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" ... This frontal eye is totally wanting in the other workers, and is not known in any other kind of ant. The apparition of these strange creatures from the cavernous depths of the mine reminded me, when I first observed them, of the Cyclopes of Homeric... "
The Naturalist on the River Amazons: A Record of Adventures, Habits of ... - Page 629
by Henry Walter Bates - 1880 - 774 lehte
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Zoologist: A Monthly Journal of Natural History

1863
...I first observed them, of the Cyclopes of Homeric fable. They were not very pugnacious, as I feared they would be, and I had no difficulty in securing...Formicarium or ant-colony, and all the varied' activity of ant life, are directed to one main purpose, — the perpetuation and dissemination of the species....
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The Living Age, 87. köide

1865
...them, of the Cyclopes of Homeric fable. They were not very pugnacious, as I feared they would be, and 1 had no difficulty in securing a few with my fingers. I never saw them under any other eircnmstances than those here related, and what their special functions may be I cannot divine." The...
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Homes without hands, a description of the habitations of animals

John George Wood - 1865
...I first observed them, of the Cyclopes of Homeric fable. They were not very pugnacious, as I feared they would be, and I had no difficulty in securing a few with my lingers. I never saw them under any other circumstances than those here related, and what their special...
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Homes Without Hands: Being a Description of the Habitations of Animals ...

John George Wood - 1866 - 632 lehte
...I first observed them, of the Cyclopes of Homeric fable. They were not very pugnacious, as I feared they would be, and I had no difficulty in securing...their special functions may be I cannot divine." The subterranean galleries which these creatures form are of almost incredible extent — so vast, indeed,...
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Homes Without Hands: Being a Description of the Habitations of Animals ...

John George Wood - 1866 - 651 lehte
...I first observed them, of the Cyclops of Homeric fable. They were not very pugnacious, as I feared they would be, and I had no difficulty in securing...related, and what their special functions may be I can not divine." The subterranean galleries which these creatures form are of almost incredible extent...
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Homes Without Hands: Being a Description of the Habitations of Animals ...

John George Wood - 1866 - 651 lehte
...I first observed them, of the Cyclops of Homeric fable. They were not very pugnacious, as I feared they would be, and I had no difficulty in securing...related, and what their special functions may be I can not divine." The subterranean galleries which these creatures form are of almost incredible extent...
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Catholic World, 2. köide

1866
...I first observed them, of the Cyclopes of Homeric fable. They were not very pugnacious, as I feared they would be, and I had no difficulty in securing a few with my fingers. I never saw them under any circumstances than those here related, and what their special functions may be I cannot divine." The...
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HOMES WITHOUT HANDS

J.G WOOD - 1866
...observed them, of the€yclopes of Homeric fable. They were not very pugnacious, as I feared they ^vould be> and I had no difficulty in securing a few with my fingers. I nevet saw them under any other circumstances than those here -related,' ind what their special functions...
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The Naturalist on the River Amazons: A Record of Adventures, Habits of ...

Henry Walter Bates - 1880 - 774 lehte
...Homeric fable. ' They were not very pugnacious, as I feared . they -would be, and I lad no dimculty_jn 'Securing a few with my fingers. I never saw them...dissemination of the species. Most of the labor which we see performed by the workers has for its end the sustenance and welfare of the young brood, which are helpless...
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The Naturalist on the River Amazons: A Record of Adventures, Habits of ...

Henry Walter Bates - 1880 - 774 lehte
...Homeric fable. They were not very pugnacious, as I feared they would be, and I had no difficulty jn "securing a few with my fingers. I never saw them...may be I cannot divine. The whole arrangement of a Formicnrium, or ant-colony, and all the varied activity of ant-life, are directed to one main purpose...
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