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" probably formed part of Central America, and may have been united with Yucatan and Honduras in one extensive tropical land. But their separation from the continent ; took place at a remote period, and they have since been broken up into numerous islands,... "
THE GEOGRAPHICAL DISTRIBUTION OF ANIMALS. - Page 81
by ALFRED RUSSEL WALLACE - 1876
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Camps in the Caribbees: The Adventures of a Naturalist in the Lesser Antilles

Frederick Albion Ober - 1880 - 366 lehte
...Wallace: "The West Indian islands have been long isolated and have varied much in extent. Originally, they probably formed part of Central America, and may have been united with Yucatan and Honduras in one GRENADA AND THE GRENADINES. 251 extensive tropical land." These remarks apply to the Greater Antilles,...
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Our West Indian Neighbors: The Islands of the Caribbean Sea, " America's ...

Frederick Albion Ober - 1907 - 433 lehte
...English naturalists, declares that the West Indies have been long isolated, and that " originally they probably formed part of Central America, and may have...Yucatan and Honduras in one extensive tropical land." Years * Lucy Larcom, in " Bermoothes." before him, Humboldt said : " The supposition of an oceanic...
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