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" I mean what is called exceptional migration, not the mere wanderings of waifs and stravs, nor yet the uncertain travels of some species, as the crossbill in search of food, "but the colonising parties of many gregarious species, which generally, so far... "
Natural Science: A Monthly Review of Scientific Progress - Page 299
1893
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Zoologist: A Monthly Journal of Natural History

Zoology - 1893
...still abundant scope for the exercise of observation. I mean what is called exceptional migration, not the mere wanderings of waifs and strays, nor yet...to west, or from south-east to north-west. Such are ZOOLOGIST. — OCTOBER, 1893. 2o the Waxwing, Ampelii garrula, the Pastor Starling, Pastor roseus,...
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Report of the Annual Meeting, Volume 63

Science - 1894
...observation. I mean what is called exceptional migration, not the mere wanderings of waifs and stravs, nor yet the uncertain travels of some species, as...west, or from south-east to north-west. Such are the waxwing (Ampelis garrula), the pastor starling (Pastor roseuti) and Pallas's sandgrouse, after intervals...
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Appletons' Annual Cyclopaedia and Register of ..., Volume 18; Volume 33

Encyclopedias and dictionaries - 1894
...observations were cited on these various points, and he also called attention to the exceptional migrations, not the mere wanderings of waifs and strays, nor yet the uncertain travels of some species, but the colonizing parties of many gregarious species which generally travel from east to west or from...
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Zoologist: A Monthly Journal of Natural History

Zoology - 1893
...observation. I mean what is called exceptional migration, not the mere wanderings of waifs and strays, uor yet the uncertain travels of some species, as the...west, or from south-east to north-west. Such are the Waxwing, Ampelis garrula, the Pastor Starling, Pastor roseus, and Pallas's Sand Grouse, after an interval...
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Report of the Board of Regents

Discoveries in science - 1894
...nor yet the uncertain travels of some species, as the crossbill in search of food, but the colonizing parties of many gregarious species, which generally,...west, or from southeast to northwest. Such are the waxwing (Ampclis garrula), the pastor starling (Pastor ronei<8), and Pallas's sand grouse, after intervals...
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Report of the Board of Regents

Discoveries in science - 1894
...still abundant scope for the exercise of observation. I mean what is called exceptional migration—not the mere wanderings of waifs and strays, nor yet the uncertain travels of some species, as the crossbihl in search of food, but the colonizing parties of many gregarious species, which generally,...
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Annual Report

Science - 1894
...still abundant scope for the exercise of observation. I mean what is called exceptional migration — not the mere wanderings of waifs and strays, nor yet...species, as the crossbill in search of food, but the colonizing parties of many gregarious species, which generally, so far as we know in our own hemisphere,...
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