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Nature volume 71, pages 512513 (30 March 1905) | Download Citation



UNLIKE the great majority of works of the same class, this little volume takes no notice of birds, but, as its title implies, is entirely devoted to the lower forms of life which may be met with during rambles in different parts of the country, including both animals and plants. As in the case of his earlier book, all the articles have previously been published in various periodicals and journals; and the opportunity for revision given by their re-publication ought to have enabled the author to correct certain deficiencies in style and expression by which the present issue is disfigured.

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