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Botanical notices
Author: H. E. Smith
Volume: 13 (1860-1861) Pages: 67-70, View Volume

General remarks on the natural history of the shores of the Mersey
Author: R. A. Tudor. [Summary]
Volume: 8 (1855-1856) Pages: 232-233, View Volume

Geographical statistics of the extra-British European flora
Author: T. Comber
Volume: 27 (1874-1875) Pages: 13-32, tables. View Volume

Icebergs in the southern ocean
Author: J. T. Towson
Volume: 10 (1857-1858) Pages: 239-254, chart, tables. View Volume

Land and fresh-water shells of Great Britain
Author: T. Gibson
Volume: 20 (1867-1868) Pages: 325-344, illus. View Volume

Notabilia of the archaeology and natural history of the Mersey district during three years, 1863-4-5
Author: H. E. Smith
Volume: 18 (1865-1866) Pages: 195-266, illus., diag. View Volume

Notes on insects injurious to fruit and forest trees
Author: C. S. Gregson
Volume: 15 (1862-1863) Pages: 203-222, illus.

Notes on the presence of the bear (ursus) in the British Isles
Author: J. Paterson
Volume: 24 (1871-1872) Pages: 151-160, View Volume

Notes on the yak, or grunting ox, and other ruminating animals from central Asia
Author: T. J. Moore
Volume: 9 (1856-1857) Pages: 43-60, View Volume

On a fungoid disease affecting the pear tree
Author: T. Sansom
Volume: 8 (1855-1856) Pages: 193-198, illus. View Volume

On a supposed new species of prong-horned antelope from North America
Author: T. J. Moore
Volume: 8 (1855-1856) Pages: 238-239, View Volume

On a systematically arranged border for plants
Author: Rev. H. H. Higgins
Volume: 12 (1859-1860) Pages: 75-83, Arranging plants for botanical display. View Volume

On the advantages of the study of natural history, in our national or people's schools
Author: C. S. Gregson
Volume: 8 (1855-1856) Pages: 241-242, View Volume

On the coleoptera of the district around Liverpool
Author: C. S. Gregson
Volume: 13 (1860-1861) Pages: 33-44, [Part 2] 14 (1861-2) pp. 167-70. View Volume

On the diatomaceae of the neighbourhood of Liverpool
Author: T. Comber
Volume: 11 (1858-1859) Pages: 71-82, View Volume

On the dipterous insects of the district around Liverpool
Author: H. H. Higgins
Volume: 10 (1857-1858) Pages: 199-202, View Volume

On the flora of Preston and neighbourhood
Author: C. J. Ashfield
Volume: 10 (1857-1858) Pages: 143-64, (1859-60) pp. 127-34; [Part 3] 14 (1861-2) pp. 75-80; [Part 4]17 (1864-5) pp. 181-6. View Volume

On the habitats of some of our British ferns
Author: N. Waterhouse
Volume: 15 (1862-1863) Pages: 97-114,

On the horns of the Chiru...the so-called Unicorn of Thibet
Author: T. J. Moore
Volume: 8 (1855-1856) Pages: 239-241, View Volume

On the illumination of the diatomaceae, when viewed under the microscope
Author: T. Sansom
Volume: 7 (1854-1855) Pages: 173-177, View Volume

On the lepidopterous insects of the district around Liverpool, with some of the causes of the abundance or scarcity of insects
Author: C. S. Gregson
Volume: 7 (1854-1855) Pages: 237-54, (1855-6) pp. 153-64; 9 (1856-7) pp. 165-80; 10 (1857-8) pp. 113-30. View Volume

On the microscope as applied to natural history
Author: T. Sansom
Volume: 10 (1857-1858) Pages: 255-264, View Volume

On the microscopic fungi of the district around Liverpool
Author: R. G. McLeod
Volume: 18 (1865-1866) Pages: 127-136, View Volume

On the typical quadrumana; with especial reference to St. Hilaire's division into catarrhine and playrrhine groups
Author: C. Collingwood
Volume: 15 (1862-1863) Pages: 141-158, illus. About types of monkey.

On the varieties of the scolopendrium vulgare found in Great Britain and Ireland, with illustrative specimens. [Summary]
Author:
Volume: 17 (1864-1865) Pages: 291-292, View Volume

On the world-distribution of British plants
Author: T. Comber
Volume: 25 (1872-1873) Pages: 237-270, tables. View Volume

Remarks on the chameleon
Author: J. T. Towson
Volume: 24 (1871-1872) Pages: 161-164, illus. View Volume

Remarks on the connection between archaeology and natural history
Author: J. Clarke
Volume: 7 (1854-1855) Pages: 210-235, illus. View Volume

Remarks upon the flora of Liverpool
Author: H. S. Fisher
Volume: 7 (1854-1855) Pages: 165-173, View Volume

The dispersion of British plants
Author: T. Comber
Volume: 26 (1873-1874) Pages: 47-74, tables. View Volume

The etymology of plant names
Author: T. Comber
Volume: 28 (1875-1876) Pages: 15-68, [Part 2] Kitchen-vegetables and salad-plants. 29 (1876-7) pp. 43-80; [Part 3] Trees and shrubs. 30 (1877-8) pp. 43-78. View Volume

The introduced plants of the Liverpool district
Author: H. S. Fisher
Volume: 19 (1866-1867) Pages: 189-194, View Volume