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" ... divided in the earliest Eocene, and even in Cretaceous times; while we have the strongest proof that South America was peopled from the Nearctic, and Australia and Africa from the Palaearctic region; hence, the Eastern and Western Hemispheres are... "
The Geographical Distribution of Animals: With a Study of the Relations of ... - Page 157
by Alfred Russel Wallace - 1876
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The American Naturalist

1877
...our views — a more fundamental diversity, since we find the northern continent itself so divided in the earliest Eocene and even in Cretaceous times,...close relation and parallelism of the Nearctic and Palaearctic regions, not only now, but as far back as we can clearly trace them in the past ; and YOU...
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The Geographical Distribution of Animals: With a Study of the ..., 2. köide

Alfred Russel Wallace - 1876
...views — a more fundamental diversity ; since we find the northern continent itself so divided iu the earliest Eocene, and even in Cretaceous times...close relation and parallelism of the Nearctic and Palaearctic regions, not only now but as far back as we can clearly trace them in the past ; and, secondly,...
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The Geographical Distribution of Animals: With a Study of the ..., 2. köide

Alfred Russel Wallace - 1876
...our views—a more fundamental diversity ; since we find the northern continent itself so divided in the earliest Eocene, and even in Cretaceous times;...this division, taken by itself, would obscure the facts—firstly, of the close relation and parallelism of the Nearctic and Palaearctic regions, not...
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Foundations of Biogeography: Classic Papers with Commentaries, 5–8. osa

Mark V. Lomolino, James H. Brown - 2004 - 1291 lehte
...our views—a more fundamental diversity; since we find the northern continent itself so divided in the earliest Eocene, and even in Cretaceous times;...this division, taken by itself, would obscure the facts—firstly, of the close relation and parallelism of the Nearctic and Palaearctic regions, not...
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