Fauna and Flora of the Inner and Outer Hebrides King's College (University of Durham) Biological Expeditions

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SO long ago as 1934, the idea of exploring the Hebrides with the view of writing a comprehensive Flora of the Inner and Outer Isles was conceived by the Department of Botany, King's College, University of Durham, and with it, as a corollary, the notion of studying the evolution of local races in the same area. At the same time, too, the whole of the plans necessary for bringing our project to a successful conclusion were formulated.

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HARRISON, J. Fauna and Flora of the Inner and Outer Hebrides King's College (University of Durham) Biological Expeditions. Nature 143, 1004–1007 (1939) doi:10.1038/1431004a0

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