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249 On probable ancestral colours of female birds. 255 Protective colouring of the Waxwing.
VIII.— Creation by Law. 293 Amount of variation in dogs. 296, 297. The Times” on Natural Selection. 298 to 300. On intermediate or generalized forms of
extinct animals as an indication of transmuta
tion or development. 302 Tabular demonstration of the Origin of Species by
IX.— The development of Human Races, under
the law of Natural Selection. 316 On colour as perhaps correlated with immunity
from disease in man. 326, 327. On the probable future development of man. 330 Concluding paragraph rewritten.
London, March, 1870.
graphical Distribution of Organisms-Geological Distribution of the
advanced-Conclusion . . . . . . . Pp. 26-41
Test of true and false Theories-Importance of the Principle of Utility
-Popular Theories of Colour in Animals-Importance of Conceal-
tions to Mr. Bates' Theory of Mimicry—Mimicry by Female Insects
Special value of the Diurnal Lepidoptera for inquiries of this Nature-
Question of the rank of the Papilionidæ-Distribution of the Papi-
How Instinct may be best Studied-Definition of Instinct-Does Man
possess Instincts ?-How Indians travel through unknown and track-
Nidification- What the Facts Teach us---Colour more variable than