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lines 1—7 annotation Proof that numbers here depend on means of prosecution
from End Slip annotation 89 Number of eggs various insects

lines 8—24 score
line 10 underline "⟨a species name⟩"
lines 11—20 annotation We only know by experience that every species can increase if not checked

line 12 underline "30,000"

lines 14—15 underline "40,000 ... more"

line 16 underline "200,000"

line 22 underline "211,449,600"


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from End Slip annotation 96 adaptation of eggs like seeds of plants

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lines 14—17 annotation adaptation as in seeds


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lines 10—11 annotation adaptation


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from End Slip 3, Side 3 annotation lines 208—210 Astounding manoeuvre once in life
from End Slip annotation lines 208—210 (Q) Astounding manoeuvre performed once in life.


lines 1—29 score
lines 10—14 annotation wonderful
from End Slip 3, Side 3 annotation lines 208—210 Astounding manoeuvre once in life
from End Slip annotation lines 208—210 (Q) Astounding manoeuvre performed once in life.


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line 20 underline "now"
line 21 underline "silken"
line 22 underline "horizontal"

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from End Slip 3, Side 3 annotation 227 Variation in making Cocoons or home
from End Slip annotation 227 (Q) very important variation in Habit — Perhaps Instinct rather


line 15 underline "pupae"

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from End Slip annotation 261 var. in colouring of crysalises


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line 28 underline "previously ... pupa"


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from End Slip 3, Side 3 annotation 277 Making exit for moth & thread to guide it
from End Slip annotation 277 NQ larvae preparing exit for imago & even providing guide to find trap-door.—

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lines 4—6 underline "⟨most of line⟩"
from End Slip 3, Side 3 annotation 287 jaws given for this purpose to be used once
from End Slip annotation 287 (Q) jaws given for this sole purpose (under selection Ch. 6) to be used only once!


lines 27—28 score


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lines 3—5 annotation ⟨(sub)editorial marking(s)⟩

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line 28 underline "⟨a species name⟩"
line 29 underline "female ... rubra"


line 1 underline "red"

line 4 underline "elytre"

line 23 underline "testaceous ... black"
line 23 annotation Lepidopt

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line 26 underline "⟨a species name⟩"
line 26 annotation male

line 28 underline "⟨a species name⟩"

bottom-margin annotation Aperture Iris emperor

line 23 underline "⟨a species name⟩"
bottom-margin annotation = Polommatus aegon


line 1 underline "⟨a species name⟩"

line 2 underline "orange ... upper"

line 3 underline "⟨most of line⟩"


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line 7 underline "tibia ... bearded"


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lines 28—30 annotation Q


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line 17 underline "female ... male"


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line 19 underline "pectoral"
line 21 underline "weevil"


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line 16 underline "incrassated ... male"

line 23 underline "the ... erroneously"
line 23 annotation incrassated not always sexual


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lines 18—27 annotation Q


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lines 1—4 annotation Q


line 2 underline "Pneumonia"


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line 5 underline "of ... Coleoptera"

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top-margin annotation If all Mammalia which have ever existed were preserved, probably as many traces of abortive organs wd be found as in insects in nearly all of which they are present.
from End Slip annotation 474. Good sentence about no new organs being produced without transition (Q)

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line 21 underline "but ... organs"
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lines 19—25 annotation Q


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line 1 underline "represented ... the"

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from End Slip annotation 594, 605 Rudimentary organs for symmetry

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from End Slip annotation 594, 605 Rudimentary organs for symmetry

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line 21 underline "appearance ... elytre"


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from End Slip annotation 632 In Hymenoptera the progress of neuration of wings can be traced


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from End Slip annotation 645 Scales, as on Butterfly appear in some Diptera


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