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This is a list of references that deal with Rhaphidophoridae and Anostostomatidae from New Zealand and around the world. The best resource for historical literature (1775-1993) on New Zealand invertebrates that is:

Other, recent literature should be accessed via journal websites, but additional international historical material can be retrieve via websites such as:

  Allegrucci, G., Minasi, M. G., & Sbordoni, V. 1997. Patterns of gene flow and genetic structure in cave-dwelling crickets of the Tuscan endemic, Dolichopoda schiavazzii (Orthoptera, Rhaphidophoridae). Heredity. 78: 665-673. PDF
  Allegrucci, G., Todisco, V., & Sbordoni, V. 2005. Molecular phylogeography of Dolichopoda cave crickets (Orthoptera, Rhaphiophoridae): A scenario suggested by mitochondrial DNA. Molecular Phylogenetic and Evolution. 37: 153-164. PDF
  Amedegnato, C., & Poulain, S. 1998. New Acridoid taxa from northwestern South America: Their significance for the phylogeny and biogeography of the family Acrididae (Orthoptera). Annals of the Entomological Society of America. 91(5): 533-547.  
  Bachmann, L., Venanzetti, F., & Sbordoni, V. 1994. Characterization of a Species-Specific Satellite DNA Family of Dolichopoda-Schiavazzii (Orthoptera, Rhaphidophoridae) Cave Crickets. Journal of Molecular Evolution. 39(3): 274-281.  
  Bernardini, C., & Ketmaier, V. 2002. Isolation and characterization of five microsatellite loci in Dolichopoda cave crickets (Orthoptera Rhaphidophoridae). Molecular Ecology Notes. 2(4): 501-503.  
  Carchini, G., Dirusso, C., & Sbordoni, V. 1991. Contrasting Age Structures in Cave Cricket Populations - Patterns and Significance. Ecological Entomology. 16(3): 305-314.  
  Chapco, W., & Litzenberger, G. 2002. A molecular phylogenetic analysis of the grasshopper genus Melanoplus Stal (Orthoptera: Acrididae) - an update. [Molecular phylogenetic analysis of grasshoppers]. Journal of Orthoptera Research. 11(1): 1-9.  
  Chopard, L. 1923. On some New Zealand cave Orthoptera. Transactions of the New Zealand Institute. 54: 230 - 239.  
  Clemente, M., Remis, I. R., & Vilardi, J. C. 2000. Mitochondrial DNA variation in the South American Grasshopper Dichroplus elongatus (Orthoptera: Acrididae). Annals of the Entomological Society of America. Vol. 93(no. 3): 653-661.  
  Colombo, P., Cigliano, M. M., Sequeira, A. S., Lange, C. E., Vilardi, J. C., & Confalonieri, V. A. 2005. Phylogeneitc relationships in Dichroplus Stål (Orthoptera: Acrididae: melanoplinae) inferred from molecular and morphological data: testing karyotype diversification. Cladistics. 21: 375-389.  
  Cook, L.D., Trewick, S.A., Morgan-Richards, M., & Johns, P.M. (2010). Status of the New Zealand cave weta (Rhaphidophoridae) genera Pachyrhamma, Gymnoplectron and Turbottoplectron. Invertebrate Systematics, 24(2), 131-138. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.1071/IS09047 PDF
  Dawson, D. A., Bretman, A. J., & Tregenza, T. 2003. Micorsatellite loci for the field cricket, Gryllus bimaculatus and their cross-utility in other speices of Orthoptera. [Primer Note]. Molecular Ecology Notes. 3: 191-195.  
  Desutter-Grandcolas, L. 2003. Phylogeny and evolution of acoustic communication in extant Ensifera (Insecta, Orthoptera). Zoologica Scripta. 32(6): 525-561.  
  Desutter-Grandcolas, L., & Robillard, T. 2005. Phylogenetic systematics and evolution of Agnotecous in New Caledonia (Orthoptera: Grylloidea, Eneopteridae). Systematic Entomology. 30: 1-28.  
  Dirusso, C., Vellei, A., Carchini, G., & Sbordoni, V. 1987. Life-Cycle and Age Structure of Dolichopoda Populations (Orthoptera, Raphidophoridae) from Natural and Artificial Cave Habitats. Bollettino Di Zoologia. 54(4): 337-340.  
