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" ... part of the web was broken. and two small birds, finches, were entangled in the pieces; they were about the size of the English siskin, and I judged the two to be male and female. One of them was quite dead; the other lay under the body of the spider... "
The Naturalist on the River Amazons: A Record of Adventures, Habits of ... - Page 655
by Henry Walter Bates - 1880 - 774 lehte
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The Natural History Review, 13–16. number

1864
...dead ; the other lay under the body of the spider, not quite dead, and was smeared with the filthy liquor or saliva exuded by the monster. I drove away...and took the birds, but the second one soon died." Should a second edition of M. Simon's work be called for, wo would recommend him to substitute the...
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The Quarterly Review, 118. köide

1865
...exuded by tho monster. I drove away tho spider and took the birds, but the second one soon died. Tho fact of species of Mygale sallying forth at night,...been recorded long ago by Madame Merian and Palisot do Beauvois ; but, in the absence of any confirmation, it has come to be discredited. From the way...
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The Quarterly Review

William Gifford, Sir John Taylor Coleridge, John Gibson Lockhart, Whitwell Elwin, William Macpherson, William Smith, Sir John Murray (IV), Rowland Edmund Prothero (Baron Ernle) - 1865
...quite dead, the other lay under the body of the spider not quite dead, and was smeared with the filthy liquor or saliva exuded by the monster. I drove away...but the second one soon died. The fact of species of Mygalo sallying forth at night, mounting trees and sucking the eggs and young of humming-birds, has...
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The Living Age, 87. köide

1865
...quite dead, the other lay under the body of the spider not quite dead, and was smeared with the filthy liquor or saliva exuded by the monster. I drove away...took the birds, but the second one soon died. The fuct of species of Mygale sallying forth at night, mounting trees and sucking the eggs and young of...
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Homes without hands, a description of the habitations of animals

John George Wood - 1865
...dead, and the other lay under the body of the spider, not quite dead, and was smeared with the filthy liquor or saliva exuded by the monster. I drove away...and took the birds, but the second one soon died. ... I found the circumstance to be quite a novelty to the residents hereabout." One of these spiders,...
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Catholic World, 2. köide

1866
...quite dead, the other lay under the body of the spider not quite dead, and was smeared with the filthy liquor or saliva exuded by the monster. I drove away...recorded long ago by Madame Merian and Palisot de Beauvois ; but, in the absence of any confirmation, it has come to be discredited. From the way the...
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Oregon and Eldorado: Or, Romance of the Rivers [Columbia and Amazon]

Thomas Bulfinch - 1866 - 464 lehte
...monster. I drove away the spider, and took the birds ; but the second one soon died. The fact of a species of mygale sallying forth at night, mounting...recorded long ago by Madame Merian and Palisot de Beauvois ; but, in the absence of any as confirmation, it has come to be discredited. From the way...
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Oregon and Eldorado: Or, Romance of the Rivers [Columbia and Amazon]

Thomas Bulfinch - 1866 - 464 lehte
...quite dead; the other lay under the body of the spider, not quite dead, and was smeared with the filthy liquor, or saliva, exuded by the monster. I drove...the birds; but the second one soon died. The fact of a species of mygale sallying forth at night, mounting trees, and sucking the eggs and young of hummingbirds,...
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Homes Without Hands: Being a Description of the Habitations of Animals ...

John George Wood - 1866 - 651 lehte
...dead, and the other lay under the body of the spider, not quite dead, and was smeared with the filthy liquor or saliva exuded by the monster. I drove away...and took the birds, but the second one soon died. ... I found the circumstance to be quite a novelty to the residents hereabout." One of these spiders,...
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Homes Without Hands: Being a Description of the Habitations of Animals ...

John George Wood - 1866 - 651 lehte
...dead, and the other lay under the body of the spider, not quite dead, and was smeared with the filthy liquor or saliva exuded by the monster. I drove away...and took the birds, but the second one soon died. ... I found the circumstance to be quite a novelty to the residents hereabout." One of these spiders,...
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