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" ... the saliva of the bird, giving firmness and consistency to the whole, as well as keeping out moisture. Within this are thick matted layers of the fine wings of certain flying seeds closely laid together : and, lastly, the downy substance from the... "
The Natural History of Humming Birds - PÓgina 128
per Sir William Jardine - 1845
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Sacred Philosophy of the Seasons: Illustrating the Perfections of ..., Volum 2

Henry Duncan - 1847
...seeds, closely laid together ; and lastly, the downy substance from the green mullein, and from the stalks of the common fern, lines the whole. The base...The eggs are two, pure white, and of equal thickness at both ends. On a person's approaching the nest, the little proprietors dart around with a humming...
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The Churchman's companion, Volums 3-4

...matted together, the downy substance from the great mullein and from the stalks of the common fern. The base of the nest is continued round the stem of the branch on which it is placed, and, when viewed from below, appears only a mossy knot or slight protuberance....
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Wonders of the animal kingdom. Birds

Wonders - 1848
...seldom more than ten feet from the ground. The nest is about an inch in diameter, and as much in depth. The base of the nest is continued round the stem of the branch, and when viewed from below, appears a mossy knot or accidental protuberance. The eggs are two in number,...
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The Illustrated London magazine, ed. by R.B. Knowles

Richard Brinsley Knowles - 1853
...seeds, closely laid together, and lastly, the downy substance from the great mullein, and from the stalks of the common fern, lines the whole. The base...a mere mossy knot or accidental protuberance. The nest of one species in Guiana is principally composed of a spongy cellular substance, apparently similar...
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Beautiful birds: their natural history, ed. by R. Tyas

John Cotton (F.Z.S.) - 1855
...and, lastly, the downy substance from the great mullein and from the stalks of * American Ornithology. the common fern lines the whole. The base of the nest...the branch, to which it closely adheres, and, when \iewed from below, appears a mere mossy knot or accidental protuberance. Lesson has described the nest...
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Humming birds

Henry Gardiner Adams - 1856 - 41 pÓgines
...seeds, closely laid together; and lastly, the downy substance from the great mullien, and from the stalks of the common fern, lines the whole. The base...The eggs are two, pure white, and of equal thickness at both ends. On a person's approaching their nest, the little proprietors dart around with a humming...
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ILLUSTRATED NATURAL HISTORY OF THE ANIMAL KINGDOM

S.G. GOODRICH - 1859
...seeds, closely laid together ; and lastly, the downy substance from the great mullein, and from the stalks of the common fern, lines the whole. The base...The eggs are two, pure white, and of equal thickness at both ends. 105 THE TOPAZ HUMMING-BIRD. dead twigs of a tree or bush, where he dresses and arranges...
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Cassell's popular natural history

Cassell, ltd - 1859
...certain flying seeds, which is, perhaps, lined ╗i'i some dowuy materials supplied by other plants. The base of the nest is continued round the stem of...closely adheres ; and, when viewed from below, appears as a mere mossy knot or accidental protuberance. The eggs are two in number, of a pure white colour,...
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Notes on shoeing horses

sir Frederick Wellington J. Fitzwygram (4th bart.) - 1861
...lastly, the downy substance from the great mullein, and from the stalks of HUMMING-BIRDS AND NEST. the common fern, lines the whole. The base of the...appears a mere mossy knot or accidental protuberance. Tom. You said, some time ago, that eagles were getting very rare in England. How about kites? apa....
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Birds and bird-life, by F.T. Buckland and other naturalists

Francis Trevelyan Buckland - 1863
...: and lastly, the downy substance from the green mullein, and from the stalks of the common ferns, lines the whole. The base of the nest is continued...The eggs are two, pure white, and of equal thickness at both ends." AVith the following illustrative incident our chapter must be concluded. A young man,...
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