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" ... produced, more or less plainly coloured slaty-blue, with some or all of the proper characteristic marks. I may recall to the reader's memory one case, namely, that of a pigeon, hardly distinguishable from the wild Shetland species, the grandchild... "
The Brahma fowl - Page 38
by Lewis Wright - 1873
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The British and Foreign Medico-chirurgical Review, Or, Quarterly ..., Volume 42

Medicine - 1868
...slaty-blue, with some or all of the proper characteristic marks. I may recall to the reader's memory one case, namely, that of a pigeon, hardly distinguishable...fantail, and two black barbs, from any of which, when purely-bred, the production of a pigeon coloured like the wild C. livia would have been almost a prodigy."...
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British and Foreign Medico-chirurgical Review: Or, Quarterly ..., Volume 42

Medicine - 1868
...slaty- blue, with some or all of the proper characteristic marks. I may recall to the reader's memory one case, namely, that of a pigeon, hardly distinguishable...fantail, and two black barbs, from any of which, when purely-bred, the production of a pigeon coloured like the wild C. livia would have been almost a prodigy."...
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British and Foreign Medico-chirurgical Review, Volume 42

1868
...slaty-blue, with some or all of the proper characteristic marks. I may recall to the reader's memory one case, namely, that of a pigeon, hardly distinguishable...fantail, and two black barbs, from any of which, when purely-bred, the production of a pigeon coloured like the wild C. lieia would have been almost a prodigy."...
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The Brahma fowl: a monograph

Lewis Wright - Brahma chicken - 1870 - 144 pages
...less plainly coloured slaty blue, with some or all of the proper characteristic marks. I may recal one case, namely, that of a pigeon hardly distinguishable...the production of a pigeon coloured like the wild C. livia would have been almost a prodigy. " I was thus led to make the experiments recorded in the seventh...
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The Variation of Animals and Plants Under Domestication, Volume 2

Charles Darwin - Domestic animals - 1876
...slaty-blue, with sonio or all of the proper characteristic marks. I may recall to the reader's memory one case, namely, that of a pigeon, hardly distinguishable...fantail, and two black barbs, from any of which, when purely-bred, the production of a pigeon coloured like the wild C'. UCM would have been almost a prodigy....
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The Variation of Animals and Plants Under Domestication, Volume 2

Charles Darwin - Domestic animals - 1892
...slaty-blue, with some or all of the proper characteristic marks. I may recall to the reader's memory one case, namely, that of a pigeon, hardly distinguishable...Shetland species, the grandchild of a red-spot, .white fnntail, and two black barbs, from any of which, when purely-bred, the production of a pigeon coloured...
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Charles Darwin's Works: The variation of animals and plants under ...

Charles Darwin, Sir Francis Darwin - Science - 1896
...slaty-blue, with some or all of the proper characteristic marks. I may recall to the reader's memory one case, namely, that of a pigeon, hardly distinguishable...fantail, and two black barbs, from any of which, when purely-bred, the production of a pigeon coloured like the wild U. livia, would have been almost a prodigy....
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The Principles of Heredity with Some Applications

Sir George Archdall O'Brien Reid - Heredity - 1905 - 359 pages
...that of a pigeon hardly distinguishable from the wild Shetland species, the grandchild of a red spot, white fantail, and two black barbs, from any of which,...the production of a pigeon coloured like the wild C. lima would have been almost a prodigy." 2 126. " I was thus led to make the experiments recorded in...
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The Principles of Heredity with Some Applications

Sir George Archdall O'Brien Reid - Heredity - 1905 - 359 pages
...slaty-blue, with some or all of the proper characteristic marks. I may recall to the reader's memory one case, namely, that of a pigeon hardly distinguishable...from the wild Shetland species, the grandchild of a red spot, white fantail, and two black barbs, from any of which, when purely bred, the production of...
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