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The Vegetation of New Zealand

Chapter III. — Bibliography

Chapter III.

No space is available for anything approaching a full list of the literature pertaining to New Zealand botany. Papers only describing new species, or such as are purely morphological or phylogenetic as a rule are not cited and many of quite minor importance are omitted. It follows then that the list does not nearly reflect in full the botanical activity of certain workers, especially Kirk, Colenso, Petrie, Cheesemann, Buchanan, G. H. Cunningham and R. Brown. On the other hand, a few works dealing with floral relationships with other lands are cited, as also others purely geological or geographical on which, it may be, statements in the book are based. Citations in the body of the work with author's name and date refer to this bibliography. T. N. Z. I. means Transactions and Proceedings of the New Zealand Institute.

Adams, J.1884. On the Botany of the Thames Goldflelds. T. N. Z. I. XVI: 385.

Adams, J.1885. On the Botany of Te Aroha Mountain. Ibid. XVII: 275.

Adams, J.1889. On the Botany of Te Moehau Mountain, Cape Colville. Ibid. XXI: 32.

Adams, J.1898. On the Botany of Hikurangi Mountain. Ibid. XXX: 414.

Adamson, R. S.1912. On the Comparative Anatomy of the Leaves of certain Species of Veronica. Journ. Linn. Soc. XL: 247.

Allan, H. H.1923. The Forest Remnants in the Neighbourhood of Feilding. Rep. Aus. Assoc. Adv. Sci. XVI: 402.

Allan, H. H.1924a. Spartina-grass, and its Introduction into New Zealand. N. Z. Journ. Sc. & Technol. VII: 253.

Allan, H. H.1924b. On the Hybridity of Coprosma Cunninghamii Hook. f. Ibid. VII: 310.

Allan, H. H.1925. Illustrations of Wild Hybrids in the New Zealand Flora.Genetica. VII: 287.

Allan, H. H.1926a. A Remarkable New Zealand Scrub Association. Ecology. VII: 72.

Allan, H. H.1926b. The F 1 Progeny Resulting from Crossing Coprosma propinqua ♀ with C robusta ♂.Genetica. VIII: 155.

Allan, H. H.1926c. Illustrations of Wild Hybrids in the New Zealand Flora. Ibid. VIII: 369.

Allan, H. H.1926d. The surface Roots of an Individual Matai. N. Z. Journ. Sc. & Tech. VIII: 233.

Allan, H. H.1926e. Epharmonic Response in certain New Zealand Species, and its Bearing on Taxonomic Questions. Journ. Ecol. XIV: 72.

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Allan, H. H.1926f. Vegetation of Mount Peel, Canterbury, N. Z. Part I. — The Forests and Shrublands. T. N. Z. I. LVI: 37.

Allan, H. H.1926g. As above. Part. II. — The Grasslands and Other Herbaceous Communities. Ibid. LVn: 73.

Allan, H. H.1926h. Illustrations of Wild Hybrids in the New Zealand Flora. III. Genetica. VIII: 525.

Allan, H. H.1927. An Artificial Rubus Hybrid. T. N. Z. I. LVIII: 51.

Allan, H. H. and Dalrymple, K. W. 1926. Ferns and Flowering-plants of Mayor Island. Ibid. LVI: 34.

Allan, H. H., G. Simpson and J. S. Thomson. 1926. A Wild Community in New Zealand. Genetica. VIII: 375.

Arber, E. A. N.1917. Earlier Mesozoic Floras of New Zealand. Pal. Bull. No. 6. N. Z. Geol. Surv.

Alboff, N.1902. Essai de Flore Raisonnée de la Terre de Feu. Ann. Mus. d. l. Plata.

Armstrong, J. B.1880. A short Sketch of the Flora of Canterbury, with Catalogue of Species. T. N. Z. I. XII: 324.

Armstrong, J. B.1881. A Synopsis of the New Zealand Species of Veronica, Linn., with Notes on new Species. Ibid. XIII: 344.

Armstrong, J. F.1870. On the Vegetation of the Neighbourhood of Christchurch including Riccarton, Dry Bush &c. T. N. Z. I. II. 118.

Armstrong, J. F.1872a. On the Naturalized Plants of the Province of Canterbury. Ibid. IV: 284.

Aston, B. C.1910 a. Botanical Notes made on a Journey across the Tararuas. Ibid. XLII: 13.

Aston, B. C.1911. List of Phanerogamic Plants Indigenous in the Wellington Province. Ibid. XLIII: 225.

