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From: Crookall, R. 1938. The Kidston Collection of fossil plants, with an account of the life and work of Robert Kidston. Memoir of the Geological Survey of Great Britain. London:HMSO

The publications of Robert Kidston[edit]

Kidston's Survey publications can be viewed online in the BGS Publication viewer.

1916. The economic geology of the Central Coalfield of Scotland including parts of the counties of Lanark, Stirling, Renfrew, Linlithgow, Dumbarton and Edinburgh

The economic geology of the Central Coalfield of Scotland. Area V. Glasgow east, Coatbridge and Airdrie with Chryston, Glenboig, Greengairs, Slamannan, Caldercruix and Salsburgh

Fossil plants of the Carboniferous rocks of Great Britain Volume 2 Part 1

Fossil plants of the Carboniferous rocks of Great Britain Volume 2 Part 2

Fossil plants of the Carboniferous rocks of Great Britain Volume 2 Part 3

Fossil plants of the Carboniferous rocks of Great Britain Volume 2 Part 4

Fossil plants of the Carboniferous rocks of Great Britain Volume 2 Part 5

Fossil plants of the Carboniferous rocks of Great Britain Volume 2 Part 6

Full list of publications[edit]

1880.— Notes on geological specimens in the Smith Institute, Stirling. Trans. Stirling Field Club, vol. ii, p. 25.

1881 (a).—On the Structure of Lepidodendron selaginoides (Sternberg), from the Coal-Measures, Halifax, Yorkshire. Proc. Roy. Phys. Soc. Edinburgh, vol. vi, pls. ii, iia, pp. 97–105.

1881 (b).—Notes on the Flora of the Carboniferous Period. Trans. Stirling Field Club, vol. iii, pp. 19–28.

1881 (c).—Notes on the flora of Schiehallion. Trans. Stirling Field Club,2 vol. iv, pp. 8–18.

1882 (a).—On the Fructification of Eusphenopteris tenella (Brongn.) and Sphenopteris microcarpa (Lesq.). Proc. Roy. Phys. Soc. Edinburgh, vol. vii, pl. i, pp. 129–134 ; Ann. and Mag. Nat. Hist., ser. 5, vol. x, pl. i, pp. 7–11.

1882 (b).—On the Affinities of the Genus Pothocites, Paterson. Ann. and Mag. Nat. Hist., ser. 5, vol. x, pp. 404,405.

1883 (a).—On Sphenopteris crassa (Lindley and Hutton). Proc. Roy. Phys. Soc. Edinburgh, vol. vii, pl. v, pp. 235–238 ; Ann. and Mag. Nat. Hist., Ser. 5, vol. xi, pl. iv, pp. 117–120.

1883 (b).—On the Affinities of the Genus Pothocites, Paterson ; with the Description of a Specimen from Glencartholm, Eskdale. Ann. and Mag. Nat. Hist., ser. 5, vol. xi, pls. pp. 297–314 ; Trans. Bot. Soc. Edinburgh, vol. xvi, pls. i–iv, pp. 28–38.

1883 (c).— Report on Fossil Plants collected by the Geological Survey of Scotland in Eskdale and Liddesdale. Trans. Roy. Soc. Edinburgh, vol. xxx, pt. 2, pls. xxx–xxxii, pp. 531–550.

1883 (d).—List of Fossil Plants collected in the neighbourhood of Bo'ness (Appendix B, in H. M. Cadell, 'The Fossiliferous Rocks of Barrowstounness '). Trans. Geol. Soc. Edinburgh, vol. iv, pp. 333–335.

1884 (a).—On a Specimen of Pecopteris (? polymorpha Brongn.) in Circinate Vernation, with remarks on the Genera Spiropteris and Rhizomopteris of Schimper. Proc. Roy. Phys. Soc. Edinburgh, vol. viii, pl. v, fig. 1, pp. 123–127 ; Ann. and Mag. Nat. Hist., ser. 5, vol. xiii, pl. v, fig. 1, pp. 73–76.

1884 (b).—On a new Species of Schuetzia from the Calciferous Sandstones of Scotland. Proc. Roy. Phys. Soc. Edinburgh, vol. viii, pl. v, fig. 2, pp. 127131 ; Ann. and Mag. Nat. Hist., ser. 5, vol. xiii, pl. v, fig. 2, pp. 77–80.

1884 (c).—Dr. D. Stur On Fossil Ferns of the Coal-Measures. (Review : Zur Morphologie und Systematik der Culm- und Carbon-Fame). Geol. Mag., dec. 3, vol. 1, pp. 328–332.

1884 (d).—On a new Species of Lycopodites, Goldenberg (L. Stochii) from the Calciferous Sandstone Series of Scotland. Ann. and Mag. Nat. Hist., ser. 5, vol. xiv, pl. v, pp. 111–117.

1884 (e).—On the Fructification of Zeilleria (Sphenopteris) delicatula Sternb. sp. ; with remarks on Urnatopteris (Sphenopteris) tenella, Brongt., and Hymenophyllites (Sphenopteris) quadridactylites, Gutbier sp. Quart. Journ. Geol. Soc., vol. xl, pl. xxv, pp. 590–598.

This list is based on one prepared by Professor W. H. Lang, F.R.S.