  Dirusso, C., Venanzetti, F., Ferrucci, L., & Sbordoni, V. 1994. Restriction Enzymes Induced Bands in the Cave Cricket Dolichopoda-Schiavazzii (Orthoptera, Rhaphidophoridae) - Implications for Heterochromatin Characterization and Satellite DNA Distribution. Bollettino Di Zoologia. 61(2): 149-153.  
  Field, L. H. 1980. Observations on the biology of Deinacrida connectens (Orthoptera: Stenopelmatidae), an alpine weta. New Zealand Journal of Zoology. 7: 211-220.  
  Field, L. H., & Deans, N. A. 2001. Sexual selection and secondary sexual characters of wetas and king crickets. In L. H. Field (Ed.), The biology of wetas, king crickets and their allies (pp. 179-204). New York: CABI Publishing.  
  Flook, P. K., Klee, S., & Rowell, C. H. F. 1999. Combined molecular phylogenetic analysis of the Orthoptera (Arthropoda, Insecta) and implications for their higher systematics. Systematic Biology. 48(2): 233-253.  
  Flook, P. K., Klee, S., & Rowell, C. H. F. 2000. Molecular phylogenetic analysis of the Pneumoroidea (Orthoptera, Caelifera): Molecular data resolve morphological character conflicts in the basal Acridomorpha. Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution. 15(3): 345-354.  
  Flook, P. K., & Rowell, C. H. F. 1997. The effectiveness of mitochondrial rRNA gene sequences for the reconstruction of the phylogeny of an insect order (Orthoptera). Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution. 8(2): 177-192.  
  Flook, P. K., & Rowell, C. H. F. 1997. The phylogeny of the Caelifera (Insecta, Orthoptera) as deduced from mtrRNA gene sequences. Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution. 8(1): 89-103.  
  Gerber, A. S. 1996. Fax transmission - Ecology and Evolutionary Biology.  
  Gibbs, G. 1998. Why are some weta (Orthoptera: Stenopelmatidae) vulnerable yet others are common? Journal of Insect Conservation. 2: 161-166.  
  Gibbs, G. 1999. Four new species of giant weta, Deinacrida (Orthoptera: Anostostomatidae from New Zealand. Journal of the Royal Society of New Zealand. 29: 307-324.  
  Gibbs, G. 2001. Habitats and biogeography of New Zealand’s Deinacridine and tusked weta species. In L. H. Field (Ed.), The biology of wetas, king crickets and their allies. (pp. 35-55). Wallingford: CABI Publishing.  
  Gibbs, G. W. 1998. Raukumara tusked weta: Discovery, ecology and management implications. Wellington: Department of Conservation.  
  Gibbs, G. W. 1998. New Zealand Weta. Auckland: Reed Publishing, New Zealand.  
  Gibbs, G. W. 2002. A new species of tusked weta from the Raukumara Range, North Island, New Zealand (Orthoptera:Anostostomatidae: Motuweta). New Zealand Journal of Zoology. 29: 293-301.  
  Gibbs, G. W., & McIntyre, M. 1997. Abundance and future options for wetapunga on Little Barrier Island. Wellington: Department of Conservation.  
  Gorochov, A. V. 2001. The most interesting finds of orthopteroid insects at the end of the 20th century and a new recent genus and species. Journal of Orthoptera Research. 10(2): 353-367.  
  Gorochov, A. V. 2003. New data on taxonomy and evolution of fossil and recent Prophalangopsidae (Orthoptera: Hagloidea). Acta zoologica cracoviensia. 46(suppl.-Fossil Insects): 117-127.  
  Gorochov, A. V. 2005. Review of Triassic Orthoptera with descriptions of new andlittle known taxa: Part 2. Palaeontological Journal. 39(3): 272-279.  
  Green, O. R., & Ramsay, G. W. 2003. A winged weta, Pterapotrechus (Orthoptera: Gryllacrididae), established in New Zealand. New Zealand Entomologist. 26: 75-77.  
  Gwynne, D. T. 1995. Phylogeny of the Ensifera (Orthoptera): A hypothesis supporting multiple origins of acoustical signalling, complex spermatophores and maternal care in crickets, katydids, and weta. Journal of Orthoptera Research. 4: 203-218.  