Aston, B. C.1912. Some Effects of Imported Animals on the Indigenous Vegetation. Ibid. XLIV: 19 (Proc).

Aston, B. C.1914. Notes on the Phanerogamic Flora of the Ruahine Mountain-chain, with a List of the Plants observed thereon. Ibid. XLVI: 40.

Aston, B. C.1916. The Vegetation of the Tarawera Mountains, New Zealand. Ibid. XLVIII: 304.

Bean, W. J.1909. Effects of the Winter on Trees and Shrubs at Kew. Kew. Bull.: 232.

Benham, W. B.1902. Earthworms and Palaeogeography. Rep. Aust. Assoc. Adv. Sc. IX: 335.

Benham, W. B.1909. Report on Oligochaeta of the Subantarctic Islands of New Zealand.The Subantarctic Islands of New Zealand I: 251.

Bidwill, E.1841. Rambles in New Zealand.London.

Bird, J. W.1916. Observations on the Lianes of the ancient Forest of the Canterbury Plains of New Zealand. T. N. Z. I.: 315.

Bitter, G.1911. Die Gattung Acaena. Vorstudien zu einer Monographie. Stuttgart.

Blanchard, E.1882. Proofs of the Subsidence of a Southern Continent during Recent Geological Epochs. N. Z. Journ. Sc. I: 251.

Brown, R.1894. Notes on New Zealand Mosses: Genus Pottia. T. N. Z. I. XXVI: 288.

Brown, R.1895. Notes on New Zealand Mosses. Genus Orthotrichum. Ibid. XXVII: 422.

Brown, R.1903. On the Musci of the Calcareous Districts of New Zealand, with Descriptions of New Spezies. Ibid XXXV: 323.

Brown, R. N. R.1906. Antarctic Botany: Its Present State and Future Problems. Scot. Geog. Mag. Sept.

Brown, R. N. R.1912. The Problems of Antarctic Plant Life. Rep. Scient. Results Scot. Nat. Antarc. Exp. Ill: 3.

Buchanan, J.1865. Sketch of the Botany of Otago. Essay, Dunedin Exhibition of 1865. Reprinted 1869 in T. N. Z. I. I.

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Buchanan, J.1867. Botanical Notes on the Kaikoura Mountains and Mount Egtnont. Rep. Geol. Surv. N. Z. Nr. 4.

Buchanan, J.1869a. Notes on the Botany of Mount Egmont and neighbourhood, New Zealand. Journ. Linn. Soc. Bot. X: 57.

Buchanan, J.1869b. Notes on the Botany of the Province of Marlborough, made during a visit there in the months of November, December and January 1866—67. Ibid. X: 63.

Buchanan, J.1873. List of Plants found on Miramar Peninsula, Wellington Harbour. T. N. Z. I. V: 349.

Buchanan, J.1874. Notes on the Flora of the Province of Wellington, with a List of the plants collected therein. Ibid. VI: 210.

Buchanan, J.1875. On the Flowering Plants and Ferns of the Chatham Islands. Ibid. VII: 333.

Buchanan, J.1877a. On the Botany of Kawau Island. Also Critical Notes on certain Species doubtfully indigenous to Kawau by T. Kirk. Ibid. IX: 503.

Buchanan, J.1879–80. The Indigenous Grasses of New Zealand.Wellington.

Buchanan, J.1882b. On the Alpine Flora of New Zealand. T. N. Z. I. XIV: 342.

Buchanan, J.1884. Campbell Island and its Flora. Ibid. XVI: 398.

Buchanan, J. and Kirk, T. 1870. List of Plants found in the Northern District of the Province of Auckland. Ibid. II: 239. (Introductory remarks by Buchanan alone.)

Campbell, D. H.1923. Australasian Botanical Notes III.New Zealand. Amer. Journ. Bot. X.: 515.

Campbell-Walker, J.1877. Report of the Conservator of State Forests. Journ. House of Repr. C. 3.

Carse, H.1902a. On the Occurence of Panax arboreum as an Epiphyte on the Stems of Tree Ferns in the Mauku District. T. N. Z. I. XXXIV: 359.

Carse, H.1902b. On the Flora of the Mauku District. Ibid. XXXIV: 362.

Carse, H.1911. On the Flora of the Mangonui County. Ibid. XLIII: 194.

Carse, H.1915. The Ferns and Fern Allies of Mangonui County, with some Notes on Abnormal Forms. Ibid. XLVII: 76.

Carse, H.1926a. Botanical Notes, Including Descriptions of New Species. Ibid. LVI: 80.