2 In 1882 the Stirling Field Club became known as 'The Stirling Natural History and Archaeological Society.'


1884 (f).—Plant bed at Todholes, Earl's Moor, Bannockburn. Trans. Sterling Nat. Hist. and Archaeol. Soc., vol. vi, p. 26.

1884 (g).—Fossil Alga from Carboniferous Limestone, Spouthead Burn, Milton of Campsie. Trans. Stirling Nat. Hist. and Archaeol. Soc., vol. vi, pp. 56–57.

1885 (a).—On some new or little-known Fossil Lycopods from the Carboniferous Formation. Proc. Roy. Phys. Soc. Edinburgh, vol. viii, pl. xxi, pp. 415–424 ; Ann. and Mag. Nat. Hist., ser. 5, vol. xv, pl. xi, pp. 357–365.

1885 (b).—Notes on some Fossil Plants collected by Mr. R. Dunlop, Airdrie, from Lanarkshire Coal-field. Ann. and Mag. Nat. Hist., ser. 5, vol. xv, pp. 473–491.

1885 (c).—On the Occurrence of Lycopodites (Sigillaria) Vanuxemi, Goeppert, in Britain, with remarks on its affinities. Journ. Linn. Soc. Botany, vol. xxi, pl. xviii, pp. 560–566.

1885 (d).—On the Relationship of Ulodendron, Lindley and Hutton, to Lepidodendron, Sternberg ; Bothrodendron, Lindley and Hutton ; Sigillaria, Brongniart ; and Rhytidodendron, Boulay. Ann. and Mag. Nat. Hist., ser. 5, vol. xvi, pls. iii–vii, pp. 123–139, 162–179, 239–260.

1885 (e).—Notes on Fossil Spores from the Coal Measures, Kellyburn, near Dollar, Perthshire. Trans. Stirling Nat. Hist. and Archaeol. Soc., vol. viii, pp. 1–8 (Reprinted in 'The Stirling Journal and Advertiser,' 1885).

1886 (a).—Catalogue of the Palaeozoic Plants in the Department of Geology and Palaeontology, British Museum (Natural History), 8vo, 288 pp., London.

1886 (b).—On a new Species of Psilotites from the Lanarkshire Coalfield. Ann. and Mag. Nat. Hist., ser. 5, vol. xvii, text fig., pp. 494–496.

1886 (c).—On the Species of the Genus Palaeoxyris, Brongniart, occurring in British Carboniferous Rocks. Proc. Roy. Phys. Soc. Edinburgh, vol. ix, pl. i, pp. 54–65.

1886 (d).—(With James Bennie). On the Occurrence of Spores in the Carboniferous Formation of Scotland. Proc. Roy. Phys. Soc. Edinburgh, vol. ix, pls. iii–vi, pp. 82–117.

1886 (e).—Notes on some Fossil Plants collected by Mr. R. Dunlop, Airdrie, from the Lanarkshire Coal-field. Trans. Geol. Soc. Glasgow, vol. viii, pl. iii, pp. 47–71.

1887.— On the Fructification of some Ferns from the Carboniferous Formation. Trans. Roy. Soc. Edinburgh, vol. xxxiii, pt. i, pls. viii, ix, pp. 137–156.

1888 (a).—Notes on some Fossil Plants from Lochrim Burn, Corrie, Arran. (In Notice of a new Fossiliferous Bed in the Island of Arran,' by D. Ivison Macadam). Trans. Geol. Soc. Edinburgh, vol. v, pp. 316–317.

1888 (b).—Catalogue of the collection of Palaeozoic Plants in the Science and Art Museum, Dublin, 8vo, 12 pp., Dublin.

1888 (c).—On the Fossil Flora of the Radstock Series of the Somerset and Bristol Coal Field (Upper Coal Measures) Part 1. Trans. Roy. Soc. Edinburgh, vol. xxxiii, pt. 2, pls. xviii–xxviii, pp. 335–417.

1888 (d).—On the Fructification and Affinities of Archaeopteris hibernica, Forbes sp. Proc. Roy. Phys. Soc. Edinburgh, vol. ix, pp. 516–521 ; Ann. and Mag. Nat. Hist., ser. 6, vol. i, pp. 412–415.

1888 (e).—Notes on a section of Carboniferous strata containing erect sterns of Fossil Trees and beds of intrusive dolerite, Victoria Park, Whiteinch. By J. Young and D. C. Glen ; with Note on the Nature of the Fossil Trees by R. Kidston. Trans. Geol. Soc. Glasgow, vol. viii, pp. 235–236.

1888 (f).—On the Fructification of two Coal-measure Ferns. Proc. Roy. Phys. Soc. Edinburgh, vol. ix, pl. xxi, pp. 510–516 ; Ann. and Mag. Nat. Hist., ser. 6, vol. ii, pl. i, pp. 22–24.

1888 (g).—On a new Species of Calamite from the Middle Coal-measures (Eucalamites (Calamites) britannicus, Weiss MS.). Ann. and Mat. Nat. Hist., ser. 6, vol. u, pl. vii, pp. 129–132.

1888 (h).—On Neuropteris plicata, Sternberg, and Neuropteris rectinervis, Kidston n. sp. Trans. Roy. Soc. Edinburgh, vol. xxxv, pt. i (nos. 5 and 6), pl., pp. 313–335.

