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Campout on Philip Island

, : Campout on Philip Island. Emu Melbourne, 8 207-210

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Clarke, R.H.; Stephenson, B.M., 2002: A record of the common chaffinch Fringilla coelebs on Philip Island Norfolk Island Group, Australia. Australian Bird Watcher. December; 198: 225-229

Campbell, A.J., 1902: Report on Mutton-bird (Puffinus tenuirostris) Rookeries, Philip Island. Emu, II 42-44

Koch L.E., 1984: A new species of cormocephalus centipede chilopoda scolopendridae from philip island in the south pacific. C. coynei sp. nov. is described. It is a very large but seldom collected centipede from Philip Island, a small severely eroded island near Norfolk Island in the South Pacific.

Philip, A.P., 1969: Alexander Philip Wilson Philip, (1770-1851) experimental physiologist. JAMA 209(4): 554-555

Coleman P.J.; Veevers J.J., 1971: Microfossils from Philip Island Indicate a Minimum Age of Lower Miocene for the Norfolk Ridge, South-west Pacific. Larger foraminifera.

Nicholls, B., 1918: An introduction to the study of the Penguins on the Nobbies, Philip Island, Western Port, Victoria With some remarks on the validity of Eudyptila undina the Fairy Penguin. Emu Melbourne, 17 118-144

Langguth, Alfredo., 1997: Philip Hershkovitz the last to be familiar with the diversity of our mammals Philip Hershkovitz o ultimo que conheceu toda nossa diversidade de mamiferos. Neotropical Primates. September; 53: 68-71

Suitor Jr.; E.C., 1964: Propagation of Rickettsieua popilliae (Dutky and Gooden) Philip and Rickettsieua melolonthae (Krieg) Philip in cell cultures. The following is almost entirely the author's summary. Cultivation in vitro of two rickettsia-like micro-organisms, Rickettsiella popilliae, from Popillia japonica Newm., and R. melolonthae, from Melolontha melolontha (L.), was attempted. Lim...

Wigan, M.L., 1938: The Queensland campout. Emu, 37: 250-257

Pescott, T., 1982: Mt Cole campout: birds. Geelong Naturalist, 193: 75-78