Literature

AuthorsYearTitlesort descending
R. J. Tillyard1919A fossil insect wing belonging to the new order Paramecoptera, ancestral to the Trichoptera and Lepidoptera from the upper coal-measure of Newcastle (N.S.W.)
R. J. Tillyard1918A fossil insect wing from the roof of the coal Seam in the Sydney Harbour Colliery
R. J. Tillyard1923A monograph of the Psocoptera or Copeognatha of New Zealand
R. J. Tillyard1921A new classification of the order Perlaria
R. J. Tillyard1925A new fossil insect wing from Triassic beds near Deewhy, New South Wales
R. J. Tillyard1921A new genus and species of may-fly (order Plectoptera) from Tasmania, belonging to the family Siphluridae
R. J. Tillyard1928A Permian fossil damselfly wing from the Falkland Island
R. J. Tillyard, Fraser F. C.0A reclassification of the order Odonata based on some new interpretations of the venation of the dragonfly wing Part 1
R. J. Tillyard1936Are termites descended from true cockroaches?
R. J. Tillyard0Australian Megaloptera or alder-flies, with description of new genera and species
R. J. Tillyard1913Description and life-history of a new species of Nannophlebia
R. J. Tillyard1923Descriptions of new species and varieties of lacewings (Order Neuroptera, Planipennia) from New Zealand, belonging to the families Berothidae and Hemerobiidae
R. J. Tillyard1935Evolution of progoneate and opisthogoneate types in the myriapod-hexapod group of terrestrial arthropods
R. J. Tillyard1926Fossil insects in relation to living forms
R. J. Tillyard1911Further notes on some rare Australian Corduliinae, with descriptions of new species
R. J. Tillyard1916Further researches upon the problems of the radial and zygopterid sectors in the wings of Odonata, and upon the formation of bridges
R. J. Tillyard1924Kansas Permian insects. 1. The geologic occurrence and the environment of the insects with description of a new palaeodictyopterid
R. J. Tillyard1928Kansas Permian insects. 10. The new order Protoperlaria: a study of the typical genus Lemmatophora Sellards
R. J. Tillyard1928Kansas Permian insects. 11. Order Protoperlaria, family Lemmatophoridae
R. J. Tillyard1928Kansas Permian insects. 12. The family Delopteridae, with a discussion of its ordinal position
R. J. Tillyard1931Kansas Permian insects. 13. The new order Protelyptera, with a discussion of its relationships
R. J. Tillyard1932Kansas Permian insects. 15. The order Plectoptera
R. J. Tillyard1936Kansas Permian insects. 16. The order Plectoptera: The family Doteridae, with a note on the affinities of the order Protohymenoptera
R. J. Tillyard1937Kansas Permian insects. 17. The order Megasecoptera and additions to the Palaeodictyoptera, Odonata, Protoperlaria, Copeognatha and Neuroptera
R. J. Tillyard1937Kansas Permian insects. 18. The order Embiaria
R. J. Tillyard1937Kansas Permian insects. 19. The order Protoperlaria. The family Probnisidae
R. J. Tillyard1937Kansas Permian insects. 20. The cockroaches of order Blattaria, parts 1 and 2
R. J. Tillyard1924Kansas Permian insects. 3. The new order Protohymenoptera
R. J. Tillyard1925Kansas Permian insects. 4. The order Paleodictyoptera
R. J. Tillyard1925Kansas Permian insects. 5. The orders Protodonata and Odonata
R. J. Tillyard1926Kansas Permian insects. 6. Additions to the orders Protohymenoptera and Odonata
R. J. Tillyard1926Kansas Permian insects. 7. Mecoptera
R. J. Tillyard1926Kansas Permian insects. 8. Copeognatha
R. J. Tillyard1926Kansas Permian insects. 9. Hemiptera
R. J. Tillyard1916Life history and descriptions of Australian Aeschnidae, with a description of a new form of Telephebia by Herbert Campion
R. J. Tillyard, Dunstan B.1916Mesozoic and Tertiary insects of Queensland and New South Wales. Descriptions of the fossil insects and stratigraphical features
R. J. Tillyard1918Mesozoic insects from Queensland. 3. Odonata and Protodonata
R. J. Tillyard, Dunstan B.1923Mesozoic insects of Queensland. 1. Introduction and Coleoptera
R. J. Tillyard1917Mesozoic insects of Queensland. 1. Planipennia, Trichoptera, and the order Protomecoptera
R. J. Tillyard1923Mesozoic insects of Queensland. 10. Summary of the Upper Triassic insect fauna of Ipswich, Queensland (with an appendix describing new Hemiptera and Planipennia)
R. J. Tillyard1919Mesozoic insects of Queensland. 5. Mecoptera, the new order Paratrichoptera and additions to the Planipennia
R. J. Tillyard1919Mesozoic insects of Queensland. 6. Blattoidea
R. J. Tillyard1919Mesozoic insects of Queensland. 7. Hemiptera, Homoptera
R. J. Tillyard1921Mesozoic insects of Queensland. 8. Hemiptera, Homoptera. The genus Mesogereon, with a discussion of its relationship with the Jurassic Paleontinidae
R. J. Tillyard1922Mesozoic insects of Queensland. 9. Orthoptera and addition to the Protorthoptera, Odonata, Hemiptera and Planipennia
R. J. Tillyard1910Monograph of the genus Synthemis
R. J. Tillyard1924New genera and species of Australian stone-flies (Order Perlaria)
R. J. Tillyard1922New researches upon the problem of the wing venation of Odonata
R. J. Tillyard1907On a collection of dragonflies from Central Australia, with descriptions of new species
R. J. Tillyard1921On an anisozygopterous larva from the Himalayas (Order Odonata)

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Scratchpads developed and conceived by (alphabetical): Ed Baker, Katherine Bouton Alice Heaton Dimitris Koureas, Laurence Livermore, Dave Roberts, Simon Rycroft, Ben Scott, Vince Smith