  Gwynne, D. T. 2004. Reproductive behaviour of ground weta (Orthoptera: Anostostomatidae): Drumming behaviour, nuptial feeding, post-copulatory guarding and maternal care. Journal of the Kansas Entomological Society. 77(4): 414-428.  
  Gwynne, D. T. 2005. The secondary copulatory organ in female ground weta (Hemiandrus pallitarsis, Orthoptera: Anostostomatidae): a sexually-selected device in females? Biological Journal of the Linnean Society. 85: 463-469.  
  Gwynne, D. T., & Jamieson, I. 1998. Sexual selection and sexual dimorphism in a harem-polygynous insect, the alpine weta (Hemideina maori, Orthoptera Stenopelmatidae). Ethology Ecology and Evolution. 10: 393-402.  
  Hill, P. S. M., Hoffart, C., & Buchheim, M. 2002. Tracing phylogeneitc relationships in the family Gryllotalpidae. Journal of Orthoptera Research. 11(2): 169-174.  
  Hoenen, S., & Marques, M. D. 1998. Circadian patterns of migration of Strinatia brevipennis (Orthoptera : Phalangopsidae) inside a cave. Biological Rhythm Research. 29(5): 480-487.  
  Hutton, F. W. 1895. On a New Species of Weta (Locustidae) from Bounty Island. Transactions and Proceedings of the New Zealand Institute. 27: 174-176.  
  Hutton, F. W. 1899. Notes on some New Zealand Orthoptera. Transactions and Proceedings of the New Zealand Institute. 32: 19-21.  
  Hutton, F. W. 1899. Notes on some New Zealand Orthoptera. Transactions and Proceedings of the New Zealand Institute. 32: 19 - 21.  
  Hutton, F. W. 1903. On a new weta from the Chatham Islands. Transactions and Proceedings of the New Zealand Institute. 36: 154-155.  
  Jamieson, C. D. 1999. Distribution and abundance of Sigaus childi Jamieson (Orthoptera: Acrididae), a Central Otago endemic grasshopper. Wellington: Department of Conservation Te Papa Atawhai.  
  Jamieson, C. J. 1998. Anew species of Sigus from Alexandra, New Zealand (Orthoptera:Acrididae). New Zealand Journal of Zoology. 26: 43-48.  
  Jamieson, I. 2002. The relationship between male head size and harem size in the sexually dimorphic mountain stone weta Hemideina maori. Ecological Entomology. 27: 41-48.  
  Jeram, S., Rossler, W., Cokl, A., & Kalmring, K. 1995. Structure of Atympanate Tibial Organs in Legs of the Cave- Living Ensifera, Troglophilus-Neglectus (Gryllacridoidea, Raphidophoridae). Journal of Morphology. 223(1): 109-118.  
  Jewell, T. 2007. Two new species of Hemiandrus (Orthoptera: Anostostomatidae) from Fiordland National Park, New Zealand. Zootaxa. 1542: 49-57.  
  Johns, P. M. Knowledge of Orthoptera, Blattaria, and Dermaptera of New Zealand. The New Zealand Entomologist. 4(3): 1968-1970.  
  Johns, P. M. 1997. The Gondwanaland Weta: Family Anostostomatidae (formerly in Stenopelmatidae, Henicidae or Mimmermidae): Nomenclatural Problems, World Checklist, New Genera and species. Journal of Orthoptera Research. 6: 125-138. PDF
  Johns, P. M. 2001. Distribution and conservation status of ground weta, Hemiandrus species (Orthoptera: Anostostomatidae). (Science for Conservation No. 180). Wellington: Department of Conservation.  
  Johns, P. M. Cook, L.D. 2013. Maotoweta virescens new genus and new species; hidden in a moss forest (Orthoptera: Rhaphiodphoridae). Records of the Canterbury Museum 27: 11-17. PDF
  Jost, M. C., & Shaw, K. L. 2006. Phylogeny of Ensifera (Hexapoda: Orthoptera) using three ribosomal loci, with implications for the evolution of acoustic communication. Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution. 38: 510-530.  
  Joyce, S. J., Jamieson, I. G., & Barker, R. 2004. Survival of adult mountain stone weta Hemideina maori (Orthoptera: Anostostomatidae) along an altitude gradient as determined by mark-recapture. New Zealand Journal of Ecology. 28(1): 55-61.  
  Kelly, C. D. 2004. Allometry and sexual selection of male weaponry in Wellington tree weta, Hemideina crassidens. Behavioral Ecology. 16(1): 145-152.  
