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" ... number of known species which form the groundwork of zoological science is always increasing, and our knowledge of their structure becomes more complete, fresh generalizations continually occur to the naturalist, and the number of genera and other... "
The American Journal of Science and Arts - Page 98
1869
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The American Journal of Science, Volume 98

Science - 1869
...has substituted Slrephona Brown. (See also Gunther's Record of Zoological Literature, 1864, p. 246). extensive. It thus becomes necessary to subdivide...sound in its nomenclature should remain unaltered amid the additions which are continually being made to it. On this groaod we recommend the adoption of the...
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The Edinburgh New Philosophical Journal: Exhibiting a View of the ..., Volume 18

Science - 1863
...naturalist, and the number of genera and other groups requiring appellations is ever becoming more extensive. It thus becomes necessary to subdivide...sound in its nomenclature should remain unaltered amid the additions which are continually being made to it. On this ground we recommend the adoption of the...
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Report of the Annual Meeting

British Association for the Advancement of Science - Science - 1843
...naturalist, and the number of genera and other groups requiring appellations is ever becoming more extensive. It thus becomes necessary to subdivide...sound in its nomenclature should remain unaltered amid the additions which are continually being made to it. On this ground we recommend the adoption of the...
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Memoirs of Hugh Edwin Strickland ...

Hugh Edwin Strickland - Geology - 1858 - 441 pages
...naturalist, and the number of genera and other groups requiring appellations is ever becoming more extensive. It thus becomes necessary to subdivide...sound in its nomenclature should remain unaltered amid the additions which are continually being made to it. On this ground we recommend the adoption of the...
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Report of the Annual Meeting

Science - 1866
...naturalist, and the number of genera and other groups requiring appellations is ever becoming more extensive. It thus becomes necessary to subdivide...original author that his generic name should never bo lost sight of; and it is no less essential to tho welfare of the science, that all which is sound...
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Report

British Association for the Advancement of Science - Science - 1866
...subdivide the contents of old groupa, and to make their definitions continually more restricted. In timing out this process, it is an act of justice to the original author that his i-nfric name should never bo lost sight of; and it is no less essential to the welfare of the science,...
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The Canadian Entomologist, Volumes 4-5

Entomology - 1872
...and nasty lanes — and there we leave him. In the explanatory remarks to Rule 4, it is said: — " It is an act of justice to the original author that his generic name should never be lost sight of." By Mr. Scudder's new creation the name Papilio is so .nearly lost sight of that it might as well disappear...
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THE CANADIAN ENTOMOLOGIST

The Rev.C.J.S.Bethune,M.A.,Edited By. - 1873
...slums and nasty lanes—and there we leave him. In the explanatory remarks to Rule 4, it is said:—" It is an act of justice to the original author that his generic name should never be lost sight of." By Mr. Scudder's new creation the name Papilio is so nearly lost sight of that it might as well disappear...
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The Cincinnati Quarterly Journal of Science, Volume 1

Science - 1874
...naturalist, and the number of genera and other groups requiring appellations is ever becoming more extensive. It thus becomes necessary to subdivide...restricted. In carrying out this process, it is an \ 354 Rides for Rendering the Nomenclature of Zoology Uniform. act of justice to the original author...
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The American Journal of Science

Science - 1883
...naturalist, and the number of genera and other groups requiring appellations is ever becoming more extensive. It thus becomes necessary to subdivide the contents of old groups, and to make their deh'nitions continually more restricted. In carrying out this process, it is an act of justice to the...
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