Carse, H.1926b. Botanical Notes, with Descriptions of New Species. Ibid. LVII: 89.

Chapman, F.1891. The Outlying Islands south of New Zealand. T. N. Z. I. XXIII: 491

Cheeseman, T. F.1872. On the Botany of the Titirangi District of the Province of Auckland. Ibid. IV: 270.

Cheeseman, T. F.1873. On the Fertilization of the New Zealand Species of Pterostylis. Ibid. V: 352.

Cheeseman, T. F.1875. On the Fertilization of Acianthus an Cyrtostilis. Ibid. VII: 349.

Cheeseman, T. F.1877. On the Fertilization of Selliera. Ibid. IX: 542.

Cheeseman, T. F.1878. Notes on the Fertilization of Glossostigma. Ibid. X: 352.

Cheeseman, T. F.1880a. On the Botany of Pirongia Mountain. Ibid. XII: 317.

Cheeseman, T. F.1881. On the Fertilization of Thelymitra. Ibid. XIII: 291.

Cheeseman, T. F.1882. Contributions to a Flora of the Nelson Provincial District. Ibid. XIV: 301.

Cheeseman, T. F.1883. The Naturalized Plants of the Auckland Provincial District. Ibid. XV: 268.

Cheeseman, T. F.1888a. Notes on the Three Kings Islands. Ibid. XX: 141.

Cheeseman, T. F.1888b. On the Flora of the Kermadec Islands. Ibid. XX: 151.

Cheeseman, T. F.1891. Further Notes on the Three Kings Islands. Ibid. XXIII: 468.

Cheeseman, T. F.1897a. On the Flora of the North Cape District. Ibid. XXIX: 333.

Cheeseman, T. F.1897b. Notice of the Establishment of Vallisneria spiralis in Lake Takapuna, together with some Remarks on its Life-history. Ibid. XXIX: 386.

Cheeseman, T. F.1899. On the Occurrence of Ottelia in New Zealand. Ibid. XXXI: 350.

Cheeseman, T. F. 1906 Manual of the New Zealand Flora.

Cheeseman, T. F.1909. On the Systematic Botany of the Islands to the South of New Zealand. The Subantarctic Islands of New Zealand II. 389.

Cheeseman, T. F.1914. The Age and Growth of the Kauri (Agathis australis). T. N. Z. I. XLVI: 9.

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Cheeseman, T. F.1919. The Vascular Flora of Macquarie Island. Austral. Antarc. Exped. Scien. Reps. Ser. C. VII: 5.

Cheeseman, T. F.1922a. Rangitoto Island and its Vegetation. N. Z. Nature Notes: 20.

Cheeseman, T. F.1922b. The Forest of the Waitakerei Range. Ibid.: 22.

Cheeseman, T. F.1922c. The Kauri Forest. Ibid.: 22.

Cheeseman, T. F.1925. Manual of the New Zealand Flora, ed. 2.Wellington, N. Z.

Cheeseman, T. F. with the assistance of Hemsley, W. B.1914. Illustrations of the New Zealand Flora. Wellington, N. Z.

Chilton, C.1909. The Biological Relations of the Subantarctie Islands of New Zealand. Subantarctic Islands of New Zealand. II: 793.

Chilton, C.1915. Notes from the Canterbury College Biological Station: No. 1 — Introduction and General Description of the Station. T. N. Z. I. XLVII: 331.

Christensen, C. E.1923. On the Behaviour of certain New Zealand Arboreal Plants when gradually buried by River-shingle. Ibid. LIV: 546.

Citerne, P.1897. Du genre Acaena. Rev. d. Sc. nat. d. l'Ouest.

Cockayne, A. H.1910. The Natural Pastures of New Zealand.1. The Effect of Burning on Tussock Country. N. Z. Journ. Agric. I: 7.

Cockayne, A. H.1911. The spiked blue grass of Australia. Ibid. III: 1.

Cockayne, A. H.1914. The Surface-sown Crass Lands of New Zealand. Ibid. VII: 465.

Cockayne, A. H.1916a. Conversion of Fern-land into Grass. Ibid. XII: 421.

Cockayne, A. H.1916b. Notes from the Canterbury College mountain Biological Station: No. 3 — Some Economic Considerations concerning Montane Tussock Grassland. T. N. Z. I. XL VIII: 154.

Cockayne, A. H.1918a. The Grass-lands of New Zealand. N. Z, Journ. Agric. XVI: 125, 210, 258 and XVII: 35, 140.