  Key, K. H. L. 1991. On Four Endemic Genera of Tasmanian Acrididae (Orthoptera). Invertebrate Taxonomy. 5: 241-288.  
  King, T. M., Kennedy, M., & Wallis, G. P. 2003. Phylogeographic genetic analysis of the alpine weta, Hemideina maori: evolution of a colour polymorphism and origins of a hybrid zone. Journal of The Royal Society of New Zealand. 33(4): 715-729.  
  King, T. M., Wallis, G. P., Hamilton, S. A., & Fraser, J. R. 1996. Identification of a hybrid zone between distinctive colour variants of the alpine weta Hemideina maori (Orthoptera: Stenopelmatidae) on the Rock and Pillar range, southern New Zealand. [Short Communication]. Molecular Ecology. 5: 583-587.  
  Koning, J. W., & Jamieson, I. 2001. Variation in size of male weaponry in a harem-defence polygynous insect, the mountain stone weta Hemideina maori (Orthoptera: Anostostomatidae). New Zealand Journal of Zoology. 28: 109-117.  
  Lamb, R. Y., & Willey, R. B. 1989. Parthenogenetic Mechanism and Its Evolutionary Potential in the Cave Cricket Euhadenoecus-Insolitus (Orthoptera, Rhaphidophoridae). Annals of the Entomological Society of America. 82(1): 101-108.  
  Lysaght, A. M. 1925. Orthoptera and Dermaptera from the Chatham Islands. Records of the Canterbury Museum. VII: 301 - 310.  
  Makings, P. 1964. 'Slifer's patches' and thermal sense in Acrididae (Orthoptera). Journal of Experimental Biology. 41: 473-497.  
  McIntyre, M. 1998. Raukumara tusked weta: Field and captive observations. Wellington: Department of Conservation.  
  Meads, M. J. 1989. The conservation status of the giant weta Deinacrida tibiospina in Northwest Nelson: report of a field visit, and notes on other invertebrates. Lower Hutt: Ecology Division, DSIR.  
  Meads, M. J. 1990. The Weta Book: A guide to the identification of wetas. Lower Hutt: DSIR Land Resources.  
  Milligan, D. D. 1926. The genus Pachyrhamma (Rhaphidophorinae: Orthoptera). A new species from New Zealand. Transactions and Proceedings of the New Zealand Institute. 56: 422-423.  
  Moller, H. 1985. Tree wetas (Hemideina crassicruris) (Orthoptera: Stenopelmatidae) of Stephens Island, Cook Strait. New Zealand Journal of Zoology. 12: 55-69.  
  Monteith, G. B., & Field, L. H. 2001. Australian king crickets: distribution, habitats and biology (Orthoptera:Anostostomatidae). In L. H. Field (Ed.), The biology of wetas, king crickets and their allies (pp. 79-94). Wallingford: CABI Publishing.  
  Morgan-Richards, M. 1995. A new species of tree weta from the North Island of New Zealand (Hemideina: Stenopelmatidae: Orthoptera). New Zealand Entomologist. 18: 15-24.  
  Morgan-Richards, M. 1995. Weta karyotypes: the systematic significance of their variation. Unpublished PhD, Victoria University of Wellington, Wellington.  
  Morgan-Richards, M. 1997. Intraspecific karyopype variation is not concordant with allozyme variation in the Auckland tree weta of New Zealand, Hemideina thoracica (Orthoptera: Stenopelmatidae). Biological Journal of the Linnean Society. 60: 423-442.  
  Morgan-Richards, M. 2000. Robertsonian translocations and B chromosomes in the Wellington tree weta, Hemideina crassidens (Orthoptera: Anostostomatidae). Hereditas. 132: 49-54.  
  Morgan-Richards, M., King, T., and Trewick, S. 2001. The evolutionary history of tree weta: a genetic approach. In L. H. Field (Ed.), The biology of wetas, King crickets and their allies. (pp. 111-124). Wallingford: CABI Publishing.  
  Morgan-Richards, M. 2002. Fission or fusion? Mitochondrial DNA phylogenetics of the chromosome races of Hemideina crassidens (Orthoptera: Anostostomatidae). Cytogenetic and Genome Research. 96: 217-222.  
