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Wallace, Alfred Russel

(1823–1913) British naturalist who was influenced by the ideas of MALTHUS and LYELL and corresponded with DARWIN about his ideas on natural selection. As a result he wrote a paper with Darwin which was read at the Linnaean Society in 1858, and founded modern evolutionary thought.
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Mae gwaith gwyddonol yr athrylith Alfred Russel Wallace yn anferth a dadlennol.
The memorial to Alfred Russel Wallace at St Madoc''s Church, Llanbadoc, Gwent
Alfred Russel Wallace was such a fascinating character and a lot of things I would aspire to be - an adventurer and naturalist
The documentary about Alfred Russel Wallace was very much about my own interest in travelling in Indonesia and following in his footsteps.
Hales shifts the figure of Darwin from its usual role as the organizing centre of attention to show Darwin in dialogue with Malthus, Herbert Spencer, and Alfred Russel Wallace.
Alfred Russel Wallace came up with something similar in a malarial fever dream, impelling Darwin to publish sooner than he would have liked.
Cockerell era el mas grande melitologo en ese entonces y habia sido pupilo de Alfred Russel Wallace antes de llegar a los EE.
El Kitasato de Charles Darwin (1809-1882) fue un compatriota suyo Alfred Russel Wallace (1823-1913).
The Evolutionist" tells the story of one of Britain's most controversial and misunderstood Victorians, a man Sir David Attenborough called "the most admirable character in the history of science" -- Alfred Russel Wallace.
Dear Sir: Sixty-Nine Years of Alfred Russel Wallace Letters to the Editor