Nature Progresses Gradually

Nature progresses by unknown gradations and consequently does not submit to our absolute division when passing by imperceptible nuances, from one species to another and often from one genus to another. Inevitably there are a great number of equivocal species and in-between specimens that one does not know where to place and which throw our general systems into turmoil.

Notes:

Making it hard to distinguish between species.

Folksonomies: species taxonomy

Taxonomies:
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/health and fitness/disease (0.281891)
/science/ecology (0.162698)

Keywords:
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Concepts:
Biology (0.935965): dbpedia | freebase | opencyc
Kingdom (0.824801): dbpedia | freebase
Passing By (0.712000): dbpedia | yago

 Oeuvres compl├Ętes
Books, Brochures, and Chapters>Book:  Buffon , Georges Louis Leclerc de (1771), Oeuvres compl├Ętes, Retrieved on 2012-01-28
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