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lines 34—38 annotation Motacilla — nightingale


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from Front Note 2 annotation p.8. Each country is said to have an original breed of own domesticated quadrupeds.—
from End Slip annotation 8 says neither temp — food, foes &c account for local distribution — good to quote him as an example of ignorance — something must check —

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from Front Note 2 annotation p12 General aspect of forms from different countries
from End Slip annotation 12 show how climate is given up. What a contrast between Java & Madagascar N. Guinea. New Zealand & N. Caledonia as far as is size of Mammals.


top-margin annotation New Zealand Caledonia New Guinea contrasted with Sumatra &c &c & England
from Front Note 2 annotation p.17 No large animals in Madagascar

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from Front Note 2 annotation p.21 waders peculiar to Europe
from End Slip annotation 21 Waders greatest ranging Birds


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from Front Note 2 annotation p.22 Parrots confined to particular Isls —


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from Front Note 2 annotation p.24 soft billed birds best characters taken from—


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from Front Note 2 annotation p.26 Many genera in Europe

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lines 30—35 annotation because better known?


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from Front Note 2 annotation 49 2 Lions


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from Front Note 2 annotation 50 Malacca birds peculiar
from End Slip annotation 50 Analogy of S. Asia & Africa (Probably much extinction in Tropics series before glacial period)


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lines 1—10 annotation like Elephants driven down


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from Front Note 2 annotation 55 European birds go to Asia not v versa


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from Front Note 2 annotation 58 North Australia like Africa

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lines 9—11 annotation ? Brown


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from Front Note 2 annotation 69 Mexican Ornithology


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top-margin annotation Monkeys even in Cape 35°!

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from Front Note 2 annotation 106 Australi genus in S. Africa

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from End Note annotation p107 Barn Owl S. Africa


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from Front Note 2 annotation 110 Madagascar


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from End Slip annotation 111 on relation of Mammals of Madagascar & India

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lines 20—24 annotation Mem Brown on Birds
from Front Note 2 annotation 115 Australia & 118


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lines 4—8 annotation Opossums make nests


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from Front Note 2 annotation 115 Australia & 118


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top-margin annotation Every word in this page will serve for the Caracara — an aberrant Eagle

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top-margin annotation It would appear that some circles unite many characters & varied adaptations others more confined

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