Cockayne, A. H.1918b. Some Grassland Problems. Ibid. XVII: 321.

Cockayne, A. H.1919. Cocksfoot. Its Establishment and Maintenance in Pastures. Ibid. XVIII: 257.

Cockayne, L.1898. On the Freezing of New Zealand Alpine Plants. Notes of an Experiment conducted in the Freezing-Chamber, Lyttelton. T. N. Z. I. XXX: 435.

Cockayne, L.1899a. An Inquiry into the Seedling Forms of New Zealand Phanerogams and their Development.Part I: Introduction. Ibid. XXXI: 354. — 1899b. Part II: Description of Seedlings and Notes thereon; l. c. XXXI: 361. — 1900 a. Part III: l. c. XXXII: 83. — 1901. Part IV; l. c. XXXIII: 265.

Cockayne, L.1899c. On the Burning and Reproduction of Subalpine Scrub and its Associated Plants; with special reference to Arthurs Pass District. Ibid. XXI: 398.

Cockayne, L.1900b. A Sketch of the Plant Geography of the Waimakariri River Basin, considered chiefly from an Oecological Point of View. Ibid. XXXII: 95.

Cockayne, L.1902. A Short Account of the Plant-covering of Chatham Island. T. N. Z. I. XXXIV: 243.

Cockayne, L.1904. A Botanical Excursion during Midwinter to the Southern Islands of New Zealand. Ibid. XXXVI: 225.

Cockayne, L.1905a. Notes on the Vegetation of the Open Bay Islands. Ibid.: 368.

Cockayne, L.1905b. On the Significance of Spines in Discaria Toumatou, Raoul. Rhamnaceae. New Phytol. IV; 79.

Cockayne, L.1906a. On a Specific Case-of Leaf-variation in Coprosma Baueri, Endl. (Rubiaceae). T. N. Z. I. XXXVIII: 341.

Cockayne, L.1906b. On the Supposed Mount Bonpland Habitat of Celmisia Lindsayi, Hook. f. Ibid. XXXVIII: 345.

Cockayne, L.1906c. Notes on a Brief Botanical Visit to the Poor Knights Islands. Ibid. XXXVIII: 351.

Cockayne, L.1906d. Notes on the Subalpine Scrub of Mount Fyffe (Seaward Kaikouras). Ibid. XXXVIII: 361.

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Cockayne, L.1907a. Some Observations on the Coastal Vegetation of the South Island of New Zealand. Part I: General Remarks on the Coastal Plant Covering. Ibid XXXIX: 313.

— 1907 b. Note on the Behaviour in Cultivation of a Chatham Island Form of Coprosma propinqua, A. Cunn. Ibid. XXXIX: 378.

Cockayne, L.1907c. On the Sudden Appearance of a New Character in an Individual of Lepto-spermum scoparium. New Phytol. VI: 43.

Cockayne, L.1907 d. Report on a Botanical Survey of Kapiti Island. Wellington.

Cockayne, L.1908 a. A Preliminary Note on Heterophylly in Parsonsia. Rep. Aus. Assoc. Adv. Sc. XI: 486.

Cockayne, L.1908 b. Report on a Botanical Survey of the Waipoua Kauri Forest. Wellington.

Cockayne, L.1908 c. Report on a Botanical Survey of the Tongario National Park. Wellington.

Cockayne, L.1909 a. On a Collection of Plants from the Solanders. T. N. Z. I. XLI: 404.

Cockayne, L.1909 b. Report on the Sand Dunes of New Zealand. Wellington.

Cockayne, L.1909 c. Report on a Botanical Survey of Stewart Island. Wellington.

Cockayne, L.1909 d. The Necessity for Forest-Conservation. Forestry in New Zealand, Dept. of Lands: 85. Wellington.

Cockayne, L.1909 e. The Ecological Botany of the Subantarctic Islands of New Zealand. The Sub-antarctic Islands of New Zealand. I: 182.

Cockayne, L.1910 a. List of the Lichenes and Bryophytes collected in Stewart Island during the Botanical Survey of 1908. T. N. Z, I. XLI: 320.

Cockayne, L.1910 b. On a Non-flowering New Zealand Species of Rubus. Ibid. XLI: 325.

Cockayne, L.1910 c. New Zealand Plants and their Story. Wellington.

Cockayne, L.1911 a. Report on the Dune-Areas of New Zealand, their Geology, Botany and Reclamation. Wellington.

