Charles Darwin Quote

In this case, therefore, the worms judged with a considerable degree of correctness how best to draw the withered leaves of this foreign plant into their burrows; notwithstanding that they had to depart from their usual habit of avoiding the foot-stalk.


Chapter 2: Habits of Worms, (p. 70) - The Formation of Vegetable Mould through the Action of Worms (1881)

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In this case, therefore, the worms judged with a considerable degree of correctness how best to draw the withered leaves of this foreign plant into...

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In this case, therefore, the worms judged with a considerable degree of correctness how best to draw the withered leaves of this foreign plant into...

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In this case, therefore, the worms judged with a considerable degree of correctness how best to draw the withered leaves of this foreign plant into...

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In this case, therefore, the worms judged with a considerable degree of correctness how best to draw the withered leaves of this foreign plant into...