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Phillip R Moore, Michael Trotter and Kyle Davis, The Gray Hills silcrete source, inland South Canterbury
Phillip R Moore and Kyle Davis, A significant silcrete source near Oxford, North Canterbury
Rosanna McCully McEvedy, Marion Seymour and Anthea McCully, Hugh McCully's 'mogie'
Roger Fyfe and Julia Bradshaw, A review of the role of diadromous ikawai (freshwater fish) in the Māori economy and culture in Te Wai Pounamu (South Island), Aotearoa New Zealand
Brian M Fitzgerald and Phil J Sirvid, Theridion pumilio (Theridiidae) and Drapetisca australis (Linyphiidae) are transferred to Diploplecta Millidge, 1988 (Araneae: Linyphiidae, Linyphiinae)
Lyndon Fraser and Julia Bradshaw, Any relic of the dead is precious: Nineteenth-century memorial jewellery at Canterbury Museum
Cor J Vink and Kate M Curtis, A redescription of Philoponella congregabilis, an Australian hackled orb weaver spider (Uloboridae) now found in Christchurch, New Zealand
Records of the Canterbury Museum, Volume 34, 2020
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