Cockayne, L.1911b. On the Peopling by Plants of the Subalpine River-bed of the Rakaia (Southern Alps of New Zealand). Trans. and Proc. Bot. Soc. Ed. XXIX: 104.

Cockayne, L.1912 a. Observations concerning Evolution derived from Ecological Studies in New Zealand. T. N. Z. I. XLIV: 1.

Cockayne, L.1912 b. Some Examples of Precocious Blooming in Heteroblastic Species of New Zealand Plants. Aus. Assoc. for Adv. Sc. XIII: 217.

Cockayne, L.1912 c. Some Noteworthy New Zealand Ferns. Plant World. XV: 49.

Cockayne, L.1916. Notes on New Zealand Floristic Botany, including Descriptions of New Species &e. T. N. Z. I. XLVIII: 193.

Cockayne, L.1917 a. A Consideration of the Terms "Species" and "Variety", with Special Reference to the Flora of New Zealand. Ibid. XLIX: 66.

Cockayne, L.1917 b. Notes on New Zealand Floristic Botany, including Descriptions of New Species &c. (No. 2). Ibid. XLIX: 56.

Cockayne, L.1918 a. The Importance of Plant Ecology with Regard to Agriculture. N. Z. Journ. Sc. & Tech. I: 70.

Cockayne, L.1918 b. Notes on New Zealand Floristic Botany, including Descriptions of New Species &c. (No, 3). T. N. Z. I. L: 161.

Cockayne, L.1919 a. An Economic Investigation of the Montane Tussock-Grassland of New Zealand. No. 1. Introduction. N. Z. Journ. Ag. XVIII: 1. — 1919 b. No. 2. Relative Palatability for sheep of the various Pasture Plants. Ibid. XVIII: 321.

Cockayne, L.1919 c. On the Seedling Form of the Coral-shrub (Helichrysum coralloides [Hook, f] Benth & Hook, f.) Journ. Sc. & Tech. II: 274.

Cockayne, L.1919 d. New Zealand Plants and Their story, ed. 2. Wellington.

Cockayne, L.1919 e. An Economic Investigation of the Montane Tussock-Grassland of New Zealand. No. 3.

Cockayne, L.1919f. Increase of the Californian Thistle (Cnicus arvensis) on the Dunstan Range, Central Otago. No. 4. Ibid. XIX: 343. — 1920 a. No. 5. Regeneration of Grassland page 31after Depletion. Ibid. XX: 82. — 1920 b. No. 6. Further Details Regarding the Relative Palatability for sheep of various Pasture-Plants. Ibid. XX: 209. — 1920 c. No. 7. On the Effect of Understocking and Stocking to its full Capacity on a certain Area. Ibid. XX: 337. — 1920 d. No. 8. An Experiment in Central Otago concerning the Relative Palatability for Sheep of various Pasture-Plants. Ibid. XXI: 176. — 1920 e. No. 9. Further Details regarding the Earns-cleugh Palatability Experiment. XXI: 324. — 1921 a. No. 10. The Effect of Spelling a Heavily-grazed Pasture in Central Otago. XXII: 148.

Cockayne, L.1921b. The Southern-Beech (Nothofagus) Forests of New Zealand. Ibid. XXIII: 353.

Cockayne, L.1921 c. Die Vegetation der Erde XIV. The Vegetation of New Zealand. Leipzig and New York.

Cockayne, L.1921 d. The Distribution of the Vegetation and Flora of New Zealand. The Cawthron Lecture (1919). Nelson.

Cockayne, L.1921 e. An Economic Investigation of the Montane Tussock-Grassland of New Zealand. No. 11. The Grassland of the Humboldt Mountains established since the Burning of their Forest Covering. N. Z. Journ. Agric. XXIII: 137.

Cockayne, L.1922 a. As above. No. 12. The Regrassing Experiments in Central Otago. Part I. An Account of the Depleted Area in Relation to the Experiments. N. Journ. Agric. XXIV: 321;

Part II. Objects, Principles and Methods. Ibid. XXV: 1; Part III. Results up to May, 1922. Ibid. XXV: 129.

Cockayne, L.1922 b. Note concerning a spineless wild-irishman (Discaria toumatou). N. Z. Journ. Sc. and Tech. V: 206.

Cockayne, L.1922 c. The Wild Indigenous Plants of the City of Wellington. N. Z. Nature Notes: 11.

Cockayne, L.1922 d. The Plant-life of the Hot Lakes District. Ibid.: 30.

Cockayne, L.1922 e. The Plant-life of the Tongariro National Park and its Environs. Ibid.: 35.

