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" ... silk, and is frequently seen in the narrow alleys of the forest, suspended from the extreme tip of an outstanding leaf by a strong silken thread, five or six inches in length. It forms a very conspicuous object, hanging thus in mid-air. The glossy... "
The Naturalist on the River Amazons: A Record of Adventures, Habits of ... - Page 756
by Henry Walter Bates - 1880 - 774 lehte
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Homes without hands, a description of the habitations of animals

John George Wood - 1865
...rose-coloured silk, and is frequently seen in the narrow alleys of the forest, suspended from the extreme tip of an outstanding leaf by a strong silken thread,...doubly secure against their attacks, the apparatus giving way when they peck at it. There is a small orifice at each end of the egg-shaped bag, to admit...
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Homes Without Hands: Being a Description of the Habitations of Animals ...

John George Wood - 1866 - 651 lehte
...rose-colored silk, and is frequently seen in the narrow alleys of the forest, suspended from the extreme tip of an outstanding leaf by a strong silken thread,...doubly secure against their attacks, the apparatus giving way when they peck at it. There is a small orifice at each end of the egg-shaped bag, to admit...
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HOMES WITHOUT HANDS

J.G WOOD - 1866
...rose-coloured silk, and is frequently seen in the narrow alleys of the forest, suspended from the extreme tip of an outstanding leaf by a strong silken thread,...doubly secure against their attacks, the apparatus giving way when they peck at it. There is a small orifice at each end of the egg-shaped bag, to admit...
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Homes Without Hands: Being a Description of the Habitations of Animals ...

John George Wood - 1866 - 651 lehte
...rose-colored silk, and is frequently seen in the narrow alleys of the forest, suspended from the extreme tip of an outstanding leaf by a strong silken thread,...liable to be torn by the beaks of insectivorous birds, whrle its pendulous position makes it doubly secure against their attacks, the apparatus giving way...
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Homes Without Hands: Being a Description of the Habitations of Animals ...

John George Wood - 1866 - 632 lehte
...rose-coloured silk, and is frequently seen in the narrow alleys of the forest, suspended from the extreme tip of an outstanding leaf by a strong silken thread,...inches in length. It forms a very conspicuous object, banging thus in mid-air. The glossy threads with which it is knitted are stout, and the structure is...
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Appletons' Journal, 13. köide

1875
...sparrow's-epg. woven in broad meshes of buff or rose colored silk, suspended from ihe extreme tip ol an outstanding leaf by a strong silken thread, five or six inches in length. Choosing a branch which reaches out and across one of the narrow and secluded alleys of the forest,...
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The Naturalist on the River Amazons: A Record of Adventures, Habits of ...

Henry Walter Bates - 1880 - 774 lehte
...-colored silk, and is frequently seen in the narrow alleys of the forest, suspended from tbe extreme tip of an outstanding leaf by a strong silken thread...doubly secure against their attacks, the apparatus giving way when they peck ut it. There is a small orifice at each end of the egg-shaped bag, to admit...
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The Naturalist on the River Amazons: A Record of Adventures, Habits of ...

Henry Walter Bates - 1880 - 774 lehte
...-colored silk, and is frequently seen in the narrow alleys of the forest, suspended from the extreme tip of an outstanding leaf by a strong silken thread...knitted are stout, and the structure is therefore uot liable to be turn by the beaks of insectivorous birds, while its pendulous position makes it doubly...
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Homes Without Hands: Being a Description of the Habitations of Animals ...

John George Wood - 1892 - 632 lehte
...rose-coloured silk, and is frequently seen in the narrow alleys of the forest, suspended from the extreme tip of an outstanding leaf by a strong silken thread,...doubly secure against their attacks, the apparatus giving way when they peck at it. There is a small orifice at each end of the egg-shaped bag, to admit...
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The Naturalist on the River Amazons, 2. köide

Henry Walter Bates - 2004 - 423 lehte
...rose-coloured silk, and is frequently seen in the narrow alleys of the forest, suspended from the extreme tip of an outstanding leaf by a strong silken thread...liable to be torn by the beaks of insectivorous birds, whilst its pendulous position makes it doubly secure against their attacks, the apparatus giving way...
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