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Thus, those of these,
initially formed as layers, who have experienced repeated
level changes will in fact be 'azoic', like the Cambrian strata
our geologists. When, due to the rinsing of soft strata lying beneath them
hard deposits are exposed in the form of rocky islets and thus
will take a foothold for a new life, then we can expect the appearance of
the pioneers of this new life Who are these pioneers? Certainly not the surrounding
oceanic species, because the structure of their organisms and not allow them to live
onshore. There are species thriving in some of the remote
the shores of the Pacific. Between these types will appear the first algae and
zoophytes, as because their spores and buds, whole swarms floating in the water
are just more likely to be delivered to the site intact and
because on arrival they are its just easier to find a desired food.
It is also true that barnacles (Cirrhipeda) and elasmobranch
(Lamellibranchiata), living those infinitesimal organisms which
everywhere inhabit the sea, could also find their own food that they need. All
the probability of success at this early of colonization are on the side of those species
who breed through asexual reproduction, can reproduce
on the whole the waters from one of any Bud, and positively against
those species which, multiplying only by sexual reproduction,
should be introduced in a large number in order for multiple instances
lived to meet each other and produce offspring. On the basis of
these considerations, we conclude that the first traces of life left in
sedimentary layers near these newly formed banks, there are traces as
poor organisms, such as those, the remains of which occur in the ancient mountain
rocks of great Britain and Ireland.