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" In reviewing the results of these investigations and comparing one species with another, without losing sight of the fact that comparative good is not necessarily positive good, it appears that of 7 species considered the Downy Woodpecker is the most... "
The American Naturalist - Page 938
1896
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Bulletin, Issues 4-8

Zoology, Economic - 1893
...of their stomachs from many localities would show only a small percentage of this particular food. In reviewing the results of these investigations and...number of insects it eats and in part to the nature of its vegetable food, which is of little value to man. Three-fourths of its food consists of insects,...
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Preliminary Report on the Food of Woodpeckers

Foster Ellenborough Lascelles Beal, Frederic Augustus Lucas - Birds - 1895 - 44 pages
...of their stomachs from many localities would show only a small percentage of this particular food. In reviewing the results of these investigations and...number of insects it eats and in part to the nature of its vegetable food, which is of little value to man. Three-fourths of its food consists of insects,...
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Bulletin, Issues 5-13

Biology - 1895
...of their stomachs from many localities would show only a small percentage of this particular food. In reviewing the results of these investigations and...number of insects it eats and in part to the nature of its vegetable food, which is of little value to man. Three-fourths of its food consists of insects,...
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The American Naturalist

Biology - 1896
...The paper is based on the examinations of 679 stomachs of Woodpeckers, representing 7 species—all from the eastern United States. The results of the...number of insects it eats, and in part to the nature of its vegetable food, which is of little value to man. Three-fourths of its food consists of insects,...
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Annual Report of the Nebraska State Horticultural Society for the Year ...

Nebraska State Horticultural Society - Horticulture - 1896
...Agriculture, in summing up the results obtained from the examination of 679 stomachs of these birds, writes as follows:* "In reviewing the results of these investigations...not necessarily positive good, it appears that of seven species considered the Downy Woodpecker is the most beneficial." He theĽ goes on -to give the...
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Nests and Eggs of North American Birds

Oliver Davie - Birds - 1900 - 527 pages
...of their stomachs from many localities would show only a small percentage of this particular food. In reviewing the results of these investigations and...number of insects it eats and in part to the nature of its vegetable food, which is of little value to man. Three-fourths of its food consists of insects,...
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Nests and Eggs of North American Birds

Oliver Davie - Birds - 1900 - 527 pages
...of their stomachs from many localities would show only a small percentage of this particular food. In reviewing the results of these investigations and...number of insects it eats and in part to the nature of its vegetable food, which is of little value to man. Three-fourths of its food consists of insects,...
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Indian Museum Notes, Volume 4

Indian Museum - 1900
...of their stomachs from many localities would show only a small percentage of this particular food. In reviewing the results of these investigations and...not necessarily positive good, it appears that of seven species considered, the Downy Woodpecker is the most beneficial. This is due in part to the great...
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Annual Report

Nebraska. State Board of Agriculture - Agriculture - 1901
...Agriculture, in summing up the results obtained from the examination of 679 stomachs of these birds, writes as follows:* "In reviewing the results of these investigations...not necessarily positive good, it appears that of seven species considered the Downy Woodpecker is the most beneficial." He then goes on to give the...
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Some Notes on Nebraska Birds

Lawrence Bruner - 1896 - 132 pages
...Agriculture, in summing up the results obtained from the examination of 679 stomachs of these birds, writes as follows :* "In reviewing the results of these investigations and comparing one *See Bull. No. 7, Div. Ornith. & Mamolog., p. 9. species with another, without losing sight of the...
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