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" ... distribution has to contend against, is the total absence of geographical collections, and the almost total want of complete and comparable local catalogues. Till every wellmarked district, — every archipelago, and every important island, has all... "
The Geographical Distribution of Animals: With a Study of the Relations of ... - Page 550
by Alfred Russel Wallace - 1876
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The Geographical Distribution of Animals: With a Study of the ..., 2. köide

Alfred Russel Wallace - 1876
...almost total want of complete and comparable local catalogues. Till every wellmarked district,—every archipelago, and every important island, has all its...wanted. Many of the most curious relations between forms and their habitats, are entirely unnoticed, owing to the productions of the same locality never...
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Report of the Annual Meeting, 46. köide

British Association for the Advancement of Science - 1877
...looking upon their range in space and time as an important portion of the earth's history. . . • Till every well-marked district, — every archipelago,...Geographical Distribution of Animals will not be possible." And then he goes on to point out that more than this is wanted: — " Many of the most curious relations...
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Transactions of the Natural History Society of Glascow, 3–4. köide

Natural History Society of Glasgow - 1878
...its known species of the more important groups of animals catalogued on an uniform plan, and with an uniform nomenclature, a thoroughly satisfactory account...geographical distribution of animals will not be possible." Whilst acting on the hint conveyed in this passage, and endeavouring to bring the matter more prominently...
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Foundations of Biogeography: Classic Papers with Commentaries, 5–8. osa

Mark V. Lomolino, James H. Brown - 2004 - 1291 lehte
...archipelago, and every important island, has all its known species of the more important groups of ftm'mfrlq catalogued on a uniform plan, and with a uniform nomenclature,...Many of the most curious relations between animal OAF. HE] 8UMMABIAW WflCLUSiON. 653 form* and their habitats, are entirely unnoticed, owing to the productions...
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Annals & Magazine of Natural History

1877
...its known species of the more important groups of animals catalogued on an uniform plan and with an uniform nomenclature, a thoroughly satisfactory account...Geographical Distribution of Animals will not be possible." THE following paper is intended as a companion paper to the fuller account published in 'The Ibis'...
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