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" ... wonderful aye-aye (Chiromys) , the insectivorous Centetidae, and carnivorous Cryptoprocta, among the Mammalia. They speak to us plainly of enormous antiquity, of long-continued isolation, and not less plainly of a lost continent or continental island,... "
THE GEOGRAPHICAL DISTRIBUTION OF ANIMALS - Page 278
by ALFRED RUSSEL WALLACE - 1876
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The Gentleman's Magazine, 253. köide

1882
...plainly of a lost continent or continental island in which so many, and various, and highly organised creatures could have been gradually developed in a connected fauna of which we have here but "Wallace's line" — which passes through a narrow but extremely deep channel — the Straits of Lombok...
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The Geographical Distribution of Animals: With a Study of the ..., 1. köide

Alfred Russel Wallace - 1876 - 503 lehte
...found ; and they fitly associate with the wonderful aye -aye (CMromys), the insectivorous Centetidae, and carnivorous Cryptoprocta among the Mammalia. They...represented the nocturnal and extraordinary aye-aye (Chiromys madayascariensis) to illustrate its peculiar and probably very ancient mammalian fauna ;...
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The Gentleman's Magazine, 253. köide

1882
...plainly of a lost continent or continental island in which so many, and various, and highly organised creatures could have been gradually developed in a...of which we have here but the fragmentary remains." "Wallace's line"—which passes through a narrow but extremely deep channel—the Straits of Lombok—running...
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The Antananarvio Annual and Madagascar Magazine, 3. köide,9–12. number

1885
...found ; and they fitly associate with the wonderful aye-aye (Chiromys) , the insectivorous Centetidae, and carnivorous Cryptoprocta, among the Mammalia....represented the nocturnal and extraordinary aye-aye (Chiromys Madagascar iensis) to illustrate its peculiar, and probably very ancient, mammalian fauna...
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Studies in Life and Sense

Andrew Wilson - 1887 - 354 lehte
...continental island in which so many, and various, and highly-organised creatures could have been L 2 gradually developed in a connected fauna of which we have here but the fragmentary remains." The Oriental region, formerly known as the " Indian" region, possesses boundaries of highly interesting...
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Folklore, 2. köide

Joseph Jacobs, Alfred Trübner Nutt, Arthur Robinson Wright, William Crooke - 1891
...continental island [or archipelago of large islands], in which so many, and various, and peculiarly organised creatures could have been gradually developed in a...of which we have here but the fragmentary remains". Madagascar possesses a considerable number of genera and species of birds peculiar to itself; 35 genera...
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The Antananarvio Annual and Madagascar Magazine, 4. köide,13–16. number

1889
...isolation, and not less plainly of a lost. .. .continental island [or archipelago of large islands], in which so many, and various, and peculiarly organized...of which we have here but the fragmentary remains." Many lists of Madagascar Birds have been published by travellers and naturalists. Flacourt, in his...
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