References

Publications, referenced in this research, by Clemency Fisher. 

  • Fisher, C.T. 1985. Two previously unpublished letters, with the correct version of a third, from John Gilbert to John Gould. Australian Zoologist  22 (1): 5-14; back and front covers.
  • Fisher, C.T. 1986. A type specimen of the Paradise Parrot, Psephotus pulcherrimus (Gould, 1845). Australian Zoologist 22 (3): 10-12.
  • Fisher, C.T. 1988. An unpublished drawing of the Pig-footed Bandicoot by John Gould and H.C. Richter, with comments on museum specimens. Australian Zoologist 24 (4): 205-209; plus cover plate.
  • Fisher, C.T. 1989. The discovery of new Australian species by John Gilbert,1838-45; abstract of a talk to the British Ornithologists' Club September 20th 1988. Bull. B.O.C. 109 (2): 64-66.
  • Fisher, C.T. 1990. Following in the footsteps of Leichhardt. Queensland Geographical Journal 5: 80-95.
  • Fisher, C.T. 1992. The importance of early Victorian natural historians in the discovery and interpretation of the Australian Fauna, with special reference to John Gilbert. Liverpool Polytechnic, Ph.D. Thesis: 1-643, 25 figs, 10 plates, 10 maps. 
  • Fisher, C.T. 1997 (winter). John Gilbert's Australian collections. Landscope (Western Australia's Conservation, Forests & Wildlife Magazine) 12 (3): 36-41.
  • Fisher, C.T. 1998. Where are they now? Landscope (Western Australia’s Conservation, Forests & Wildlife Magazine) 13 (3) (for Autumn 1998): 40-47.
  • Fisher, C.T. 2000. Glucking birds and goatsuckers: another opinion. Bird Observer No. 804: 15-16. 
  • Joseph, Leo & Fisher, Clemency. John Gilbert – Gould’s indefatigable collector. In Joseph, L. & Peck, R.M. 2004. John Gould’s Birds of Australia. The Academyof Natural Sciences, Philadelphia and three versions of a touring exhibition catalogue: 
    • 1. Embassy of Australia, Washington
    • 2. Museum of South Australia, Adelaide
    • 3. Tasmanian Museum & Art Gallery 
  • Fisher, C.T. 2004. Biographies for New Dictionary of National Biography. Oxford University Press. John Gilbert (collector and explorer in Australia)
  • Fisher, C.T. 2005. A memorial in Queensland to the ornithologist John Gilbert. Bull. Brit. Orn. Club. 125 (2): 162-163.
  • Fisher, C.T. 2006. John Gilbert (1812-1845). The Queensland Naturalist 44 (1-3): 34
  • Fisher, C.T. 2007. The birdman of the Port Essington Expedition. Wingspan 17 (1): 26-29.
  • Fisher, C.T. 2008. A man of great zeal and assiduity: the pioneering naturalist John Gilbert in Australia, 1838-1845. Chapter 1 In Contributions to Australian ornithology.Ed. William E. Davis. Nuttall Ornithological Club of America.119 pages, 15 b&w figures.
  • Fisher, C.T. & Calaby, J. 2009 (December). The Top of the Top End: John Gilbert’s manuscript notes for John Gould on vertebrates from Port Essington (Northern Territory, Australia); with comments on specimens collected during the settlement period 1838 – 1849 and subsequently. Monograph series of The Beagle, journal of Northern Territory Museums’ Service. Illustrated monograph; 145 illustrations, 240 pages, 2 appendices, index.
  • Fisher, C.T. 2013. John Gilbert, pioneer of the outback. Leverhulme Trust Annual Report for 2012: 14-15.
  • Black, A.B., Jansen, J.J.F.J., van der Mije, S. & Fisher, C.T. 2014. On the identification and provenance of some early specimens of grasswrens (Maluridae: Amytornis) and their significance for taxonomy and nomenclature. Bulletin of the British Ornithologists’ Club vol.134, no. 1: 52-61.