  Morgan-Richards, M., Daugherty, C. H., & Gibbs, G. W. 1995. Taxonomic status of tree weta from Stephens Island, Mt Holdswrth and Mt Arthur, based on allozyme variation. Journal of The Royal Society of New Zealand. 25(2): 301-312.  
  Morgan-Richards, M., & Gibbs, G. W. 1996. Colour, allozyme and karyotype variation show little concordance in the New Zealand giant scree weta Deinacrida connectens (Orthoptera: Stenopelmatidae). Hereditas. 125: 265-276.  
  Morgan-Richards, M., & Gibbs, G. W. 2001. A phylogenetic analysis of New Zealand giant and tree weta (Orthoptera: Anostostomatidae: Deinacrida and Hemideina) using morphological and genetic characters. Invertebrate Taxonomy. 15: 1-12.  
  Morgan-Richards, M., King, T., & Trewick, S. A. 2001. The evolutionary history of tree weta: a genetic approach. In L. H. Field (Ed.), The biology of wetas, king crickets and their allies. Wallingford: CAB International.  
  Morgan-Richards, M., & Townsend, J. A. 1995. Hybridisation of tree weta on Banks Peninsula, New Zealand, and colour polymorphism within Hemideina ricta (Orthoptera: Stenopelmatidae). New Zealand Journal of Zoology. 22: 393-399.  
  Morgan-Richards, M., & Townsend , J. A. 1995. Hybridisation of tree weta on Banks Peninsula, New Zealand, and colour polymorphism within Hemideina ricta (Orthoptera: Stenopelmatidae). New Zealand Journal of Zoology. 25: 301-312.  
  Morgan-Richards, M., Trewick, S. A., & Wallis, G. P. 2000. Characterization of a hybrid zone between two chromosomal races of the weta Hemideina thoracica following a geologically recent volcanic eruption. Heredity. 85: 586-592.  
  Murphy, E. C., Robbins, L., Young, J. B., & Dowding, J. E. 1999. Secondary poisoning of stoats after an aerial 1080 poison operation in Pureora Forest, New Zealand. New Zealand Journal of Ecology. 23(2): 175-182.  
  O'Brien, B., & Field, L. H. 2001. Morphology and anatomy of New Zealand wetas. In L. H. Field (Ed.), The Biology of wetas, King crickets and their allies. Wallingford: CAB International.  
  Ordish, R. G. 1992. Aggregation and communication of the Wellington weta Hemideina crassidens (Blanchard) (Orthoptera: Stenopelmatidae). New Zealand Entomologist. 15: 1-14.  
  Poulson, T. L., Lavoie, K. H., & Helf, K. 1995. Long-Term Effects of Weather on the Cricket (Hadenoecus- Subterraneus, Orthoptera, Rhaphidophoridae) Guano Community in Mammoth-Cave-National-Park. American Midland Naturalist. 134(2): 226-236.  
  RamlØv, H. 1999. Microclimate and variations in haemolymph composition in the freezing-tolerant New Zealand alpine weta Hemideina maori Hutton (Orthoptera: Stenoplematidae). Journal Comparative Physiology B. 169: 224-235.  
  Ramsay, G. W. 1961. The synonymy and systematics of a genus and two species of New Zealand weta (Orthoptera: Stenopelmatidae: Henicinae). Proceedings of the Royal Entomological Society of London - Series B (Taxonomy). 30: 85-89.  
  Ramsey, G. W. 1979. Annotated bibleography and index to the New Zealand wetas ( Orthoptera : Stenoplelmatidae , Rhaphidophoridae). DSIR Information series, ISSN 0077-9636; No 144; ISBN 477-06655-0. 144: 1 -55.  
  Ramsey, G. W., & Bigelow, R. S. 1978. New Zealand wetas of the genus Hemideina. [New Bulletin]. New Zealand Entomological Society. 1(2): 32-34.  
  Rentz, D. C., & Weissman, D. B. 1973. The origins and affinities of the orthoptera of the Channel Islands and adjacent mainland California Part 1 The genus Cnemotettix. Proceedings of the Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia. 125(6): 89-120.  
  Richards, A. M. 1954. Revision of the Rhaphidophoridae (Orthoptera) of New Zealand- Part I. The Raphidophoridae of the Chatham Islands 1954 Expedition. Transactions of the Royal Society of New Zealand. 85(2): 263 - 274.  