1888 (i).—Notes on geological specimens in the Smith Institute, Stirling. Trans. Stirling Nat. Hist. and Archaeol. Soc., vol. xi, pp. 21–23.

1889 (a).—On the Fossil Plants in the Ravenhead Collection in the Free Library and Museum, Liverpool. Trans. Roy. Soc. Edinburgh, vol. xxxv, pt. 2 (no. 10), pls. i, pp. 391–417.

1889 (b).—Additional Notes on some British Carboniferous Lycopods. Proc. Roy. Phys. Soc. Edinburgh, vol. x, pl. iv, pp. 88–97 ; Ann. and Mag. Nat. Hist., ser. 6, vol. iv, pl. iv, pp. 60–67.

1889 (c).—On some Fossil Plants from Teilia Quarry, Gwaenysgor, near Prestatyn, Flintshire. Trans. Roy. Soc. Edinburgh, vol. xxxv, pt. 2 (no. 11), pls. i, pp. 419–428.

1889 (d).—Notes on geological specimens in the Smith Institute, Stirling. Trans. Stirling Nat. Hist. and Archaeol. Soc., vol. xi, pp. 31, 44.

1889–90.—Notes on two specimens of Lepidodendron from the Lower Carboniferous (?) of Goonoo Goonoo, New South Wales. Records Geol. Surv. New South Wales, vol. i, pl. v, pp. 114–115.

1890 (a).—On the Fossil Flora of the Staffordshire Coal Fields. Part I. On the Fossil Plants collected during the sinking of the Shaft of the Hamstead Colliery, Great Barr, near Birmingham. Trans. Roy. Soc. Edinburgh, vol. xxxv, pl., pp. 317–335.

1890 (b).—The Yorkshire Carboniferous Flora (First Report). Trans. Yorkshire Naturalists' Union, part 14, pp. 3–65.

1890 (c).—(With A. H. Foord). Notes on the Fauna and Flora of the Pleistocene Beds in the Carse of Stirling. Trans. Stirling Nat. Hist. and Archaeol. Soc., vol. xii, pp. 91–97.

1891 (a).—On the Fructification and Internal Structure of Carboniferous Ferns in their Relation to those of Existing Genera, with Special Reference to British Palaeozoic Species. Trans. Geol. Soc. Glasgow, vol. ix, pls. i–iv, pp. 1–56.

1891 (b).—Notes on the Palaeozoic Species mentioned in Lindley and Hutton's " Fossil Flora." Proc. Roy. Phys. Soc. Edinburgh, vol. x, pp. 345–391.

1891 (c).—On the Fossil Flora of the Staffordshire Coal-Fields. Part II. The Fossil Flora of the Coal-Field of the Potteries. Trans. Roy. Soc. Edinburgh, vol. xxxvi, pt. i (no. 5), pl., pp. 6398.

1891 (d).—(With J. S. Stirling). The Flora of Stirlingshire. Trans. Stirling Nat. Hist. and Archaeol. Soc., vol. xiii, pp. 88–102.

1891–92.—Notes on some Fossil Plants from the Lancashire Coal Measures. Trans. Manchester Geol. Soc., part 13, vol. xxi, pp. 401–428.

1892 (a).—On the Occurrence of the Genus Equisetum (E. Hemingzuayi, Kidston) in the Yorkshire Coal-measures. Ann. and Mag. Nat. Hist., ser. 6, vol. ix, pp. 138–141.

1892 (b).—On the Fructification of Sphenophyllum trichomatosum, Stur, from the Yorkshire Coal Field. Proc. Roy. Phys. Soc. Edinburgh, vol. xi, pl. i, pp. 56–62.

1892 (c).—In H. M. Cadell : The Occurrence of Plant Remains in Olivine Basalt in the Bo'ness Coalfield. Trans. Geol. Soc. Edinburgh, vol. vi, pl. vi, pp. 191–193.

1892 (d).—(With J. S. Stirling). Geological Sketch of Stirlingshire. Trans. Stirling Nat. Hist. and Archaeol. Soc., vol. xiv, pp. 74–81.

1892 (e).—(With J. S. Stirling). The Flora of Stirlingshire. Trans Stirling Nat. Hist. and Archaeol Soc., vol. xiv, pp. 82–102.

1892 (f).—Note on two glaciated exposures of Trap Rock at Ballengeich Cemetery, Stirling. Trans. Stirling Nat. Hist. and Archaeol. Soc., vol. xiv, pp. 114–115.

1892 (g).—Linaria minor L., in Stirlingshire. Annals of Scottish Nat. Hist., vol. i, p. 143.

1892 (h).—On Two of Lindley and Hutton's Type Specimens :-1. Rhacopteris dubia, L. and H. sp. ; 2. Sphenopteris polyphylla, L. and H. Proc. Roy. Phys. Soc. Edinburgh, vol. xi, pl. ix, pp. 238–241.

1892 (i).—On a New Species of Bythotrephis from the Lower Carboniferous of Lancashire. Proc. Roy. Phys. Soc. Edinburgh, vol. xi, pl. x, pp. 241–242.

