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VII. BY-PATHS IN THE DOMAIN OF BIOLOGY.

BEING AX ADDRESS DELIVERED TO THE BIOLOGICAL SECTION OF THE BRITISH

ASSOCIATION (GLASGOW, SEPTEMBER Ori, 1876) AS PRESIDENT OF THE SECTION,

Introductory Remarks-Ox SOME RELATIONS OF Livixo TuusGS TO THEIR

ExvIROSJEST.--The Intluence of Locality on Colour in Butterflies and Birds--Sense-perception influenced by Colour of the IntegumentsRelations of Insular Plants and Insects-RISE AND PROGRESS OF Moderx Views AS TO TIE ANTIQUITY AND Origin Of Max-Indications of Man's Extreme Antiquity-Antiquity of Intellectual ManSculptures on Easter-Islaud-North American Earthworks--The Great Pyramid-Conclusion

pages 219-303

VIII. Tue DISTRIBUTION OF ANIMALS AS INDICATING GeograPHICAL

CHANGES. Old Opinions on Continental Changes-Theory of Occanic Islands--- Present

and Past Distribution of Land and Sea-Zoological Regions—The Palaearctic Region- The Ethiopian Region - The Oriental Region-Past changes of the Great Eastern Continent-Regions of the New World--Past His. tory of the American Continents—The Australian Region-Summary and Conclusion

pages 301-317

TROPICAL NATURE,

AND OTHER ESSAYS.

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