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Romanes's 1892 copy of Ernst Haeckel's allegedly fraudulent embryo drawings (this version of the figure is often attributed incorrectly to Haeckel).[1]

  1. Richardson and Keuck, "Haeckel’s ABC of evolution and development," p. 516

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Embryo drawings drawn by Haeckel in 1866 for his Recapitulation theory.

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