1893 (a).—On the Fossil Plants of the Kilmarnock, Galston, and Kilwinning Coal-Fields, Ayrshire. Trans. Roy. Soc. Edinburgh, vol. xxxvii, pt. 2 (no. 16), pls. pp. 307–358.

1893 (b).—The Yorkshire Carboniferous Flora. (Second Report ; Third Report ; Fourth Report) : Index. Trans. Yorkshire Naturalists' Union, part 18, pp. 65–128.

1893 (c).—On the Occurrence of Arthrostigma gracile, Dawson in the Lower Old Red Sandstone of Perthshire. Proc. Roy. Phys. Soc. Edinburgh, vol. xii, pl. iii, pp. 102–111.

1893 (d).—Review of Notes on. Specimens from the Collection of James Reid, Esq., of Allan House, Blairgowrie, Scotland,' by Sir William Dawson and Professor Penhallow. Ann. of Scottish Nat. Hist., vol. ii, pp. 252–254.

1893 (e).—(With J. S. Stirling). The Flora of Stirlingshire. Trans. Stirling Nat. Hist. and Archaeol. Soc., vol. xv, pp. 109–113.

1893 (f).—On Lepidophloios, and on the British Species of the Genus. Trans. Roy. Soc. Edinburgh, vol. xxxvii, pt. 3 (no. 25), pls. i, pp. 529–563.

1894 (a).—On the Various Divisions of British Carboniferous Rocks as determined by their Fossil Flora. Proc. Roy. Phys. Soc. Edinburgh, vol. xii, pp. 183–257.

1894 (b).—On some New Species of Fossil Plants from the Lower Carboniferous Rocks of Scotland. Proc. Roy. Phys. Soc. Edinburgh, vol. xii, pls. iv–vi, pp. 258–268. 1

1894 (c).—On the Fossil Flora of the South Wales Coal-Field, and the Relationship of its Strata to the Somerset and Bristol Coal-Field. Trans. Roy. Soc. Edinburgh, vol. xxxvii, pt. 3 (no. 26), pl. i, pp. 565–614.

1894 (d).—Notes on some Fossil Plants from the Lancashire Coal Measures. (Second Paper). Trans. Manchester Geol. Soc., part xxi, vol. xxii, pp. 632 652.

1894 (e).—(With J. S. Stirling). The Flora of Stirlingshire. Tr Trans. Stirling Nat. Hist. and Archaeol. Soc., vol. xvi, pp. 88–92.

1895 (a).—(With J. S. Stirling). The Flora of Stirlingshire. Trans. Stirling Nat. Hist. and Archaeol. Soc., vol. xvii, pp. 80–89.

1895 (b).—Appendix on the Coal Measure Fossil Flora in A Contribution to the Geology of the Wyre Forest Coalfield and of the Surrounding District ' by T. C. Cantrill. 8vo, Kidderminster, pp. 37–39.

1895 (c).—On the Occurrence of Sphenopteris communis, Lesqx. in Britain. Proc. Roy. Phys. Soc. Edinburgh, vol. xiii, pl. i, pp. 87–90.

1896 (a).—On the Fossil Flora of the Yorkshire Coal-Field. Tr Trans. Roy. Soc. Edinburgh, vol. xxxviii, pt. 2 (no. 5), pls. i–iii, pp. 203–223.

1896 (b).—The Yorkshire Carboniferous Flora. (Fifth Report). Trans. Yorkshire Naturalists' Union, part 19, pp. 129–144.

1896 (c).—On Sigillaria Brardii, Brongt., and its Variations. Pr Proc. Roy. Phys. Soc. Edinburgh, vol. xiii, pl. vii, pp. 233–246.

1896 (d).—(With J. S. Stirling). The Flora of Stirlingshire. Trans. Stirling Nat. Hist. and Archaeol. Soc., vol. xvii, pp. 137–138.

1897 (a).—(With J. S. Stirling). The Flora of Stirlingshire. Trans. Stirling Nat. Hist. and Archaeol. Soc., vol. xix, pp. 103–106.

1897 (b).—Additional Records and Notes on the Fossil Flora of the Potteries Coal-Field, North Staffordshire. Trans. North Staffordshire Field Club, vol. xxxi, pp. 127–133.

1897 (c).—On the Fossil Flora of the Yorkshire Coal-Field. (Second Paper). Trans. Roy. Soc. Edinburgh, vol. xxxix, pt. 1 (no. 5), pls. i–iii, pp. 33–62.

1897 (d).—Note on the Occurrence of Palaeoxyris Brongniart in Yorkshire. The Naturalist, 1897, p. 370.

1897 (e).—On Cryptoxylon Forfarense, a New Species of Fossil Plant from the Old Red Sandstone. Proc. Roy. Phys. Soc. Edinburgh, vol. xiii, pls. viii, ix, pp. 360–363.

1898 (a).—(With J. S. Stirling). Moss new to Britain. (Tortula inermis.), (Note.) Annals of Scottish Nat. Hist., vol. vii, p. 243.

1898 (b).—List of Fossil Plants found in Arran. 'Summary of Progress' for 1897, (Mem. Geol. Sure.), p. 122.

1898 (c).—The Yorkshire Carboniferous Flora. (Sixth Report.) Trans. Yorkshire Naturalists' Union, part. 21, pp. 147–176.

