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" There were also fungi and mottled insects placed on the turf. As soon as the objects are faded they are moved to the back of the hut. "
The colours of animals: their meaning and use, especially considered in the ... - Page 322
by Sir Edward Bagnall Poulton - 1890 - 360 pages
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The Eclectic Magazine: Foreign Literature, Volume 28; Volume 91

1878
...new Vaccinium (Agapetes amblyornidis). There were also fungi and mottled insects placed on the turf. As soon as the objects are faded, they are moved to the back of the hut." So that the Gardener Bird carefully renews the beauty of his garden. Just as the gardener takes away...
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The English Flower Garden: With Illustrative Notes

Henry Arthur Bright - Floriculture - 1881 - 94 pages
...Vaccinium (Agapetes Amblyorninis). There were also fungi and mottled G insects placed on the turf. As soon as the objects are faded they are moved to the back of the hut. " The good taste of the Amblyornis is not only proved by the nice home it builds. It is a clever bird,...
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Animal intelligence (treatise).

George John Romanes - 1882
...beautiful rosy flowers of a new Vaccinium. There were also fungi and mottled insects placed on the turf. As soon as the objects are faded they are moved to the back of the hut.' There is a fine-coloured plate of this bird in its garden, published in the Birds of New Guinea, by...
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