Volvox, 252, 254, 259, 265.
Von Baer, law of recapitulation, 71.
Vorticella, 251, 252, 265.
Wallace, Alfred Russel, 117, 100.
Wasps, ground, 207; organizations, of digger, 260; 261.
Weismann, 71, 72; proved nuclei of egg contains, essential factors, 71, 145, 148.
Wolf, Tasmanian, a true marsupial, 42.
Woods, heredity of mental qualities, 232.
Worms, blindworm of England, 45; 48, 50, 53, 81; nervous mechanism of, 205, 206; nervous system of, 256, 257.
Zebras, 96, 97, 112.
Zooelogy, 34, 75, 78; geographical distribution, 100.
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