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" ... this in a subdivision of the earth which is established for the very purpose of expressing such contrasts more clearly and concisely than by ordinary geographical terminology, would be both illogical and inconvenient. The one question then remains,... "
Bulletin of the United States Geological and Geographical Survey of the ... - Page 333
by Geological and Geographical Survey of the Territories (U.S.) - 1878
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THE GEOGRAPHICAL DISTRIBUTION OF ANIMALS

ALFRED RUSSEL WALLACE - 1876
...countries is, on the whole, very strongly marked in the northern hemisphere ; and to refuse to recognise this in a subdivision of the earth which is established...illogical and inconvenient. The one question then remains, whethei Nearctic region should be kept separate, or whether it si form part of the Palsearctie or of...
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The Geographical Distribution of Animals: With a Study of the ..., 1. köide

Alfred Russel Wallace - 1876 - 503 lehte
...countries is, on the whole, very strongly marked in the northern hemisphere ; and to refuse to recognise this in a subdivision of the earth which is established...geographical terminology, would be both illogical and r??*Fr*?T inconvenient. The one question then remains, whether the Nearctic region should be kept separate,...
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The Geographical Distribution of Animals: With a Study of the ..., 1. köide

Alfred Russel Wallace - 1876
...countries is, on the whole, very strongly marked in the northern hemisphere; and to refuse to recognise this in a subdivision of the earth which is established...geographical terminology, would be both illogical and 66 DISTRIBUTION OF ANIMALS. [PABT i. incouvenient. The one question then remains, whether the Nearctic...
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The Geographical Distribution of Animals: With a Study of the ..., 1. köide

Alfred Russel Wallace - 1876 - 503 lehte
...countries is, on the whole, very strongly marked in the northern hemisphere ; and to refuse to recognise this in a subdivision of the earth which is established...clearly and concisely than by ordinary geographical teiminology, would be both illogical and inconvenient. The one question then remains, whether the Nearctic...
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The Geographical Distribution of the Mammalia: Considered in Relation to the ...

Joel Asaph Allen - 1878 - 377 lehte
...30° to 25° ! His divisions as recognized in the text are still more arbitrary and unphilosophic. Mr. Wallace, in his discussion of zoological regions,...question then remains, whether the Nearctic region should bo kept separate or whether it should form part of the Palsearctic or of the Neotropical. Professor...
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Bulletin of the United States Geological and Geographical Survey ..., 4. köide

1878
...more arbitrary and unphilosophic« Mr. Wallace, in his discussion of zoological regions, says,—"The distinction between the characteristic forms of life...geographical terminology, would be both illogical aiid inconvenient. The one question then remains, whether the Nearctic region should be kept separate...
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The Popular Science Monthly, 23. köide

1883
...Palicaretic or EurAsian, and the Neotropical, or South American, regions. The question under discussion is " whether the Nearctic region should be kept separate, or whether it should form part of the Palsearctic or of the Neotropical regions." Eminent authorities differ on the subject. Professor Heilprin...
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Proceedings of the Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia

1883
...imperative. The question affecting the relationship of this region is thus stated by Wallace: •' Whether the Nearctic region should be kept separate, or whether it should form part of the Palaearctic or of the Neotropical regions. Professor Huxley and Mr. Blyth advocate the former course;...
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Proceedings of the Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia, 34. köide

Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia - 1883
...imperative. The question affecting the relationship of this region is thus stated by Wallace : •' Whether the Nearctic region should be kept separate, or whether it should form part of the Palaearctic or of the Neotropical regions. Professor Huxley and Mr. Blyth advocate the former course...
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Evolution and the Diversity of Life: Selected Essays

Ernst Mayr - 1997 - 721 lehte
...southern half in the "Neotropical Region." Wallace himself thought (1876:66) that it was a question "whether the Nearctic Region should be kept separate, or whether it should form part of the Palaearctic or of the Neotropical regions." The literature, particularly of the 1880s and 1890s, was...
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