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" To the modern naturalist, on the other hand, the native country (or 'habitat,' as it is technically termed) of an animal or a group of animals is a matter of the first importance ; and as regards the general history of life upon the globe, may be considered... "
The Geographical Distribution of Animals: With a Study of the Relations of ... - Page 50
by Alfred Russel Wallace - 1876 - 503 lehte
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The Gentleman's Magazine, 253. köide

1882
...the globe. The naturalist of to-day thoroughly Mr Wnllarp's statempnK that " to the older school of on the other hand, the native country (or 'habitat,'...considered to be one of its essential characters." That certain divisions, or " regions," bounded by distinct lines of demarcation, exist to represent...
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Annual Record of Science and Industry

Spencer Fullerton Baird - 1876
...Of the necessity of precise knowledge on the subject of locality they were absolutely incredulous. To the modern naturalist, on the other hand, the native country, or ' habitat,1 as it is technically termed, of an animal or a group of animals is a matter of the first...
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Harper's Magazine, 54. köide

1877
...strangely divergent forms should be produced. The modern naturalist, on the other band, looks upon the native country (or " habitat," as it is technically termed) of an animal or a group of animals as a matter of the first importance. The structure, affinities, and habits of a species now form only...
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The Gentleman's Magazine, 253. köide

1882
...hot countries, and with certain general resemblances, would naturally be related to each other. .... To the modern naturalist, on the other hand, the native...considered to be one of its essential characters." That certain divisions, or " regions," bounded by distinct lines of demarcation, exist to represent...
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The Gentleman's Magazine, 253. köide

1882
...far as climates differed A group of animals was on the other hand, the native country (or 'habitat, 1 as it is technically termed) of an animal or a group...considered to be one of its essential characters." That certain divisions, or " regions," bounded by distinct lines of demarcation, exist to represent...
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Studies in Life and Sense

Andrew Wilson - 1887 - 354 lehte
...live in hot countries, and with certain general resemblances, would naturally be related to each other To the modern naturalist, on the other hand, the native...considered to be one of its essential characters." That certain divisions, or "regions," bounded by distinct lines of demarcation, exist to represent...
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Studies in Life and Sense

Andrew Wilson - 1898 - 354 lehte
...that creatures equally adapted to live in hot countries, and with certain general resemblances, would on the other hand, the native country (or 'habitat,'...considered to be one of its essential characters." naturally be related to each other To the modern naturalist, That certain divisions, or "regions,"...
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Nature, 14. köide

Sir Norman Lockyer - 1876
...abjolutely incredulous. " To the modern naturalist, on the other and," as Mr. Wallace most truly observes, "the native country (or ' habitat ' as it is technically...globe, may be considered to be one of its essential character?. The structure, affinities, and habits of a species, now form only a part of its natural...
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