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annotation     (Les Pigeons..)    p. VII Introduction
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annotation It is a mistake to ■expect a tumbler suddenly to appear—
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annotation 27 ---- ■ as■k Gould
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annotation (■Special Fa■cts on Pigeons not here included)
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annotation 12 Females show antipathy to certain males (Ch. 6.)

annotation 15 Roman keep Pedigrees of Pigeons (Q)
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annotation 32 Account of many crosses

annotation 35 crossed Pigeons more fertile (45 year experience) p. 160 do.t01    ■
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annotation 36 Absorbed in 7 or 8 generations (Q)t01
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annotation 37 Biset produced from complicated (Q) crosses — One cross th Cavalier (Q)t01 always true
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annotation 54 Pigeons of different size do not cross readily (Ch. 6.)

annotation 120 On Hawks observed t pick out white Pigeons; hence som owners examine all Nestlings
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annotation 158 By high feeding Dovecots rendered as fertile as Fany Breeds (Ch. 3.)

annotation in pale pencil 165 The sailing Pigeons (Q)
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annotation 173. Var of Pouter of which female never panachée — or chequered (Q)t01
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annotation in dark pencil 178 Claquart (Q) —

annotation in dark pencil 221 Turner or Smiter
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annotation 200 Sub-vars of Nun — colours vary, but feathers colured remain same (Q)
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annotation in pale pencil 198 argument of intermediate form not being produced now as proof that both are species

annotation 208 Hybrid frm Barb & Turbit vry fertile (Q)
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annotation 211. Turbit fly frm Paris t Liege in 14 hours
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annotation 224 Fan-tails crossed with any others lose character (Q)t01
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annotation 235 Sterility of crossed Turtles (Q)
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annotation 238 In crossing white & common collard Turtle, yong take after (Q)t01 one side exclusively
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