Origin of Species by Means of Natural Selection: Or the Preservation of Favored Races in the Struggle for Life

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INDEX
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ABERRANT groups, ii. 236
Abyssinia, plants of, ii. 175
Acclimatization, i. 199
Adoxa. i. 296
Affinities of extinct species, ii. 115
--- of organic beings, ii. 235
Agassiz, on Amblyopsis, i. 199
---, on the latest tertiary forms, ii. 77
---, on groups of species suddenly appearing, ii. 94
---, on prophetic forms, ii. 114
---, on embryological succession, ii. 127
---, on the Glacial period, ii. 159
---, on embryological characters, ii. 219
---, on parallelism of embryological development and geological succession, ii. 263
---, Alex., on pedicellariæ, i. 324
Algee of New Zealand, ii. 172
Alligators, males, fighting, i. 131
Alternate generations, ii. 248
Amblyopsis, blind fish, i. 199
America, North, productions allied to those of Europe, ii. 165
---, ---, bowlders and glaciers of, ii. 167-168
---, South, on modern formations on west coast, ii. 67
Ammonites, sudden extinction of, ii. 107
Anagallis, sterility of, ii. 9
Analogy of variations, i. 223
Ancylus, ii. 183
Andaman Islands inhabited by a toad, ii. 191
Animals, not domesticated from being variable, i. 43
---, domestic, descended from several stocks, i. 45
---, ---, acclimatization of, i. 201
--- of Australia, i. 164
--- with thicker fur in cold climates, i. 192
---, blind, in caves, i. 196-199
---, extinct, of Australia, ii. 128
Anomma, i. 389
Antarctic islands, ancient flora of, ii. 199
Antechinus, ii. 228
Ants attending aphides, i. 350
---, slave-making instinct, i. 364
---, neuters, structure of, i. 387
Apes, not having acquired intellectual powers, i. 309
Aphides, attended by ants, i. 350
Aphis, development of, ii. 254
Apteryx, i. 244
Arab horses, i. 64
Aralo-Caspian Sea, ii. 129
Archeopteryx, ii. 86
Archiac, M. de, on the succession of species, ii. 110
Artichoke, Jerusalem, i. 202
Ascension, plants of, ii. 187
Asclepias, pollen of, i. 262
Asparagus, ii. 151
Aspicarpa, ii. 218
Asses, striped, i. 224

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