1898 (d).—(With J. S. Stirling.) The Flora of Stirlingshire. Tr Trans. Stirling Nat. Hist. and Archaeol. Soc., vol. xx, pp. 134135.

1899.—(With J. S. Stirling.) The Flora of Stirlingshire. Trans. Stirling Nat. Hist. and Archaeol. Soc., vol. xxi, p. 166.

1900 (a).—(With J. S. Stirling.) The Flora of Stirlingshire. Trans. Stirling Nat. Hist. and Archaeol. Soc., vol. xxii, p. 67.

1900 (b).—(With J. S. Stirling.) Stirlingshire Mosses. Trans. Stirling Nat. Hist. and Archaeol. Soc., vol. xxii, p. 68 and Appendix, pp. 1–5.

1900 (c).—(With D. White and others.) Report on Riversdale and Harrington River Plants. Summary Report of the Geological Department for 1899. (Geol. Survey of Canada), pp. 201–204.

1900 (d).—Flora of the Coal Measures. Re Report Brit. Assoc. Adv. Sci. (Bradford 1899), p. 746.

1900 (e).—List of Fossil Plants in General List of Fossils. 'Geology of Central and Western Fife and Kinross ' (Mem. Geol. Sure.), pp. 63, 216–219.

1901 (a).—Carboniferous Lycopods and Sphenophylls. Trans. Nat. Hist. Soc. Glasgow, vol. vi. (N.S.), pp. 25–140.

1901 (b).—The Flora of the Carboniferous Period. (First Paper). Proc. Yorkshire Geol. and Polytechnic Soc., vol. xiv, pt. 2, pls. xxv–xxxvii, pp. 189–229.

1901 (c).—The Carboniferous Fossil Plants of the Clyde Basin. Br Brit. Assoc. Handbook on the Natural History of Glasgow and

the West of Scotland, pp. 468–476.

1901 (d).—Notes on Carboniferous Plants from Berwickshire. 'Summary of Progress' for 1900 (Mem. Geol. Surv.), pp. 174–175.

1901 (e).—Some Fossil Plants Collected from the Ayrshire Coalfield by Mr. A. Sinclair. An Annals Kilmarnock Glenfield Ramblers Soc., 1901–1904, vol. iv, pp. 14–15.

1901 (f).—Flora of the Coal Measures. Geol. Mag., dec. 4, vol. viii, p. 29.

1902 (a).—List of Fossil Plants in 'General List of Fossils.'Geology of Eastern Fife ' (Mem. Geol. Sure.), pp. 358–360.

1902 (b).—Notes on the Fossil Plants of the Old Red Sandstone of Scotland. 'Geology of Lower Strathspey ' (Sheet 85, Scotland), (Mein. Ge Geol. Sure.), p. 83.

1902 (c).—Report of Fossil Plants from the Calciferous Sandstones of the Berwickshire border. 'Summary of Progress ' for 1901 (Mem. Geol. Sure.), pp. 179–180.

1902 (d).—The Flora of the Carboniferous Period. (Second Paper.) Pr Proc. Yorkshire Geol. and Polytechnic Soc., vol. xiv, pt. 3, pls. li–lxv, pp. 344–399.

1903 (a).—Notes on some Fossil Plants from the Arigna Mines.-Collected by Mr. Joseph Ryans. Irish Naturalist, vol. xii, pp. 92–95.

1903 (b).—List of Fossil Plants in General List of Fossils. Ge Geology of North Arran, South Bute and the Cumbraes, with part of Ayrshire and Kintyre ' (Sheet 21, Scotland), (Mem. Geol. Sure.), pp. 156–157.

1903 (c).—Lists of Fossil Plants. (i) From the Campbeltown Coal-field. (ii) From the Calciferous Sandstone Series of Fife. (iii) From the neighbourhood of Cockburnspath, Berwickshire. 'Summary of Progress ' for 1902 (Mem. Geol. Sure), pp. 130–137.

1903 (d).—The Fossil Plants from the Canonbie Coal-Field. Su Summary of Progress' for 1902 (Mem. Geol. Sure.), pp. 209–216.

1903 (e).—The Fossil Plants of the Carboniferous Rocks of Canonbie, Du Dumfriesshire, and of parts of Cumberland and Northumberland. Trans. Roy. Soc. Edinburgh, vol. xl, pt. 4 (No. 31), pls. i–v, pp. 741–833.

1903 (f).—On the Fructification of Neuropteris heterophylla, Brongniart. (Abstract.) Proc. Roy. Soc. London, ser. B, vol. lxxii, p. 487.

1904 (a).—On the Fructification of Neuropteris heterophylla, Brongniart. Phil. Trans. Roy. Soc. London, ser. B, vol. cxcvii, pl. i, pp. 1–5.

1904 (b).—(With R. H. Traquair.) List of Plants and Fishes from the Ro Roslin Sandstone Series. 'Summary of Progress ' for 1903 (Mem. Geol. Surv.), pp. 119–120.

1905 (a).—On the Divisions and Correlation of the Upper Portion of the Coal-Measures, with special reference to their Development in the Midland Counties of England. Quart. Journ. Geol. Soc., vol. lxi, pp. 308–321.

