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" t and elsewhere) carefully reconsidered, with the aid of all the material accessible, including many specimens not previously in hand. This reconsideration of the subject has, in not a few cases, resulted in a reversal of former opinion, specimens from... "
Bulletin of the Nuttall Ornithological Club - Page 169
by Nuttall Ornithological Club - 1881
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Proceedings of the United States National Museum, 3. köide

United States National Museum - 1881
...this kind, and previous conclusions (published in "History of North American Birds "t and elsewhere) carefully reconsidered, with the aid of all the material...accessible, including many specimens not previously iu hand. This reconsideration of the subject has, in not a few cases, resulted in a reversal of former...
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Smithsonian Miscellaneous Collections, 22. köide

1882
...this kind, and previous conclusions (published in "History of North American Birds"! and elsewhere) carefully reconsidered, with the aid of all the material...characteristics bear unmistakably the impress of climatic or *A Description of Sixteen Now Species of North American Birds, by Jacob P. Giraud, jr. Now York. George...
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The Published Writings of Spencer Fullerton Baird, 1843-1882

George Brown Goode - 1883 - 377 lehte
...this kind, and previous conclusions (published in " History of North American Birds "t and elsewhere) carefully reconsidered, with the aid of all the material...Every form whose characteristics bear unmistakably the imthcm as merely the creation of Audubou's brain and pencil. To do the latter, howover, on the purely...
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Transactions and Proceedings of the New Zealand Institute, 28. köide

New Zealand Institute - 1896
...differentiated and to be subordinated in rank by a trinomial appellation." His contention, however, is that every form whose characteristics bear unmistakably the impress of climatic or local influences, generally less marked towards the habitat of another form with which it thus intergrades, and all forms...
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Proceedings of the United States National Museum, 3. köide

United States National Museum - 1881
...this kind, and previous conclusions (published in "History of North American Birds "t and elsewhere) carefully reconsidered, with the aid of all the material...characteristics bear unmistakably the impress of climatic or * A Description of Sixteen New Species of North American Birds, by Jacob P. Giraud, jr. Now York. George...
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