Donald Culross Peattie Quote

Species is but the ideal form; within this idea, within each species, is a diversity of individuality to make the stars look monotonous.


Flowering Earth, Chapter 4 (p. 47), G.P. Putnam's Sons. 1939

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Species is but the ideal form; within this idea, within each species, is a diversity of individuality to make the stars look monotonous.

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Species is but the ideal form; within this idea, within each species, is a diversity of individuality to make the stars look monotonous.

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Species is but the ideal form; within this idea, within each species, is a diversity of individuality to make the stars look monotonous.

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Species is but the ideal form; within this idea, within each species, is a diversity of individuality to make the stars look monotonous.