Cockayne, L.1922 f. The Vegetation of a Portion of the "Mineral Belt". Ibid.: 39.

Cockayne, L.1922 g. The Plant-life in the Vicinity of Mount Cook. Ibid.: 48.

Cockayne, L.1922 h. The Vegetation near the Franz Josef Glacier. Ibid.: 52.

Cockayne, L.1923. Hybridism in the New Zealand Flora.New Phytol. XXII: 105.

Cockayne, L.1924 a. The Cultivation of New Zealand Plants. Wellington, N. Z.

Cockayne, L.1924 b. New Zealand Plants for the British Isles. The Garden. LXXXVIII: 615, 632, 646, 660.

Cockayne, L.1925 a. New Zealand Economic Plant Ecology. Rep. Proced. Imp. Bot. Congress: 259.

Cockayne, L.1925 b. On the Occurrence of subalpine Vegetation at a low level in the Fiord Botanical District (New Zealand) and other matters pertaining thereto. Festschrift zum siebzigsten Geburtstage von Karl von Goebel in München: Jena.

Cockayne, L.1925 c. Introduction and List of supposed wild New Zealand Hybrids amongst the Vascular Plants. J. P. Lotsy's Evolution Considered in the Light of Hybridization. Christchurch.

Cockayne, L.1926 a. Monograph on the New Zealand Beech Forests. Part I, The Ecology of the Forests and the Taxonomy of the Beeches. Bull. No. 4, N. Z. State Forest Service.

Cockayne, L.1926 b. Notes on Ecological Field Work in New Zealand. Aims and Methods in the Study of Vegetation: 274.

Cockayne, L.1926 c. Ecological-economic investigation of the New Zealand Nothofagus forests. Ibid.: 330.

Cockayne, L.1926 d. Tussock-grassland investigations in New Zealand. Ibid.: 349.

Cockayne, L.1926 e. An ecological-economic investigation of the New Zealand sand-dunes. Ibid.: 362.

Cockayne, L.1927 a. Monograph on the New Zealand Beech Forests. Part II, The Forests from the Practical and Economic Standpoints. Bull. No. 4. N. Z. State Forest Service.

Cockayne, L.1927 b. New Zealand Plants and Their story, ed. 3. Wellington, N. Z.

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Cockayne, L., and Allan, H. H.1926 a. A Proposed New Botanical District for the New Zealand Region. T. N. Z. I. LYI: 19.

Cockayne, L., and Allan, H. H.1926 b. Notes on New Zealand Floristic Botany (No. 4). Ibid. LVI: 21.

Cockayne, L., and Allan, H. H.1926 c. The Present Taxonomic status of the New Zealand Species of Hebe. Ibid. LVII: 11.

Cockayne, L., and Allan, H. H.1926 d. Notes on New Zealand Floristic Botany, including Descriptions of New Species (No. 5). Ibid. LVII: 48.

Cockayne, L., and Allan, H. H.1926 e. The Naming of Wild Hybrid Swarms. Nature. CXVIII: 623.

Cockayne, L., and Allan, H. H.1927. The Bearing of Ecological Studies in New Zealand on Botanical Taxonomic Conceptions and. Procedure. Journ. Ecol. XV: 234.

Cockayne, L., and Atkinson, E. H.1926. On the New Zealand wild Hybrids of Nothofagus.Genetica. VIII: 1.

Cockayne, L., and Foweraker, C. E.1916. Notes from the Canterbury College Mountain Biological Station: No. 4 — The Principal Plant Associations in the Immediate Vicinity of the Station. T. N. Z. I. XLVIII: 166.

Cockayne, L., and Mackenzie, J. G.1927. The Otari Open-air Native-plant Museum. N. Z, Journ. Agric.

Colenso, W.1865. On the Botany of the North Island of New Zealand. Essay for New Zealand Exhibition, Dunedin. Also 1869. T. N. Z. I. I.

Colenso, W.1881. The Ferns of Scinde Island (Napier). Ibid. XIII: 370.

Colenso, W.1883. On the large number of Species of Ferns noticed in a small Area in the New Zealand Forests, in the Seventy-mile Bush, between Norsewood and Dannevirke, in the Provincial District of Hawkes Bay. Ibid. XV: 311.

Colenso, W.1884. In Memoriam. An Account of Visits to and crossing over the Ruahine Range, Hawkes Bay, New Zealand, and of the Natural History of that Region.Napier.

Colenso, W.1886. On Clianthus puniceus, Sol. Ibid. XVIII: 291.