  Richards, A. M. 1954. The Systematics and Ecology of the genus Macropathus Walker, 1869 (Orthoptera, Raphidophoridae). Transactions of the Royal Society of New Zealand. 82(3).  
  Richards, A. M. 1954. Notes on food and cannibalism in Macropathus filifer Walker, 1869 (Rhaphidophoridae, Orthoptera). Transactions of the Royal Society of N.Z. 82(3): 733-737.  
  Richards, A. M. 1954. The systematics and ecology of the genus Macropathus Walker, 1869 (Orthoptera, Rhaphidophoridae). Transactions of the Royal Society of N.Z. 82(3): 739-762.  
  Richards, A. M. 1955. The Anatomy and Morpology of the Cave-Orthopteran macropathus filifer Walker, 1869*. Transactions of the Royal Society of New Zealand. 83(2): 405 - 452.  
  Richards, A. M. 1955. The Anatomy and Morphology of the Cave-Orthopteran Macropathus filifer Walker, 1869. Transactions of the Royal Society of N.Z. 83(2): 405-452.  
  Richards, A. M. 1957. Revision of the Raphidoporidae (Orthoptera) of New Zealand Part III - The Genera Pachyrhamma Brunner and Pallidoplectron n.g. Transactions of the Royal Society of New Zealand. 85(4): 695 - 706.  
  Richards, A. M. 1958. Revision of the Rhaphidophoridae (Orthoptera) of New Zealand - Part I.- The Rhaphidophoridae of the Chatham Islands 1954 Expedition. [t]. Transactions of the Royal Society of New Zealand. 85(2): 263-274.  
  Richards, A. M. 1958. Revision of the Rhaphidophoridae (Orthoptera) of New Zealand. Part II. The Genus Macropathus Walker in the British Museum (Nat. Hist.) Collection. Transaction and Proceedings of the New Zealand Institute. 85(3).  
  Richards, A. M. 1958. Revision of the Rhaphidophoridae (Orthoptera) of New Zealand Part 3 - The genera Pachyrhamma Brunner and Pallidoplectron n.g. Transactions of the Royal Society of N.Z. 85(4): 695-706.  
  Richards, A. M. 1958. Revision of the Rhaphidophoridae (Orthoptera) of New Zealand. Part 2 - The genus Macropathus Walker in the British Museum (Nat. Hist.) Collection. Transactions of the Royal Society of N.Z. 85(3): 465-470.  
  Richards, A. M. 1959. Revision of the Rhaphidophoridae (Orthoptera) of New Zealand - Part V The Genus Pleioplectron Hutton, 1897. Transactions of the Royal Society of New Zealand. 87(3-4): 319-327.  
  Richards, A. M. 1959. Revision of the Rhaphidophoridae (Orthoptera) of New Zealand - Part IV - The Rhaphidophoridae of the Thames Gold Mines. Transactions of the Royal Society of New Zealand. 87(1-2): 27-33.  
  Richards, A. M. 1959. Revision of the Rhaphidophoridae (Orthoptera) of New Zealand - Part VI. A new species belonging to the genus Pachyrhamma Brunner, 1888. Transactions of the Royal Society of New Zealand. 87(3-4): 329-332.  
  Richards, A. M. 1959. Revision of the Rhaphidophoridae (Orthoptera) of New Zealand Part 4 - The Rhaphidophoridae of the Thames Gold Mines. Transactions of the Royal Society of N.Z. 87(1-2): 27-33.  
  Richards, A. M. 1959. Revision of the Rhaphidophoridae (Orthoptera) of New Zealand - Part 6 - A new species belonging to the genus Pachyrhamma Brunner, 1888. Transactions of the Royal Society of N.Z. 87(3-4): 329-332.  
  Richards, A. M. 1960. Revision of the Rhaphidophoridae (Orthoptera) of New Zealand - Part VII. The Rhapidophoridae of the Waipu Caves. Transactions of the Royal Society of New Zealand. 88(2): 259-264.  
  Richards, A. M. 1960. Revision of the Rhaphidophoridae (Orthoptera) of New Zealand Part 7 - The Rhaphidophoridae of the Waipu Caves. Transactions of the Royal Society of N.Z. 88(2): 259-264.  
  Richards, A. M. 1961. The life history of some species of Rhaphidophoridae (Orthoptera). Transactions of the Royal Society of New Zealand. 1(9): 121-137.  