1905 (b).—On the Internal Structure of Sigillaria elegans of Brongniart's Histoire des Vegetaux fossiles.'Trans. Roy. Soc. Edinburgh, vol. xli, pt. 3 (no. 23), pls. i–iii, pp. 533–550.

1905 (c).—Preliminary Note on the Occurrence of Microsporangia in Organic Connection with the Foliage of Lyginodendron. Proc. Roy. Soc. London, ser. B, vol. lxxvi, pl. vi, pp. 358–360.

1906 (a).—On the Microsporangia of Pteridosperms. (Abstract.) Pr Proc. Roy. Soc. London, ser. B, vol. lxxvii, pp. 161–2.

1906 (b).—On the Microsporangia of the Pteridospermeae, with Remarks on their Relationship to Existing Groups. Phil. Trans. Roy. Soc. London, ser. B, vol. cxcviii, pls. xxv–xxviii, pp. 413–445.

1907 (a).—(With D. T. Gwynne-Vaughan.) On the Fossil Osmundaceae. Part I. Trans. Roy. Soc. Edinburgh, vol. xlv, pls. i–vi, pp. 759–780.

1907 (b).—Preliminary Note on the Internal Structure of Sigillaria mamillaris, Brongniart, and Sigillaria scutellata, Brongniart. Proc. Roy. Soc. Edinburgh, vol. xxvii, pt. 3 (no. 21), text figs. 1,2, pp. 203–206.

1907 (c).—Note on a New Species of Lepidodendron from Pettycur (Lepidodendron Pettycurense). Proc. Roy. Soc. Edinburgh, vol. xxvii, pt. 3 (no. 22), text fig., pp. 207–209.

1908 (a).—List of Fossil Plants from the " Red Beds " about 50 fathoms from the surface, passed through in sinking the shaft of the Barony Pit, at Oldbyres Farm, about 1 I miles West of Auchinleck, Ayrshire. Summary of Progress' for 1907 (Mem. Geol. Surv.), pp. 112–113.

1908 (b).—(With D. T. Gwynne-Vaughan.) On the Fossil Osmundaceae. Part II. Trans. Roy. Soc. Edinburgh, vol. xlvi, pt. 2 (no. 9), pls. i–iv, pp. 213–232.

1908 (c).—(With D. T. Gwynne-Vaughan.) On the Origin of the adaxiallycurved Leaf-trace in the Filicales. Proc. Roy. Soc. Edinburgh, vol. xxviii, pt. 6 (no. 29), text fig., pp. 433–436.

1908 (d).—On a New Species of Dineuron and of Botryopteris from Pettycur, Fife. Tr Trans. Roy. Soc. Edinburgh, vol. xlvi, pt. 2 (no. 16), pl., pp. 361364.

1909 (a).—Note on a small Collection of Fossil plants from No. 2 Diamond Bore, Kirkconnel, Dumfries. 'Summary of Progress ' for 1908 (Mem. Geol. Surv.), p. 76.

1909 (b).—(With D. T. Gwynne-Vaughan.) On the Fossil Osmundaceae. Part III. Trans. Roy. Soc. Edinburgh, vol. xlvi, pt. 3 (no. 23), pls. i–viii, pp. 651–667.

1909 (c).—Notes on Fossil Plants from the Penlan Quartzite. Th The Geology of the South Wales Coal-field, Pt. X, The Country around Carmarthen.' (Sheet 229, England and Wales), (Mem. Geol. Surv.), p. 68.

1910 (a).—(With D. T. Gwynne-Vaughan.) On the Fossil Osmundaceae. Part IV. Trans. Roy. Soc. Edinburgh, vol. xlvii, pt. 3 (no. 17), pls. i–iv, pp. 455–477.

1910 (b).—(With D. T. Gwynne-Vaughan.) On the Ancestry of the Osmundaceae. Report Brit. Assoc. Adv. Sci. (Winnipeg, 1909), p. 665.

1910 (c).—Note on the Petiole of Zygopteris grayi, Will. Annals of Botany, vol. xxiv, no. xciv, pl. xxxiv, pp. 451–455.

1910 (d).—List of Fossil Plants in Genial List of Fossils. The Geology of the Neighbourhood of Edinburgh.' (Sheet 32 with part of 31), (Mem. Geol. Surv.), Second Edition, pp. 384–388.

1910 (e).—Note on Spore-Band ' from the Splint Coal, Sanquhar. Annals Kilmarnock Glenfield Ramblers Society, 1910–1913, vol. vii, p. 77.

1911 (a).—Les Vegetaux houillers recuellis dans le Hainaut Belge et se trouvant dans les Collections du Musee royal d'histoire Naturelle a Bruxelles. Me Mem. Mus. Roy. d'Hist. Nat. de Belgique, vol. iv, pls. i–xxiv, PP. 1–282.

1911 (b).—(With D. T. Gwynne-Vaughan.) On a New Species of Tempshya from Russia. Verhandl. Russ. K. Min. Gesellschaft, Bd. xlviii, pls. i–iii, pp. 1–20.

1911 (c).—Notes on Fossil Plants from Morvern, and from East Kilbride District. 'Summary of Progress' for 1910 (Mem. Geol. Surv.), pp. 28,65–67.

1911 (d).—(With W. J. Jongmans.) Sur la Fructification de Neuropteris obliques, Bgt. Ar Archives Neerland. des Sci. Exactes et Nat., ser. 3 B, vol. i, pl. pp. 25–26.

