There are a few papers on Pacific birds, all from The Emu, of which I would
like to get a copy (PDF format). Unfortunately, my university does not provide
the access to this important Australian journal. Any help would be greatly
Olson, SL (1975). The Fossil Rails of C.W. De Vis, being mainly an extinct
form of Tribonyx mortierii from Queensland. Emu, 75 (2), 49-54.
Rich, PV (1975). Changing Continental Arrangements and the Origin of
Australia's Non-Passeriform Continental Avifauna. Emu, 75 (3), 97-112.
Diamond, JM & Marshall, AG (1976). Origin of the New Hebridean avifauna. Emu,
76 (4), 187-200.
Rich, PV & Scarlett, RJ (1977). Another look at Megaegotheles, a large
owlet-nightjar from New Zealand. Emu, 77 (1), 1-8.
Olson, SL (1977). The identity of the fossil ducks described from Australia by
C.W. De Vis. Emu, 77 (3), 127-131.
Olson, SL (1977). Notes on subfossil Anatidae from New Zealand, including a new
species of Pink-eared Duck Malacorhynchus. Emu, 77 (3), 132-135.
Holyoak, DT & Thibault, J (1978). Notes on the phylogeny, distribution and
ecology of frugivorous pigeons in Polynesia. Emu, 78 (4), 201-206
Holyoak, DT (1979). Notes on the birds of Viti Levu and Taveuni, Fiji. Emu,
79 (1), 7-18.
Olson, SL (1980). The Significance of the Distribution of the Megapodiidae.
Emu, 80 (1), 21-24.
Fullagar, PJ, Disney, HJdS & de Naurois, R (1982). Additional specimens of two
rare rails and comments on the genus Tricholimnas of New Caledonia and Lord
Howe Island. Emu, 82 (3), 131-136.
Rinke, D (1986). Notes on the Avifauna of Niuafo'ou Island, Kingdom of Tonga.
Emu, 86 (2), 82-86.
Rinke, D (1987). The Avifauna of 'Eua and Its Off-shore Islet Kalau, Kingdom
of Tonga. Emu, 87 (1), 26-34.
Boon, WM, Daugherty, CH & Chambers, GK (2001). The Norfolk Island green parrot
and New Caledonian red-crowned parakeet are distinct species. Emu, 101 (2),
Worthy, TH (1995). Description of Some Post-Cranial Bones of Malacorhynchus
scarletti, a Large Extinct Pink-eared Duck From New Zealand. Emu, 95 (1),
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