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line 3 underline "polygamous"


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from End Slip annotation p.19 Phalangidae escapng ants by lifting one after th other their long legs.


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from End Note 1 annotation Page 23 26 Ants
from End Slip annotation 23 Blindness of Eciton an advantage in keeping them together


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from End Note 1 annotation Page 23 26 Ants
from End Slip annotation 26 sympathetic help of ants

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lines 24—31 score
from End Note 1 annotation 28 Ants
from End Note 1 annotation 28 Ants helping each other


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lines 16—19 underline "[most of line]"
from End Note 2 annotation 70 Phaseolus not frequented by Humble-bees & sterile


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from End Slip annotation 74. Leaf-cutting ants determines existence of trees & plants in S. America

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from End Slip annotation 77 ants rolling loads down steep slope


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lines 21—23 score
from End Slip annotation 79 one of leaf-cutting — p. 83


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from End Slip annotation 79 one of leaf-cutting — p. 83
from End Slip annotation 83 learnt danger by experience from carriages on Railways

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lines 6—21 score
lines 10—14 crossing-out "[most of line]\c"
from End Note 1 annotation 112 Humming Birds S S


lines 5—12 score
from End Note 1 annotation 118 Monkey & Eagle — [in Darwin's hand:] give case I do not allude to Mivart — Probably after Rengger, just allude to Belt on [illegible]

line 8 annotation Q

line 13 underline "Cebus"


lines 6—9 score
from End Slip annotation p 119 intellect & art of Monkeys


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lines 15—19 score

line 22 annotation

lines 22—25 crossing-out "[most of line]"


top-margin annotation Mr Belt says that he watched many flowers during a whole season &

lines 3—4 annotation “    ”
lines 1—4 score

lines 6—13 score


lines 14—26 annotation this accounts for the orifice being closed


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from End Note 1 annotation 171 Indians


lines 6—1 score
from End Note 1 annotation 196 Cockatoos protected — Toucan


lines 19—27 score


lines 5—13 score
from End Note 1 annotation 198 Toucans


lines 22—30 score


line 5 score
from End Note 2 annotation 207 Romanes

line 5 [

line 24 annotation no no

line 26 annotation races have


line 13 ]

lines 13—16 score


lines 9—14 score
from End Note 1 annotation 209 Ticks


lines 11—28 score
from End Note 1 annotation 219 Acacia & ants protecting them
from End Slip annotation p 219. Bulls Horn mimosa & ants
from End Note 1 annotation 220 Nectar protecting plants [in Darwin's hand:] by ants


lines 5—12 score
from End Slip annotation p 222 Ants & Melastomataceae


lines 1—4 score
from End Note 1 annotation 250 Skunk


lines 22—32 score
from End Note 1 annotation 260 Glacial
from End Slip annotation 260 Glacial deposits.


lines 20—32 score
from End Note 1 annotation 291 Nests of wasps
from End Slip annotation 291 Birds building close to wasp-nests


lines 20—32 score
from End Note 1 annotation 316 Butterflies protection & ants & spiders [in Darwin's hand:] resemblance
from End Slip annotation 316 Mimickry. mostly used p. 383 do.


lines 10—14 score
from End Note 1 annotation 317 Lampyridae
     320 do

line 10 underline "family ... as"

line 12 underline "Lampyridae"

line 12 score

line 13 underline "genera"

lines 14—18 score

line 15 underline "were invariably"

line 16 underline "not touch"

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line 7 score

lines 7—14 score


lines 13—20 score
from End Note 1 annotation 317 Lampyridae
     320 do

line 16 score

lines 16—17 underline "out ... eatable"


lines 3—14 score
from End Note 1 annotation in Darwin's hand 321 Frog protected by colour

lines 15—23 score


lines 11—14 annotation no Water Birds
from End Note 1 annotation 334 FW area continuous
from End Slip annotation 334. Causes why F. Water productions have not given rise to any new species — not continuous under same conditions

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lines 12—15 annotation ?

lines 16—18 annotation ?


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from End Note 1 annotation 383 Protection
     384 do

from End Slip annotation 316 Mimickry. mostly used p. 383 do.


lines 25—28 score
from End Note 1 annotation 383 Protection
     384 do


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line 16 annotation

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line 8 at "wing" annotation is