1912 (a).—Letter to the Secretary, Societe geologique de Belgique. Ann. Soc. geol. de Belgique, vol. xxxix, Bulletin, pp. 214–215.

1912 (b) —(With D. T. Gwynne-Vaughan.) On the Carboniferous Flora of Berwickshire. Part I. Stenomyelon tuedianum, Kidston. Trans. Roy. Soc. Edinburgh, vol. xlviii, pt. 2 (no. 13), pls. i–iv, pp. 263–271.

1912 (c).—Note on Fossil Plants from Garallan Pit sinking, mile S.S.W. of Old Cumnock, Ayrshire. 'Summary of Progress ' for 1911 (Mem. Geol. Surv.), pp. 84–86.

1913.— Note on Fossil Plants from below Cot Castle, on the banks of the Avon Water, and Report on Fossil Plants from the Batsford (or Lower Leamington) Boring, near Moreton-in-Marsh. Summary of Progress' for 1912 (Mem. Geol. Surv.), pp. 73–74, 91.

1914 (a).—On the Fossil Flora of the Staffordshire Coal Fields. Part III. The Fossil Flora of the Westphalian Series of the South Staffordshire Coal Field. Trans. Roy. Soc. Edinburgh, vol. 1, pt. 1 (no. 5), pls. v–xvi, pp. 73–190.

1914 (b).—(With D. T. Gwynne-Vaughan). On the Fossil Osmundaceae. Part V. Trans. Roy. Soc. Edinburgh, vol. 1, pt. 2 (no. 16), pls. xli–xliv pp. 469–480.

1914 (c).—Note on Fossil Plants met with in a boring for Coal at Hemington Somerset. Summary of Progress ' for 1913 (Mem. Geol. Surv.), p. 101.

1914 (d).—List of Fossil Plants from South of Waterwynch. 'The Geology of the South Wales Coalfields, Part XI, The Country around Haverfordwest.' (Sheet 228, England and Wales), (Mem. Geol. Surv.) p. 169.

1915 & 1917 (With W. J. Jongmans). A Monograph of the Calamites of Western Europe. (Flora of the Carboniferous of the Netherlands and Adjacent Regions. By W. J. Jongmans, vol. I.-Mededeel. Rijksops. Delfstof., no. 7). Atlas, pls. i–clviii, 's Gravenhage, 1915 ; Text, pp. 1–207. 's Gravenhage, 1917.

1916 (a).—Contributions to our Knowledge of British Palaeozoic Plants. Part 1. Fossil Plants from the Scottish Coal Measures. Trans. Roy. Soc. Edinburgh, vol. li, pt. 3 (no. 22), pls. i–iii, pp. 709–720.

1916 (b).—The Value of Fossils. In In Chapter X of 'The Economic Geology of the Central Coalfield of Scotland (Area V).' (Mem. Geol. Surv.) p1. xiii, pp. 124127.

1917 (a).—(With others). Report of the Committee for investigating the Lower Carboniferous Flora at Gullane. Geol. Mag., dec. 6, vol. iv, pp. 28–29.

1917 (b).—(With W. H. Lang). On Old Red Sandstone Plants showing Structure from the Rhynie Chert Bed, Aberdeenshire. Part Rhynia Gwynne-Vaughani, Kidston and Lang. 'Trans. Roy. Soc. Edinburgh, vol. li, pt. 3 (no. 24), pls. i–x, pp. 761–784.

1917 (c).—(With T. C. Cantrill and E. E. L. Dixon). The Forest of Wyre and the Titterstone Clee Hill Coal Felds. With an appendix on the Fossil Plants collected from the Core of the Claverley Trial Boring. Trans. Roy. Soc. Edinburgh, vol. li, pt. 4 (no. 27), pls. i–v, pp. 999–1084.

1917 (d).—(See Kidston and Jongmans, ".Calamites," 1915).

1918.— (With W. J. Wilson). Notes on Some Fossil Plants from New Brunswick. Canada Department of Mines. Summary Report, 1917 ; Part F, 1918, pp. 15 F.–17 F.

1919 (a).—List of the Fossil Plants from the Coal Measures of the Borings at Bere Farm, Elham, Folkestone, and Lydden Valley, Kent. 'Summary of Progress ' for 1918 (Mem. Geol. Surv.), Appendix II, pp. 46–49.

1919 (b).—Notes and Lists of Fossil Plants found in Anglesey. The Geology of Anglesey,' vol. 2 (Mem. Geol. Surv.), pp. 662, 664–667.

1920 (a).—(With W. H. Lang). On Old Red Sandstone Plants showing Structure from the Rhynie Chert Bed, Aberdeenshire. Part II. Additional Notes on Rhynia Gwynne-Vaughani, Kidston and Lang ; with Descriptions of Rhynia major, n. sp., and Hornea ligntieri n. g., n. sp. Trans. Roy. Soc. Edinburgh, vol. iii, pt. 3 (no. 24), pls. i–x, pp. 603–627.

1920 (b).—(With W. H. Lang). On Old Red Sandstone Plants showing Structure from the Rhynie Chert Bed, Aberdeenshire. Part Asteroxylon mackiei, Kidston and Lang. Trans. Roy. Soc. Edinburgh, vol. iii, pt. 3 (no. 26), pls. i–xvii, pp. 643–680.

