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" Such phenomena as are exhibited by the Galapagos Islands, which contain little groups of plants and animals peculiar to themselves, but most nearly allied to those of South America, have not hitherto received any, even a conjectural explanation. "
Natural Selection and Tropical Nature: Essays on Descriptive and Theoretical ... - Page 8
by Alfred Russel Wallace - 1891 - 492 lehte
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Annals & Magazine of Natural History

1855
...Sylviada of Europe and the Sylvicolida of North America, the Heliconidee of South America and the Euplaeas of the East, the group of Trogons inhabiting Asia,...have not hitherto received any, even a conjectural explanation. The Galapagos are a volcanic group of high antiquity, and have probably never been more...
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Annals & Magazine of Natural History

1855
...or analogous groups. The Sylviadie of Europe and the Sylvicolidee of North America, the Heliconidce of South America and the Euplceas of the East, the...examples that may be accounted for in this manner. .- . i • Such phaenomena as are exhibited by the Galapagos Islands, which contain little groups of...
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Contributions to the Theory of Natural Selection: A Series of Essays

Alfred Russel Wallace - 1870 - 384 lehte
...of Europe and the Sylvicolidas of North America, the Heliconidse of South America and the Euploeas of the East, the group of Trogons inhabiting Asia,...have not hitherto received any, even a conjectural explanation. The Galapagos are a volcanic group of high antiquity, and have probably never been more...
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Contributions to the Theory of Natural Selection: A Series of Essays

Alfred Russel Wallace - 1870 - 384 lehte
...or analogous groups. The Sylviadac of Europe and the Sylvicolidae of North America, the Heliconidac of South America and the Euplceas of the East, the...that peculiar to South America, are examples that may bo accounted for in this manner. Such phaenomena as are exhibited by the Galapagos Islands, which contain...
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Contributions to the Theory of Natural Selection

Alfred Russel Wallace - 1871
...of Europe and the Sylvicolidse of North America, the Heliconidse of South America and the Euploeas of the East, the group of Trogons inhabiting Asia,...have not hitherto received any, even a conjectural explanation. The Galapagos are a volcanic group of high antiquity, and have probably never been more...
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Contributions to the Theory of Natural Selection: A Series of Essays

Alfred Russel Wallace - 1871 - 384 lehte
...examples that may be accounted for in this manner. Such phsenomena as are exhibited by the Galapages Islands, which contain little groups of plants and...have not hitherto received any, even a conjectural explanation. The Galapagos are a volcanic group of high antiquity, and have probably never been more...
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Contributions to the Theory of Natural Selection: A Series of Essays

Alfred Russel Wallace - 1875 - 384 lehte
...or analogous groups. The Sylviadse of Europe and the Sylvicolidae of North America, the Heliconidae of South America and the Euplceas of the East, the...this manner. Such phenomena as are exhibited by the Galapages Islands, which contain little groups of plants and animals peculiar to themselves, but most...
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Alfred Russel Wallace, Letters and Reminiscences

Alfred Russel Wallace, Sir James Marchant - 1916 - 507 lehte
...many of the earlier-formed species, have become extinct, and made the groups appear isolated. . . . "Such phenomena as are exhibited by the Galapagos...have not hitherto received any, even a conjectural explanation. The Galapagos are a volcanic group of high antiquity and have probably never been more...
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Darwinism Defeated?: The Johnson-Lamoureux Debate on Biological Origins

Phillip E. Johnson, Denis Lamoureux - 1999 - 174 lehte
...edition, introduced by Ernst Mayr (Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard University Press, 1964), 388-406. 146 Such . . . phenomena as are exhibited by the Galapagos...have not hither-to received any, even a conjectural explanation. Wallace alludes also to the suggestive fact that: When a range of mountains has attained...
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Infinite Tropics: An Alfred Russel Wallace Anthology

Alfred Russel Wallace - 2002 - 430 lehte
...Heliconidce of South America and the Euplceas of the East [butterflies], the group of Trogons [birds] inhabiting Asia, and that peculiar to South America,...have not hitherto received any, even a conjectural explanation. The Galapagos are a volcanic group of high antiquity, and have probably never been more...
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