Flinders Ranges, A Trip to the Northern End of the, 152. Harris's Flightless Cormorant (Nan- nopterum harrisi). — The monazite grains are usually well rounded (Plate III, fig. The grains are pale honey-yellow in colour, and have a resinous lustre. MINERAL BEACH SANDS OF SOUTHERN QUEENSLAND, PART II.
Falcunculus frontatus, Notes on the Yellow-bellied Shrike-Tit, 78. The means of 100 zircon intermediate diameters in the seven samples are : — Sample D, 0.115 mm.; E, 0.112 mm.; F, 0.125 mm.; G, 0.105 mm.; H, 0.114 mm.; I, 0.110 mm.; J, 0.100 mm. Thus, the zircon in the six Permian granitic samples is either slightly larger (sample F), or almost exactly the same size (samples D, E, G, H and I) as the beach sand zircon. FOR THE PEOPLE FOR EDVCATION FOR SCIENCE LIBRARY OF THE AMERICAN MUSEUM OF NATURAL HISTORY The Emu iv A -^^^^ A Quarterly Magazine to popularize the Study and Protection of Native Birds. Official Organ of the ROYAL AUSTRALASIAN ORNITHOLOGISTS' UNION.