1920 (c).—On the Vascular Plants of the Chert Band of Rhynie, Aberdeenshire. Trans. Geol. Soc. Edinburgh, vol. xi, pp. 257–259.

1921 (a).—(With J. Pringle). List of Fossils from Bank End Borehole, Maryport, and a boring for coal at Yate, Gloucestershire. 'Summary of Progress ' for 1920 (Mem. Geol. Surv.), pp. 90,95.

1921 (b).—(With W. H. Lang). On Old Red Sandstone Plants showing Structure from the Rhynie Chert Bed, Aberdeenshire. Parts IV and V. (Abstract). Proc. Roy. Soc. Edinburgh, vol. lxi, pt. 2 (no. 12), pp. 117,118.

1921 (c).—(With W. H. Lang). On Old Red Sandstone Plants showing Structure from the Rhynie Chert Bed, Aberdeenshire. Part IV Restorations of the Vascular Cryptogams, and Discussion of their bearing on the General Morphology of the Pteridophyta and the Origin of the Organisation of Land-Plants. Trans. Roy. Soc. Edinburgh, vol. lii, pt. 4 (no. 32), pls. iTemplate:Anchor –v, pp. 831–854.

1921 (d).—(With W. H. Lang). On Old Red Sandstone Plants showing Structure from the Rhynie Chert Bed, Aberdeenshire. Part V The Thallophyta occurring in the Peat-Bed ; the Succession of the Plants throughout a Vertical Section of the Bed, and the Conditions of Accumulation and Preservation of the Deposit. Trans. Roy. Soc. Edinburgh, vol. lii, pt. 4 (no. 33), pls. i–x, pp. 855–902.

1922 (a).—List of Fossil Plants from the Upper Carboniferous Rocks of the Northumberland and Durham Coalfield and their bearing on the Age of the Coalfield. 'Summary of Progress ' for 1921 (Mem. Geol. Surv.), Appendix II, pp. 129–145.

1922 (b).—Some Fossil Plants from the Old Red Sandstone at Rhynie. Trans. Stirling Nat. Hist. and Archaeol. Soc., vol. xlv, pp. 10, 11.

1923 (a).—Note on Plant-Remains from the Middle Old Red Sandstone Area occurring in Sheet 84. The Geology of the Lower Findhorn and Lower Strath Nairn. (Sheet 84 and part of 94, Scotland), (Mem. Geol. Sun.), pp. 113–115.

1923 (b).—Fossil Plants of the Carboniferous Rocks of Great Britain. (Mem. Geol. Surv.), Palaeontology, vol. Part 1. pls. i–xxii, pp. 1–110. (April, 1923) ; Part 2. pls. xxiii–xlvii, pp. 111–197. (May, 1923) ; Part 3. pls. xlviii–lxviii, pp. 199–274. (August, 1923) ; Part 4. pls. lxix–xci, pp. 275–375. (December, 1923).

1923 (c).—Fossil Plants in the Northumberland and Durham Coalfield. Colliery Guardian, vol. cxxv, p. 327.

1923 (d).—(With W. H. Lang). Notes on Fossil Plants from the Old Red Sandstone of Scotland. I. Hicklingia edwardi K. and L. Trans. Roy. Soc. Edinburgh, vol. liii, pt. 2 (no. 20), pl., pp. 405–407 .

1923 (e).—(With W. H. Lang). On Palaeopitys milleri, M'Nab. Trans. Roy. Soc. Edinburgh, vol. liii, pt. 2 (no. 21), pls. i, pp. 409–417.

1924 (a).—(With W. H. Lang). On the Presence of Tetrads of Resistant Spores in the Tissue of Sporocarpon furcatuin, Dawson, from the Upper Devonian of America. Trans. Roy. Soc. Edinburgh, vol. liii, pt. 3 (no. 28), pl. liii, pp. 597–601.

1924 (b).—(With W. H. Lang). Notes on Fossil Plants from the Old Red Sandstone of Scotland. II. Nematophyton forfarense, Kidston sp. III. On Two Species of Pachytheca (P. media and P. fasciculata) based on the Characters of the Algal Filaments. Trans. Roy. Soc. Edinburgh, vol. liii, pt. 3 (no. 29), pls. i, pp. 603–614.

1924 (c).—Fossil Plants of the Carboniferous Rocks of Great Britain. (Mem. Geol. Surv.), Palaeontology, vol. ii. Part 5, pls. xcii–cxxii, pp. 377–522. (December, 1924).

1925 (a).—Fossil Plants of the Carboniferous Rocks of Great Britain. (Mem. Geol. Surv.), Palaeontology, vol. ii. Part 6, pp. 523–681, pls. cxxiii–cliii. Index. Title-page, etc. (pp. i–xii). (December 1925).

1925 (b).—List of Fossil Plants from a pit sinking in County Durham. 'Summary of Progress ' for 1925 (Mem. Geol. Surv.), pp. 176–177.

1926.— The Value of Fossils. In Chapter X of The Economic Geology of the Central Coalfield of Scotland (Area V), (Mem. Geol. Surv.) Second edition, pl. xiii, pp. 145–147.