Colenso, W.1887. A few Observations on the Tree-ferns of New Zealand; with particular Reference to their peculiar Epiphytes, their Habit, and their Manner of Growth. Ibid. XIX: 252.

Colenso, W.1895. Notes and Reminiscences of Early Crossings of the romantically-situated Lake Waikaremoana, Country of Hawkes-Bay, of its Neighbouring Country, and of its peculiar Botany; performed in the Years 1841 and 1843. Ibid. XXVII: 383.

Cooke, F. W.1912. Observations on Salicornia australis. T. N. Z. I. XLIV: 349.

Cotton, C. A.1922. Geomorphology of New Zealand.Wellington. N. Z.

Crosby-smith, J.1911. Notes on the Botany of the Lake Hauroko District. T. N. Z. I. XLIII: 248.

Crosby-smith, J.1914. List of Phanerogamic Plants Indigenous in the Southland District. Ibid. XLVI: 220.

Crosby-smith, J.1927. The Vegetation of the Awarua Plain. Ibid. LVIII: 55.

Cross, B. D.1910. Observations on some New Zealand Halophytes. T. N. Z. I. XLII: 545.

Cross, B. D.1915. Investigations on Phormium. Ibid. XLVII: 61.

Cunningham, A.1837/1840. Florae Insularum Novae Zelandiae Praecursor; or a Specimen of the Botany of the Islands of New Zealand. Companion to the Bot. Mag. II: 223, 327 and 358 and Ann. and Mag. Nat. Hist. I: 210, 376, 455. II: 44, 125, 205, 356. — III: 29, 111, 244, 314 and IV: 22, 106, 256.

Cunningham, G. H.1921. The Genus Cordyceps in New Zealand. T. N. Z. I. LIII: 372.

Cunningham, G. H.1922 a. Clathrus cibarius, the "Bird-cage" Fungus. N. Z. Jour. Sci et Technology. V: 247.

Cunningham, G. H.1922 b. A Singular Cordyceps from Stephen Island. Trans. Brit. Myc. Soc. VIII: 72.

Cunningham, G. H.1923 a. Sphaerobolus stellatus, a Fungus with a Remarkable Method of Spore Dissemination. N. Z. Jour Sci. et Tech. VI-16.

Cunningham, G. H.1923 b. The Uredinales, or Rust Fungi, of New Zealand, Part I: Pucciniaceae, Tribe Puccinieae. T. N. Z. I. LIV-619.

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Cunningham, G. H.1923 c. Aseroe rubra, an Interesting New Zealand Phalloid. N, Z. Jour. Sci. et Tech. VI: 154.

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Holloway, J. E.1916. Studies in the New Zealand Species of the Genus Lycopodium: Part I. Ibid. XLVIII: 253.

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Kirk, T.1869 a. Notes on Plants observed during a visit to the North of Auckland. Ibid. I: 140.

Kirk, T.1869 b. On the Botany of the Great Barrier Island. Ibid. I: 144.

Kirk, T.1870. On the Botany of the Thames Gold-fields. Ibid. II: 89.

Kirk, T.1871 a. Notes on the Botany of Certain Places in the Waikato District, April and May 1870. Ibid. III: 142.

Kirk, T.1871b. On the Occurrence of litoral Plants in the Waikato District. Ibid. III: 147.

Kirk, T.1871 c. The Flora of the Isthmus of Auckland and the Takapuna District. Ibid. III: 148.

Kirk, T.1871 d. On the Botany of the Northern Part of the Province of Auckland. Ibid. III: 166.

Kirk, T.1872 a. On the Flora of the Isthmus of Auckland and the Takapuna District, Part II. Ibid. IV: 228.

Kirk, T.1872 b. A Comparison of the Indigenous Floras of the British Islands and New Zealand. Ibid. IV: 247.

Kirk, T.1872 c. Notes on the local Distribution of Certain Plants common to the British Islands and New Zealand. Ibid. IV: 256.

Kirk, T.1872 d. On the Habit of the Rata (Metrosideros robusta). Ibid. IV: 267.

Kirk, T.1873 a. On the Naturalized Plants of the Chatham Islands. Ibid. V: 320.

Kirk, T.1873 b. Notes on the Flora of the Lake District of the North Island. Ibid. V: 322. Also in N. Z. Gaz. No. 43 (Sept. 4th).

Kirk, T.1873 c. On the Botany and Conchology of Great Omaha. T. N. Z. I. V: 363.

Kirk, T.1876. On a Remarkable Instance of Double Parasitism in Loranthaceae. Ibid. VIII: 329.

