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" The general impression that remains with us as a result of our study of these activities is that their complexity and perfection have been greatly overestimated. We have found them in. all stages of development and are convinced that they have passed... "
Natural Science: A Monthly Review of Scientific Progress - Página 342
1898
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The Transactions of the Entomological Society of London, Volumen52

1905
...of Natural Selection," London, 1896, chapters xix, xx, pp. 144-160. t Ie, pp. 30, 31. f lc, p. 234. as a result of our study of these activities is that...beautiful examples of the survival of the fittest."* As long ago as 1889 the present writer had argued that the Lamarckian interpretation of the instincts...
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Bulletin

Wisconsin Geological and Natural History Survey - 1898 - 245 páginas
...of Ammophila that rose above her fellows by using a stone to pound down tb.*^ earth over her nest. The general impression that remains with us as a result...beautiful examples of the survival of the fittest. INDEX. AOKNIA ARCHITBCTA, date of appearance of, 165; short larval life of, 166. BOMBS CINA, observation...
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On the Instincts and Habits of the Solitary Wasps, Tema 2

George Williams Peckham, Elizabeth Gifford Peckham - 1898 - 245 páginas
...of Ammophila that rose above her fellows by using a stone to pound down th.<* earth over her nest. The general impression that remains with us as a result...and are convinced that they have passed through many degreee, from the simple to the complex, by the action of natural selection. Indeed, we find in them...
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Bulletin - Wisconsin Geological and Natural History Survey, Temas1-3

Wisconsin Geological and Natural History Survey - 1898
...individual of Ammophila that rose above her fellows by using a stone to pound down tb.^ earth over her nest. The general impression that remains with us as a result...and are convinced that they have passed through many degreee, from the simple to the complex, by the fiction of natural selection. Indeed, we find in them...
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On the Instincts and Habits of the Solitary Wasps, Tema 2

George Williams Peckham, Elizabeth Gifford Peckham - 1898 - 245 páginas
...found them in all stages of development and are convinced that they have passed through many degree?, from the simple to the complex, by the action of natural...beautiful examples of the survival of the fittest. INDEX. AGENIA ARCHITECTA, date of appearance of, 165; short larval life of, 166. BOMBYCINA, observation...
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Animal behaviour

Conwy Lloyd Morgan - 1900 - 344 páginas
...Peckham, who says,t " We have found them [the instinctive acts of solitary wasps] in all stages of their development, and are convinced that they have passed...beautiful examples of the survival of the fittest." * " The Play of AnimaU," p. 04. t " Solitary Wasps," p. 280. CHAPTER IV INTELLIGENT BEHAVIOUR I. —...
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Animal behaviour

Conwy Lloyd Morgan - 1900 - 344 páginas
...Peckham, who says,f " We have found them [the instinctive acts of solitary wasps] in all stages of their development, and are convinced that they have passed...beautiful examples of the survival of the fittest." * " The Play of Animals," p. 64. t " Solitary Wasps," p. 236. CHAPTER IV INTELLIGENT BEHAVIOUR I. —...
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Animal Behaviour

Conwy Lloyd Morgan - 1900 - 344 páginas
...Peckham, who says,f " We have found them [the instinctive acts of solitary wasps] in all stages of their development, and are convinced that they have passed...beautiful examples of the survival of the fittest." * " The Play of Animals," p. 64. t " Solitary Wasps," p. 236. CHAPTER IV INTELLIGENT BEHAVIOUR I. —...
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Hope Reports, Volumen5

University of Oxford. Hope Dept. of Zoology - 1906
...of Natural Selection," London, 18H6, chapters xix, xx, pp. 144-160. t Ie, pp. 30, 31. J Ie, p. 234. as a result of our study of these activities is that...beautiful examples of the survival of the fittest."* As long ago as 1889 the present writer had argued that the Lamarckian interpretation of the instincts...
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American insects

Vernon Lyman Kellogg - 1908 - 694 páginas
...of AmmoJ phila that rose above her fellows by using a stone to pound down the earth over her nest. " The general impression that remains with us as a result...action of natural selection. Indeed, we find in them beau-V tiful examples of the survival of the fittest." In a short note published after the issuance...
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