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" ... part of its natural history. We require also to know its exact range at the present day and in prehistoric times, and to have some knowledge of its geological age, the place of its earliest appearance on the globe, and of the various extinct forms... "
Bulletin of the United States Geological and Geographical Survey of the ... - Page 325
by Geological and Geographical Survey of the Territories (U.S.) - 1878
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The Geographical Distribution of Animals: With a Study of the ..., 1. köide

Alfred Russel Wallace - 1876 - 503 lehte
...of its earliest appearance on the globe, and of the various extinct forms most nearly allied to it. To those who accept the theory of development as worked...diversity, is the fact that most frequently puzzles us. The more accurate knowledge we have of late years obtained of the productions of many remote regions,...
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The Geographical Distribution of Animals: With a Study of the ..., 1. köide

Alfred Russel Wallace - 1876 - 503 lehte
...of its earliest appearance on the globe, and of the various extinct forms most nearly allied to it. To those who accept the theory of development as worked...diversity, is the fact that most frequently puzzles us. The more accurate knowledge we have of late years obtained of the productions of many remote regions,...
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THE GEOGRAPHICAL DISTRIBUTION OF ANIMALS

ALFRED RUSSEL WALLACE - 1876
...of its earliest appearance on the globe, and of the various extinct forms most nearly allied to it. To those who accept the theory of development as worked...similarity, not their diversity, is the fact that niost frequently puzzles us. The more accurate knowledge we have of late years obtained of the productions...
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Annual Record of Science and Industry

Spencer Fullerton Baird - 1876
...most nearly allied to it. To those who accept the theory of development as worked out by Mr. Dai-win, and the views as to the general permanence and immense...their productions ; but rather that they should have any thing in common. Their similarity, not their diversity, is the fact that most frequently puzzles...
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Nature, 14. köide

Sir Norman Lockyer - 1876
...as worked out by Mr. Darwin, \ their diversity, is the~fact that most frequently puz and the vie ws as to the general permanence and immense antiquity...continents and oceans so ably developed by Sir Charles I.yell, it ceases to be a matter of Yet, in spite of the increased attention paid to 1 by Swainson,...
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Bulletin of the United States Geological and Geographical Survey ..., 4. köide

1878
...the difference in size and configuration of the two areas. The Old World intertropical land-surface is not only several times greater than the American...diversity, is the fact that most frequently puzzles П8.»» In the foregoing remarks, no reference has been made to Madagascar or to* Australia, for the...
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The Geographical Distribution of the Mammalia: Considered in Relation to the ...

Joel Asaph Allen - 1878 - 377 lehte
...environing circumstances, originating geologically far back iu the history of these several laud-masses. As Mr. Wallace has remarked, — "To those who accept...tropics of Africa, Asia, and America should differ iu their productions, but rather that they should have anything in common. Their similarity, not their...
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Nature, 14. köide

Sir Norman Lockyer - 1876
...of its earliest appearance on the globe, and of the various extinct forms most nearly allied to it. To those who accept the theory of development as worked...ceases to be a matter of surprise that the tropics ot Africa, Asia, and America should differ in their productions, but rather that they should have anything...
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