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Even though papers on the theory of natural selection by Wallace and Darwin were read at the same meeting of the Linnean Society in 1858, there is no doubt Darwin has precedence; Darwin's paper was an extract of a document he wrote in 1844 that had been seen by others. The earliest evidence that Wallace was even thinking about evolution is from 1854 and in his paper of 1857 natural selection is not mentioned. Darwin had, in fact, first hypothesised natural selection twenty years previous to the 1858 formal publication.