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" ... less the crimsons, purples, and yellows of Canada, where the dying foliage rivals, nay, excels, the expiring dolphin in splendour. Unknown the cold sleep of winter ; unknown the lovely awakening of vegetation at the first gentle touch of spring. A... "
The Naturalist in Nicaragua - Page 59
by Thomas Belt - 2005 - 448 lehte
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Tropical Nature and Other Essays

Alfred Russel Wallace - 1878 - 356 lehte
...vegetation at the first gentle touch of spring. A ceaseless round of ever-active life weaves the fairest scenery of the tropics into one monotonous whole,...parts exhibit in detail untold variety and beauty." 1 To the student of nature the vegetation of the tropics will ever be of surpassing interest, whether...
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Natural Selection and Tropical Nature: Essays on Descriptive and Theoretical ...

Alfred Russel Wallace - 1891 - 492 lehte
...vegetation at the first gentle touch of spring. A ceaseless round of ever-active life weaves the fairest scenery of the tropics into one monotonous whole,...parts exhibit in detail untold variety and beauty." 1 To the student of nature the vegetation of the tropics will ever be of surpassing interest, whether...
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The Strand Magazine, 3. köide

George Newnes, Limited - 1892
...vegetation at the first gentle touch of spring. A ceaseless round of ever-active life weaves the fairest scenery of the tropics into one monotonous whole,...the component parts exhibit in detail untold variety of beauty." Siberia is, no doubt, as a rule, somewhat severe and inhospitable, but M. Patrin mentions...
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The Beauties of Nature and the Wonders of the World We Live in

Sir John Lubbock - 1892 - 429 lehte
...vegetation at the first gentle touch of spring. A ceaseless round of everactive life weaves the fairest scenery of the tropics into one monotonous whole,...the component parts exhibit in detail untold variety of beauty." Siberia is no doubt as a rule somewhat severe and inhospitable, but M. Patrin mentions...
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The London Quarterly Review, 51. köide

William Lonsdale Watkinson, William Theophilus Davison - 1879
...sheltered in its decadence by a graceful drapery. A ceaseless round of ever-active h'fe weaves the fairest scenery of the tropics into one monotonous whole,...parts exhibit in detail untold variety and beauty. Very curious are the relations found to exist between ants and vegetation. In the Malay Islands are...
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