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" The fact that the higher vertebrates, and even some insects, distinguish what are to us diversities of colour by no means proves that their sensations of colour bear any resemblance whatever to ours. An insect's capacity to distinguish red from blue or... "
Tropical Nature, and Other Essays - Page 186
by Alfred Russel Wallace - 1878 - 356 lehte
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Macmillan's Magazine, 36. köide

1877
...totally distinct set of sensations, gradations of ilualitl/, as determined by differences of wave lengths or rate of vibration. At what grade in animal development...means proves that their sensations of colour bear any resemblance whatever to ours. An insect's capacity to distinguish red from blue or yellow may be (and...
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The Popular Science Monthly, 7–12. köide

1878
...also, by a totally distinct set of sensations, gradations of quality, аз determined by differences of wavelengths or rate of vibration. At what grade...insects, distinguish what are to us diversities of color, by no means proves that their xrmations of color bear any resemblance to ours. An insect's capacity...
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The Journal of Science, and Annals of Astronomy, Biology, Geology ..., 15. köide

James Samuelson, Sir William Crookes - 1878
...concomitant of variation in structure, development, and growth. On the colour-sense in animals he remarks " that the higher vertebrates, and even some insects,...distinguish what are to us diversities of colour, but this by no means proves that their sensations of colour bear any resemblance to our own. An insect's...
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The Colour-sense

Grant Allen - 1879 - 282 lehte
...thus sums up his view with regard to the nature- of colour-perception in the lower animals : — " The fact that the higher vertebrates, and even some...means proves that their sensations of colour bear any resemblance whatever to ours. An insect's capacity to distinguish red from blue or yellow may be (and...
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The Colour-sense: Its Origin and Development. An Essay in Comparative Psychology

Grant Allen - 1879 - 282 lehte
...Wallace thus sums up his view with regard to the nature of colour-perception in the lower animals : — " The fact that the higher vertebrates, and even some...means proves that their sensations of colour bear any resemblance whatever to ours. An insect's capacity to distinguish red from blue or yellow may be (and...
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Journal of Morphology, 1. köide

1887
...only at a distance of three or four inches. 1 Mr. Wallace, in Tropical A'ature, p. 238, remarks that " the fact that the higher vertebrates, and even some...insects, distinguish what are to us diversities of color by no means proves that their sensations of color bear any resemblance whatever to ours. An insect's...
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Natural Selection and Tropical Nature: Essays on Descriptive and Theoretical ...

Alfred Russel Wallace - 1891 - 492 lehte
...also, by a totally distinct set of sensations, gradations of quality, as determined by differences of wave-lengths or rate of vibration. At what grade...means proves that their sensations of colour bear any resemblance whatever to ours. An insect's capacity to distinguish red from blue or yellow may be (and...
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The Living Age ..., 135. köide

1877
...also, by a totally distinct set of sensations, gradations of quality, as determined by differences of wave-lengths or rate of vibration. At what grade...insects, distinguish what are to us diversities of color, by no means proves that their sensations of color bear any resemblance whatever to ours. An...
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