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annotation p.4 «to 16» on ammonites &c changng in successive strata & on variability
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annotation p. 29.    variations which were perpetuated without selection
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annotation p.33—«39» Causes why fruit & flowers not made vry large by nature, as under cultivation

annotation 40.    Selection cannot act on embryo (in relation to environment.

annotation 48.    explains how use increases a part.

annotation 52.    thinks insects feeding on a new kind of plant, wd gain a new odour & wd. then not cross with othr individuals.
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annotation 69    Eggs of silkmoth vary in resistg cold

annotation 70.    Several pigeons killed by Hawks all white or yellow vars
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annotation 86    Higher forms can adapt themselves & range further ??

annotation 90.    In all divergence there is always advance or retrogradation of organisation.

annotation 114.    nictitatng membrane a necessary correlation of eyelids.


annotation on accont of view of constant (old) forms & variable forms — consider dom. plants & animals. —
     The goose a fixed form, but mny allies — The Peacock fixed vy isolated — Plants wd be best — Is any cultivated & variable plant monotypic ?

annotation in pale pencil p 69
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annotation in pale pencil p 102    good nectar
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annotation in pale pencil p 243 Expression
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annotation in pale pencil p 106 Climbers
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annotation in pale pencil Many marks
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annotation p. 115 on use of skeleton of Vertebrates    its ground-plan.—
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annotation p. 130—«134» Sexual S. use of barbules of fishes as exciting organs.
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annotation 176. «to 183.» Each new modification necessarily throws back th embryological stages, unless whole evolution is longer — (not so with insects)
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