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Edwin Ray Lankester (1847-1929), British zoologist who established clear morphological distinctions in different orders of invertebrates, demonstrating that they had different origins. Cartoon by 'Spy' (Leslie Ward) from 'Vanity Fair'. (London, 12 January 1905). It was published with the legend that 'His religion is the worship of all sorts of winged and finny things'. Chromolithograph

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Edwin Ray  Lankester (1847-1929), British zoologist who established clear morphological distinctions in different orders of invertebrates, demonstrating that they had different origins.  Cartoon by 'Spy' (Leslie Ward) from 'Vanity Fair'. (London, 12 January 1905). It was published with the legend that 'His religion is the worship of all sorts of winged and finny things'. Chromolithograph