Literature

AuthorsYearsort descendingTitle
C. Darwin, Wallace A. Russel1858On the Tendency of Species to form Varieties; and on the Perpetuation of Varieties and Species by Natural Means of Selection
H. Walter Bates1864Hints on the collection of objects of natural history
A. Russel Wallace1865On the phenomena of variation and geographical distribution as illustrated by the Papilionidae of the Malayan region.
E. H. Rann1909Dr. Alfred Russel Wallace at home
I. Moreira2002O escravo do naturalista
U. Kutschera2003A comparative analysis of the Darwin-Wallace papers and the development of the concept of natural selection
U. Kutschera, Niklas K. J.2004The modern theory of biological evolution: an expanded synthesis.
R. Highfield2006Scientific treasure comes down from the attic
J. Rosen2007Missing Link: Alfred Russel Wallace, Charles Darwin's Neglected Double
U. Kutschera2008The Darwin-Wallace principle of natural selection
H. Escobar2008Wallace, o outro pai da evolução (Wallace, the other father of evolution)
H. Escobar2008A letter that changed history
T. Wright2008Alfred Russel Wallace's Fans Gear Up for a Darwinian Struggle
D. Mason2008The Ecstasy of Alfred Russel Wallace
Various2008Darwins geistige Nachkommen
P. Luna2008Wallace, el coautor en la sombra
Anon2008Book on Asia's Darwin
C. Hudson2009Origin of Life: A voyage round Darwin
Anon2009Giving Wallace His Due
R. Garcia2009El hombre que pudo ser Charles Darwin
K. Leonard2009Remote island celebrates pioneer
S. Lyons2011Natural Selection & Beyond: The Intellectual Legacy of Alfred Russel Wallace [Book Review]
G. Beccaloni2011The Alfred Russel Wallace Correspondence Project Begins
Anon2013Admiring Darwin
A. Lester2014Homing In: Alfred Russel Wallace’s Homes in Britain (1852 to 1913)
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