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" regions, not only now but as far back as we can clearly trace them in the past; and, secondly, of the existing radical diversity of the Australian region from the rest of the Eastern Hemisphere. Owing to the much greater extent of the old "
THE GEOGRAPHICAL DISTRIBUTION OF ANIMALS. - Page 159
by ALFRED RUSSEL WALLACE - 1876
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The American Naturalist

1877
...would obscure the facts, firstly, of the close relation and parallelism of the Nearctic and Palaearctic regions, not only now, but as far back as we can clearly...hemisphere. Owing to the much greater extent of the old Palaearctic region (including our Oriental) and the greater diversity of Mammalia it appears to have...
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The American Naturalist

1877
...firstly, of the close relation and parallelism of the Nearctic and Palaearctic regions, not only now, bat as far back as we can clearly trace them in the past...hemisphere. Owing to the much greater extent of the old Palœarctic region (including our Oriental) and the greater diversity of Mammalia it appears to have...
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THE AMERICAN NATURALIST

A.S. PACKARD, JR. - 1877
...firstly, of the close relation and llelism of the Nearctic and Palsearctic regions, not only now, is far back as we can clearly trace them in the past; and . XI. — KO. 3. 11 secondly, of the existing radical diversity of the Australian region from the rest...
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Foundations of Biogeography: Classic Papers with Commentaries, 1–4. osa

Mark V. Lomolino, Dov F. Sax, James H. Brown, International Biogeography Society, National Center for Ecological Analysis and Synthesis - 2004 - 1291 lehte
...obscure the facts—firstly, of the close relation and parallelism of the Nearctic and Palaearctic regions, not only now but as far back as we can clearly...Australian region from the rest of the Eastern Hemisphere." The above conclusions of Wallace were arrived at on the basis of vertebrate distribution patterns,...
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Foundations of Biogeography: Classic Papers with Commentaries, 5–8. osa

Mark V. Lomolino, James H. Brown - 2004 - 1291 lehte
...obscure the facts—firstly, of the close relation and parallelism of the Nearctic and Palaearctic regions, not only now but as far back as we can clearly...Australian region from the rest of the Eastern Hemisphere." The above conclusions of Wallace were arrived at on the basis of vertebrate distribution patterns,...
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