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" ... so completely intermediate between the anserine birds on the one side, and the storks and herons on the other, that it can be ranged with neither of these groups, but must stand as the type of a division by itself. "
The Geographical Distribution of Animals: With a Study of the Relations of ... - Page 362
by Alfred Russel Wallace - 1876
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The Proceedings of the Scientific Meetings of the Zoological Society of London

Zoological Society of London - 1867
...no intrinsic muscles (? Palamedea). 2. The AMIMH Mourn K. The genus Phanicopterus is so completely intermediate between the Anserine birds on the one side, and the Storks aud Herons on * X»)v, a goose; •.•/<>(, on both sides ; IleXapyAs, a stork ; Dyspoms, a generic...
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The Geographical Distribution of Animals: With a Study of the ..., 2. köide

Alfred Russel Wallace - 1876
...ETHIOPIAN SUB-REGIONS. ORIENTAL SUB-REGIONS. AUSTRALIAN SUB-UEOIONS. BOB-UeiOHB. 1 - 3 . A -.-- 1.2.3.4 . intermediate between the Anserine birds on the one...as a rule, are birds of very wide distribution, the ftnir largest families Kallidae, Scolopacidae, Charadriidse, and Ardeidse, being quite cosmopolitan,...
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Bulletin of the Nuttall Ornithological Club, 6. köide

Nuttall Ornithological Club - 1881
...between Ciconia and Tantalus. Prof. Huxley says " the genus Pheenicoptertts is so completely intermixed between the Anserine birds on the one side and the Storks and Herons on the other, that it can be ranged with neither of these groups, but must stand as a division by itself." In this...
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Science, 14. köide

John Michels (Journalist) - 1889
...most distinguished of zoologists have insisted that the position of the flamingo was " so completely intermediate between the anserine birds on the one side, and the storks and herons on the other, that it can be ranged with neither of these groups, but must stand as the type of a division by itself."...
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The Encyclopaedia Britannica: A Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, and ..., 9. köide

1888
...agreed upon it Professor Hurley (Proc. Zool. Sx., 1867, p. 460) considera the form " во completely intermediate between the Anserine birds on the one side, and the Storks and Herons on the other, that it can be ranged with neither."' And he puts 1 In Greece and Аыа Minor, howerer, UU rare, ftnd...
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A Dictionary of Birds, 1–2. osa

Alfred Newton, Hans Gadow - 1893 - 1212 lehte
...group of DESMOGNATH.E, which consists of the genus Phcenicoptems (FLAMINGO), as being "so completely intermediate between the Anserine birds on the one side, and the Storks and Herons on the other, that it can be ranged with neither of these groups, but must stand as the type of a division by itself."...
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The New Werner Twentieth Century Edition of the Encyclopaedia ..., 9. köide

1907
...agreed upon it. Professor Huxley (Proc. Zool. Soc., 1867, p. 460) considers the form "so completely intermediate between the Anserine birds on the one side, and the Storks and Herons on the other, that it can be ranged with neither." ' And he put« it by itself as the type of a group Amphimorphae...
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The Origin and Evolution of Birds

Alan Feduccia, Professor Alan Feduccia - 1999 - 466 lehte
...1867 that "the genus Phoenicopterus is so completely intermediate between the anserine birds [ducks] on the one side, and the storks and herons on the other, that it can be ranged with neither of these groups, but must stand as the type of a division by itself"...
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