. The beauties of nature and the wonders of the world we live in. Natural history; Physical geography; Astronomy. Fig. 12. OoOO 0 0. X aso Fig. 13. Flower and Pollen of Primrose proboscis down a primrose of the long-styled form (Fig. 12) would dust its proboscis at a part (a) which, when it visited a short-styled flower (Fig. 13), would come just opposite the head of the pistil (s^), and could not fail to deposit some of the pollen on the stigma. Conversely, an insect visiting a short-styled plant would dust its proboscis at a part farther. Please note that these images are extracted from scan

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. The beauties of nature and the wonders of the world we live in. Natural history; Physical geography; Astronomy. Fig. 12. OoOO 0 0. X aso Fig. 13. Flower and Pollen of Primrose proboscis down a primrose of the long-styled form (Fig. 12) would dust its proboscis at a part (a) which, when it visited a short-styled flower (Fig. 13), would come just opposite the head of the pistil (s^), and could not fail to deposit some of the pollen on the stigma. Conversely, an insect visiting a short-styled plant would dust its proboscis at a part farther. Please note that these images are extracted from scanned page images that may have been digitally enhanced for readability - coloration and appearance of these illustrations may not perfectly resemble the original work.. Lubbock, John, Sir, 1834-1913. New York, London, Macmillan and Co.

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