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... into South America, has run wild over the whole country and has increased in
numbers at an unparalleled rate, I asked myself what could so recently have
exterminated the former horse under conditions of life apparently so favourable.
Circumstances favourable to selection of domestic products, i. 46 to natural
selection, i. 124. Cirripedes capable of crossing, i. 124. —, carapace aborted, i.
184. —, their ovigerous frena, i. 232. —, fossil, ii. 80. , larvae of, ii. 243. Claparède
Individuals, numbers favourable to selection, i. 124. —, many, whether
simultaneously created, ii. 139. Inheritance, laws of, i. 15. —, at corresponding
ages, i. 15, 105. Insects, colour of, fitted for their stations, i. 103. —, sea-side,
colours of, i.
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