The Geographical Distribution of Animals: With a Study of the Relations of Living and Extinct Faunas as Elucidating the Past Changes of the Earth's Surface, 2. köide
Harper and brothers, 1876
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9 sp abundant affinities allied Amazonia animals Antilles Arctic Australian region AUSTRALIAN SUB-REGIONS belonging birds Bolivia Borneo Brazil Brazil and Bolivia California Canada Celebes Central America Ceylon characteristic Chili China coast Columbia confined Costa Rica Cuba DISTRIBUTION.—The East Eastern Ecuador Eocene Ethiopian ORIENTAL Ethiopian region ETHIOPIAN SUB-REGIONS extending extinct fauna forests fossil fresh-water fishes genera genus Guatemala Guiana Guinea Hayti Himalayas India inhabits insects Jamaica Japan Java Madagascar Mammalia Mexico Mexico and Guatemala Mexico to Brazil Miocene Nearctic NEARCTIC PALEARCTIC Nearctic region NEARCTIC SUB-REGIONS Neotropical region NEOTROPICAL SUB-REGIONS northern number of species occur Ocean Old World Oriental region ORIENTAL SUB-REGIONs Pacific Palaearctic Palaearctic region PALEARCTIC SUB-REGIONS Paraguay Patagonia peculiar forms peculiar genera peculiar species Peru Philippines Plata Pliocene possesses range remarkable seas South America South Europe southern Sub-family Sumatra Tasmania Trochilidae Tropical America Tropical and South tropical regions Tyrannidae Venezuela West Africa West Indian islands whole region Zealand