By: L Van der Hammen
181 pages, Figs
The seven essays collected in this book contain elements of a new theory of evolution and classification. They proceed from problems which arose during investigations in the comparative morphology, the classification and the evolution of Chelicerata, and finally led to a structuralist approach in the study of these subjects. The essays deal with the natural philosophy of evolution, with the evolution of the life-cycle, with parallel evolution, with the type-concept, with structuralism and with taxonomic methodology.
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