  Richards, A. M. 1961. Revision of the Raphidophoridae (Orthoptera) of New Zealand. Part X - Three New Species of the Genus Gymnoplectron Hutton 1897, from Rotorua. Transactions of the Royal Society of New Zealand. 1 number 23: 311 - 322.  
  Richards, A. M. 1961. Revision of The Raphidophoridae (Orthoptera) of New Zealand Part IX - The Genus Gymnoplectron Hutton 1897. Transactions of the Royal Society of New Zealand. 1 number 24.  
  Richards, A. M. 1961. Revision of the Rhaphidophoridaem (Orthoptera) of New Zealand. Part X - Three New Species of the Genus Gymnoplectron Hutton 1897, from Rotorua. Transactions of the Royal Society of New Zealand. 1.  
  Richards, A. M. 1961. Revision of the Rhapidophoridae ( Orthoptera) of New Zealand. Part VIII - The Species Turbottoplectron cavernae ( Hutton ) 1900. Transactions of the Royal Society of New Zealand. 1 number 8.  
  Richards, A. M. 1961. Some observations on New Zealand cave wetas. Tuatara. 9(2): 80-83.  
  Richards, A. M. 1961. Revision of the Rhaphidophoridae (Orthoptera) of New Zealand Part 8 - The species Turbottoplectron cavernae (Hutton). Transactions of the Royal Society of N.Z. 1(8): 113-119.  
  Richards, A. M. 1962. Feeding Behaviour and Enemies of Rhaphidophoridae (Orthoptera) from Waitomo Caves, New Zealand. Transactions of the Royal Society of N.Z. 88(4): 121 - 128.  
  Richards, A. M. 1962. Feeding behaviour and enemies of Rhaphidophoridae (Orthoptera) from Waitomo Caves, New Zealand. Transactions of the Royal Society of N.Z. 2(15): 121-129.  
  Richards, A. M. 1964. Insects of Campbell Island. Orthoptera: Rhaphidophoridae of Auckland and Campbell Is. Pacific Insects Monograph. 7: 216 - 225.  
  Richards, A. M. 1964. The Rhaphidophoridae (Orthoptera) of Australia, 1: Tasmania. Pacific Insects. 6(1): 217-223.  
  Richards, A. M. 1965. The effect of weather on Rhaphidophoridae (Orthoptera) in New Zealand and Australia. Annales de Speleologie. 20(3): 393-400.  
  Richards, A. M. 1965. Revision of the Rhaphidophoridae (Orthoptera) of New Zealand Part 12 - A new species of Pallidoplectron Richards. Transactions of the Royal Society of N.Z. 7(8): 135-139.  
  Richards, A. M. 1965. Movements of Rhaphidophoridae (Orthoptera) in caves at Waitomo, New Zealand. Helictite - Journal of Australasian Cave Research. 3(4): 65-78.  
  Richards, A. M. 1966. The Rhaphidophoridae (Orthoptera) of Australia Part 3. A new genus from South-Eastern Australia. Pacific Insects. 8(3): 617-628.  
  Richards, A. M. 1968. The Rhaphidophoridae (Orthoptera) of Australia. Part 6. Two new species from Northern Tasmania. Pacific Insects. 10(1): 167-176.  
  Richards, A. M. 1970. Revision of the Rhaphidophoridae ( Orthoptera) Of New Zealand. Part XIII A New Genus from the Snares Islands. Pacific Insects. 12(4): 865 -869.  
  Richards, A. M. 1970. The Rhaphidophoridae (Orthoptera) of Australia. Part 8. Two new species of Parvotettix Richards. Pacific Insects. 12(1): 1-8.  
  Richards, A. M. 1970. Revision of the Rhaphidophoridae (Orthoptera) of New Zealand Part 13 - A new genus from Snares Islands. Pacific Insects. 12(4): 865-869.  
  Richards, A. M. 1971. The Rhaphidophoridae (Orthoptera) of Australia. Part 9. The distribution and possible origins of Tasmanian Rhaphidophoridae, with descriptions of two new species. Pacific Insects. 13(3-4): 575-587.  
  Richards, A. M. 1971. The Rhaphidophoridae (Orthoptera) of Australia. Part 10. A new genus from southeastern Tasmania with New Zealand affinities. Pacific Insects. 13(3-4): 589-595.  
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