James T. Costa

James T. Costa is Executive Director of Highlands Biological Station and Professor of Biology at Western Carolina University.

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Cover: On the Organic Law of Change: A Facsimile Edition and Annotated Transcription of Alfred Russel Wallace's Species Notebook of 1855-1859On the Organic Law of Change: A Facsimile Edition and Annotated Transcription of Alfred Russel Wallace's Species Notebook of 1855-1859Wallace, Alfred RusselHARDCOVER11/07/2013$57.00
Cover: The Other Insect SocietiesThe Other Insect SocietiesCosta, James T.HARDCOVER09/30/2006$90.00
Cover: Wallace, Darwin, and the Origin of SpeciesWallace, Darwin, and the Origin of SpeciesCosta, James T.HARDCOVER06/16/2014$46.50
Cover: The Annotated <i>Origin</i>: A Facsimile of the First Edition of <i>On the Origin of Species</i>The Annotated Origin: A Facsimile of the First Edition of On the Origin of SpeciesDarwin, CharlesPAPERBACK04/15/2011$35.00
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