Kirk, T.1878 a. On the Naturalized Plants of Port Nicholson and the adjacent District. Ibid. X: 362.

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Kirk, T.1879 a. Notes on the Botany of Waiheke, Rangitoto, and other Islands in the Hauraki Gulf. Ibid. XI: 444.

Kirk, T.1879 b. On the Relationship between the Floras of New Zealand and Australia. Ibid XI: 540.

Kirk, T.1885 a. On the Flowering Plants of Stewart Island. Ibid. XVII: 213.

Kirk, T.1885 b. On the Ferns and Fern Allies of Stewart Island. Ibid. XVII: 228.

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Kirk, T.1891 c. On the Botany of the Antarctic Islands. Rep. Aus. Assoc. Adv. Sc. III: 213.

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Kirk, T.1896 b. The Displacement of Species in New Zealand. Ibid. XXVIII: 1.

Kirk, T.1897 a. Notes on the Botany of the East Cape District. Ibid. XXIX: 509.

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Laing, R. M.1909 b. The Marine Algae of the Subantarctic Islands of New Zealand. Ibid.: 493.

Laing, R. M.1912. Some Notes on the Botany of the Spenser Mountains, with a List of Species collected. Ibid. XLIV: 60.

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Oliver, W.1921. Notes on Specimens of New Zealand Ferns and Flowering-plants in London Herbaria. Ibid. LIII: 362.

Oliver, W.1922. Littoral Plant and Animal Communities of Cook Strait. N. Z. Nature Notes: 12.

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Petrie, D.1883. Some Effects of the Rabbit Pest. Ibid. I: 413.

Petrie, D.1885. The rapid Increase of Erechtites prenanthoides D. C. — N. Z. Journ. Sc. II: 454.

Petrie, D.1896. List of the Flowering Plants Indigenous to Otago, with Indications of their Distribution and Range in Altitude. T. N. Z. I. XXVIII: 540.

Petrie, D.1903. On the Pollination of Rhabdothamnus Solandri, A. Cunn. Ibid. XXXV: 321.

Petrie, D.1905. On the Pollination of the Puriri Vitex lucens, T. Kirk. Ibid. XXXVII: 409.

Petrie, D.1908 b. Account of a Visit to Mount Hector, a High Peak of the Tararuas, with List of Flowering-plants. Ibid. XL: 289.

Petrie, D.1910 c. On the Naturalisation of Calluna vulgaris, Salisb, in the Taupo District. Ibid. XLII: 199.

Petrie, D.1912. Report on the Grass-denuded Lands of Central Otago. N. Z. Dept. Agric. Bull. No. 23 (n. s.): 1.

Pigott, E. M.1915. Notes on Nothopanax arboreum, with some Reference to the Development of the Gametophyte. T. N. Z. I. XLVII: 599.

Poppelwell, D. L.1912. Notes on the Plant Covering of Codfish Island and the Rugged Islands. T. N. Z. I. XLIV: 76.

Poppelwell, D. L.1913 a. Notes on the Botany of the Ruggedy Mountains and the Upper Freshwater Valley, Stewart Island. Ibid. XLV: 278.

Poppelwell, D. L.1913 b. Notes on a Botanical Excursion to the northern Portion of the Eyre Moun tains. Ibid. XLV: 288.

Poppelwell, D. L.1914. Notes on the Botany of the Routeburn Valley and Lake Harris Saddle. Ibid. XLVI: 22.

Poppelwell, D. L.1915 a. Notes on the Plant Covering of the Garvie Mountains, with a List of Species. Ibid. XLVII: 120.

Poppelwell, D. L.1915 b. Notes of a Botanical Visit to Herekopere Island, Stewart Island. Ibid. XLVII: 142.

Poppelwell, D. L.1916 a. Notes on the Plant-covering of the Breaksea Islands, Stewart Island. Ibid. XLVIII: 246.

Poppelwell, D. L.1916 b. Notes on the Plant-covering of Pukeokaoka, Stewart Island. Ibid. XLVIII: 244.

Poppelwell, D. L.1917 a. Botanical Results of an Excursion to the Upper Makarora Valley and the Haast Pass, supported by a List of the Species observed. Ibid. XLIX: 161.

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Willis, J. C.1917. The Distribution of the Plants of the Outlying Islands of New Zealand. Ibid. XXXI: 327.

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Willis, J. C.1919a. The Flora of Stewart Island (New Zealand): A Study in Taxonomic Distribution. Ibid. XXXIII: 23.

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