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" Dr. Wallace, who has had such immense experience in breeding Bombyx cynthia, is convinced that the females evince no choice or preference. He has kept above 300 of these moths living... "
Tropical Nature, and Other Essays - Page 201
by Alfred Russel Wallace - 1878 - 356 lehte
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The Quarterly Review, 131. köide

1871
...— vol. ip 400. As to the Bombycidae he adds : — ' The females lie in an almost torpid state, and appear not to evince the least choice in regard to their partners. This is the case with the common silk-moth (B. mori). Dr. Wallace, who has Lad such immense experience...
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The Eclectic Magazine of Foreign Literature, Science, and Art, 14. köide

1871
...— vol. ip 400. As to the Bombycidas he adds : — " The females lie in an almost torpid state, and appear not to evince the least choice in regard to their partners. This is the case with the common silk-moth (B. mori). Dr. Wallace, who has had such immense experience...
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The Living Age ..., 111. köide

1871
...— vol. ip 400. As to the Bombycidae he adds : — " The females lie in an almost torpid slate, and appear not to evince the least choice in regard to their partners. This is the case with the common silk-moth (B. mart). Dr. Wallace, who has had such immense experience...
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The Descent of man, 2. köide

Charles Darwin - 1871
...mouths. The females, as several entomologists have remarked to me, lie in an almost torpid state, and appear not to evince the least choice in regard to their partners. This is the case with the common silk-moth (J5. mori), as I have been told by some Continental and...
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The Descent of Man, and Selection in Relation to Sex, 1. köide

Charles Darwin - 1871 - 475 lehte
...mouths. The females, as several entomologists have remarked to me, lie in an almost torpid state, and appear not to evince the least choice . in regard to their partners. This is the case with the common silk-moth (B. mori), as I have been told by some continental and English...
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The London Quarterly Review, 130–131. köide

1871
...— vol. ip 400. As to the Bombycidie he adds : — ' The females lie in an almost torpid state, and appear not to evince the least choice in regard to their partners. This is the case with the common silk-moth (B. mori). Dr. Wallace, who has had such immense experience...
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The Quarterly Review, 131. köide

1871
...— vol. ip 400. As to the Bombycidae he adds : — ' The females lie in an almost torpid state, and appear not to evince the least choice in regard to their partners. This is the case with the common silk-moth (I?, mori). Dr. Wallace, who has had such immense experience...
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Lessons from Nature, as Manifested in Mind and Matter

St. George Jackson Mivart - 1876 - 462 lehte
...female. He tells us:— As to the Bombycido) he adds :— " The females lie in a torpid state, and appear not to evince the least choice in regard to their partners. This is the case with the common silk-moth (.B. morf). Dr. Wallace, who has had such immense experience...
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Macmillan's Magazine, 36. köide

1877
...rivalry, and many may be seen pursuing or crowding round the same female ; " while in the case of ths silk-moths, " the females appear not to evince the...persevering, wins her. How can there be chance in this Î Natural selection would here act, as in birds, in perpetuating the strongest and most vigorous males,...
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The Journal of Science, and Annals of Astronomy, Biology, Geology ..., 15. köide

James Samuelson, Sir William Crookes - 1878
...in pursuit of a female, who submits herself with indifference to the victor. Mr. Darwin admits that in the case of the silk-moths " the females appear...evince the least choice in regard to their partners." Would not the same rule be found to hold good with any other Lepidopterous insect, if only observed...
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