291 CONTRIBUTIONS TO A KNOWLEDGE OF AUSTRA-LIAN FORAMINIFERA. Part II. By E. J. GrODDARD, B. A., B.Sc, Junior Demonstrator in Biology, Sydney University, and H. I. Jensen, B.Sc, Linnean Macleay Fellow of the Society in Geology. ( C oiitinued fi'om Proceedings, 190^, p. 831.) (Plate vi.) This paper might be taken as an addition to the work pub-lished by one or other of us in the Records of the Austrahan Museum, Vol. vi., Pt. 4, or in the Proceedings of the Linnean Society of New South Wales, 1904, p. 8 10. The recent foraminiferal sands examined have been obtained from dredgings made by Mr. C. Hedley, F.L.S., of the Australian Museum. The fossil material has kindly been supplied by Miss Mary Lodder, Launceston Museum, Tasmania. The materials recorded in this and our previous papers having been obtained from localities on and about the Australian coasts far removed from one another, have enabled us to make deduc-tions regarding the distribution of Foraminifera in Australian waters, and also in connection with the conditions of climate and deposition at the time of the laying down of the Table Cape Beds. 1 . Foraminiferal sands from Van Dieynen^s Inlet, Gidf of Carpentaria; muddy bottom; depth 2 fathoms. Family MILIOLID^. Subfamily MILIOLININ^. 1. Biloculina irregularis d'Orb.; diminutive. 2. Spiroloculina limbata d'Orb.; diminutive. 3. S. arenaria Brad3^ 4. Miliolina seminulum Linn ; diminutive.