Woods, H. 1917 The Cretaceous faunas of the north-eastern part of the South Island of New Zealand. Wellington: New Zealand Geological Survey. New Zealand Geological Survey paleontological bulletin 4 41 p.
Abstract: The Cretaceous fossils described in this memoir were collected in the provinces of Canterbury and Marlborough by Mr Alexander McKay and other officers of the Geological Survey of New Zealand. They were obtained at various places between the Malvern Hills (west of Christchurch and Coverham (in the Clarence Valley), a distance of nearly 150 miles. Two faunas are represented, and may conveniently be considered separately. The older, of Lower Utatur age, is found in the northern part of the region; the newer, of Upper Senonian age, is found at Amuri Bluff and other places farther south. (auth)