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" In the one, evolution has had a fair chance; in the other it has had countless difficulties thrown in its way. The equatorial regions are then, as regards their past and present life history, a more ancient world than that represented by the temperate... "
Tropical Nature, and Other Essays - Page 97
by Alfred Russel Wallace - 1878 - 356 lehte
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The American Naturalist, 12. köide

1878
...way. The equatorial regions are then, as regards their past and present life history, a more ancient world than that represented by the Temperate Zones,...infinitely varied and beautiful forms — those wonderful eccentricities of structure, of function, and of instinct — that rich variety of color, and that...
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The American Naturalist, 12. köide

1878
...way. The equatorial regions are then, as regards their past and present life history, a more ancient world than that represented by the Temperate Zones,...resulted in those infinitely varied and beautiful forms—those wonderful eccentricities of structure, of function, and of instinct—that rich variety...
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Harper's Magazine, 58. köide

1879
...way. The equatorial regions are, then, as regards their past and present life history, a more ancient world than that represented by the temperate zones...infinitely varied and beautiful forms, those wonderful eccentricities of structure, of function, and of instinct, that rich variety of color, and that nicely...
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Natural Selection and Tropical Nature: Essays on Descriptive and Theoretical ...

Alfred Russel Wallace - 1891 - 492 lehte
...way. The equatorial regions are then, as regards their past and present life-history, a more ancient world than that represented by the temperate zones,...infinitely varied and beautiful forms — those wonderful eccentricities of structure, of function, and of instinct — that rich variety of colour, and that...
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Natural Selection and Tropical Nature: Essays on Descriptive and Theoretical ...

Alfred Russel Wallace - 1891 - 492 lehte
...way. The equatorial regions are then, as regards their past and present life-history, a more ancient world than that represented by the temperate zones a world in which the laws which have governed the progress^ ive development of life have operated with comparatively little check for countless ages,...
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Genetic and Evolutionary Diversity: The Sport of Nature

Laurence Martin Cook, Robert S. Callow - 1999 - 290 lehte
...way. The equatorial regions are then, as regards their past and present life history, a more ancient world than that represented by the temperate zones,...infinitely varied and beautiful forms - those wonderful eccentricities of structure, of function, and of instinct that rich variety of colour, and that nicely...
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Harper's Magazine, 58. köide

1879
...way. The equatorial regions are, then, as regards their past and present life history, a more ancient world than that represented by the temperate zones...infinitely varied and beautiful forms, those wonderful eccentricities of structure, of function, and of instinct, that rich variety of color, and that nicely...
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