Alfred Russel Wallace

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Noun1.Alfred Russel Wallace - English naturalist who formulated a concept of evolution that resembled Charles Darwin's (1823-1913)Alfred Russel Wallace - English naturalist who formulated a concept of evolution that resembled Charles Darwin's (1823-1913)
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Alfred Russell Wallace, who came up with the theory of evolution at the same time as Darwin, preferred the idea that the colours and patterns meant something " either they were signs that this was a male of the right species, or they indicated underlying fitness.
A chapter by John van Wyhe on the Victorian naturalist Alfred Russell Wallace sits next to a chapter by Nigel P.
Rydym yn gyfarwydd a Darwin, llai cyfarwydd ag Alfred Russell Wallace o Sir Fynwy (sydd heb ei gynnwys eto) ond rhaid awgrymu fod angen ystyried Elaine Morgan yn y drafodaeth ehangach yndoes
DJ MUSTOW, via email SERIOUS consideration should be given to naming the new Swansea University campus after Alfred Russell Wallace in this the centenary year of his death.
This region had a profound influence on the British Naturalist Alfred Russell Wallace who independently developed the theory of evolution alongside Charles Darwin.
Alfred Russell Wallace to Charles Darwin, Feb 1858 WHEN Darwin received a letter from his fellow naturalist and friend Wallace from Indonesia telling him about his new theory on survival of the fittest, he was devastated - having been working on the same ideas.
Alfred Russell Wallace to Charles Darwin, Feb 1858 When Darwin received a letter from his fellow naturalist and friend Wallace from Indonesia, telling him about his new theory on survival of the fittest, he was devastated having been working on the same ideas.
Shamefully, modern historians still ascribe the Origin of the Species theory to Darwin, but Alfred Russell Wallace of Usk near Monmouth(1823-1913) was the true discoverer.
This year marks the 100th anniversary of the death of Alfred Russell Wallace.
In describing the nature of historical theories, the author mentions William Wallace as a collaborator with Darwin when it was actually Alfred Russell Wallace.