ 1961; 1970; 1980; and 1985.
[Canberra], Forestry and Timber Bureau, 1953.
Adelaide, Government Printer, 1866. South Australian Parliamentary Paper Number 55 of 1866. Mainly routine matters, but there is a page of information and 'Instructions to Botanical Collector' prepared by Dr Richard Schomburgk, Director of the Adelaide Botanic Gardens.
London, John Murray, 1915. Major articles of interest include those by Sir Everard Im Thurn: "A Study of Primitive Character" (10 pages) and by Professor F.O. Bower on Australian botany (13 pages).
Canberra, Bureau of Flora and Fauna and AGPS Press, 1983 to 1993. Volume 1: Amphibia and Reptilia. Volume 2: Hymenoptera ... Volume 3: Arachnida ... Volume 4: Coleoptera ... Volume 5: Mammalia. Volume 6: Ephemeroptera ... Volume 7: Pisces ... Volume 8: Non-Marine Mollusca. Volume 9: Coleoptera ... Volume 10: Hymenoptera ... The set is on-going; Trove records 29 volumes.
Adelaide, The Board of the Botanic Gardens and State Herbarium, 2014. 'A catalogue to accompany the exhibition "Postcards from the Edge of the City" at the Santos Museum of Economic Botany, 9 December 2014 to 26 April 2015'.
New York, Abbeville Press, 1979.
New York, MetroBooks, 2002 [first thus].
Adelaide, Department for Environment and Heritage, 2003.
Adelaide, South Australian Museum Board and the Botanic Gardens Board, 1981. Number 345 of 750 numbered copies.
Carlton, Melbourne University Press, 1977/ 1973. Loosely inserted is the eight-page supplement to the work by the author (dated October 1977).
Melbourne, Ramsay Publishing, 1925 (first edition).
Mount Gambier, High Thunder, [circa 1991].
Hobart, John Vail, Government Printer, 1912. 'Read before the Royal Society of Tasmania ... October 14, 1912'.
London, Country Life Books, 1979.
Wellington, Reed, 1966 (first edition). "The first complete and definitive study of the most magnificent of the wild creatures introduced to New Zealand" (in 1905; by 1923 they were so well established that the first shooting licences were issued).
Sydney, Historic Houses Trust of New South Wales/ Hordern House, 1999. A sumptuous catalogue from an exhibition (at the Museum of Sydney, on the site of the first Government House) of manuscripts, drawings and watercolours from the rich Lesueur collection of the Museum d'Histoire Naturelle du Havre, France.
Wellington, Reed, 1976/ 1972 (revised second edition)/ 1963.
Wellington, Reed, 1982 (revised third edition)/ 1963.
Crows Nest, Allen & Unwin, 2007.
New York, Putnam, 1925 (fourth impression)/ 1925. With a contemporary presentation inscription on an early blank: 'Hedley R. Marston / With regards & best wishes / from T. Brailsford Robertson 1926'. To Dr Hedley Ralph Marston FRS from his mentor Professor Robertson - both men were eminent Australian biochemists in their time.
Townsville, Australian Institute of Marine Science, 1998. Edited by Charlie Veron, who has inscribed the title page along with Russell Reichelt, who contributed Chapter 18.