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lines 8—11 score
from End Note annotation p. ‹40›
     58 72 78 [he means 73] } Felis Manul origin of Angora. Pallas Books
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lines 14—17 score
line 14 underline "Felis manul"
line 15 underline "stamme ... ab"
from End Note annotation p. ‹40›
     58 72 78 [he means 73] } Felis Manul origin of Angora. Pallas Books
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lines 8—7 underline "Act. 1780"
from End Note annotation p. ‹40›
     58 72 78 [he means 73] } Felis Manul origin of Angora. Pallas Books
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lines 2—1 score
bottom-margin annotation — I have, I think, read
from End Note annotation p. ‹40›
     58 72 78 [he means 73] } Felis Manul origin of Angora. Pallas Books


lines 3—4 score
lines 3—4 annotation — supposed parent of Angora
from End Note annotation p. ‹40›
     58 72 78 [he means 73] } Felis Manul origin of Angora. Pallas Books
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lines 3—1 score
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line 2 annotation ( not read )


lines 13—16 annotation Bird & beasts can do but little in spreading Plants
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lines 20—26 annotation still less sticking to feathers of Water Birds, for feathers oily.—
from End Slip annotation 115 [corrected from `116'] does not believe■ after careful looking that seeds ever stick to birds feather , as Willdenow accounted for water-plants,


lines 1—6 score
lines 1—6 annotation Has looked to many Water Birds & fd. no seeds.
     Stomachs of migratory he has always fd. empty.—

line 21 underline "Wassergewächse"
lines 18—30 annotation He ‹thus› accounts by water-birds for wide distribution of water plants — by sticking to feathers & in dung—


line 10 score [`bookmark']


lines 9—12 score
lines 9—12 annotation Where salt, sea-side Plants ocur.
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lines 14—20 annotation Wind cannot transport from mountain to mountain
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lines 4—6 score
lines 4—6 annotation when cold


lines 4—7 score
line 5 annotation 1812


lines 10—12 score
lines 8—18 annotation When wingless insects fd. in 2 parts of world proof of distinct origin


line 11 score [`bookmark']


lines 1—3 score
top-marginline 3 annotation ( Remember Water-spouts )    So before Agassiz — Fish speak strongly that they have been created at many points, as same Fish in distinct rivers —
line 7 score
line 7 underline "Fischen ... Wassers"
line 7 annotation (Remember Löess)
from End Slip annotation 139 Bring case of F. W. Fish, difficulty in diffusion

lines 11—20 annotation Rivers of Scotland. Alps; But if all under sea, it requires more means of transportat.
from End Slip annotation 139 Bring case of F. W. Fish, difficulty in diffusion

lines 12—10 double score
lines 12—8 annotation Glacial case makes of Fish much more difficult.
from End Slip annotation 139 Bring case of F. W. Fish, difficulty in diffusion

lines 10—8 underline "Linné ... seritur"
line 7 underline "Th ... 1391"
line 7 annotation My Edit —
from End Slip annotation 139 Linnaeus asserts that th Pike is disseminated by birds

lines 2—1 double score

bottom-margin annotation Take . North of Gt Britain alone all under water, except Peaks perhaps, & then wd. not have Fish.— But then since united t Mainland, as shown by land-animals. —
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lines 11—8 score
lines 11—3 annotation if only pair created, then carnivores wd have destroyed th herbivores &c


lines 19—22 score
lines 19—29 annotation When S.B [ie `Steinbock'] fnd on Alps & mntain of Asia, what right to suppose came frm one to other
from End Slip annotation ‹143 Rudolphi argues f›


bottom-margin annotation How completely all this is Nott & Gliddons work in Abstract — fortified by th Aegyptian work


top-margin annotation All that I shd expect wd be that negros raised in U. States wd be more variable in slight degree in colour & other respects.—

line 6 underline "Anfang"
lines 6—11 annotation there shd be at least the beginning of variation. in negros &c in U. States

lines 13—14 underline "nicht ... ist"
lines 13—18 annotation as we know the world not so old in present state !!
from End Slip annotation 155 Rudolphi was greatly misled by little knowledge of antiquity of world, in present state


line 17bottom-margin annotation / Man's races have been driven from place to place, confondng effects of condition & so with animals. /


lines 5—7 score
lines 5—7 annotation how like Agassiz &c
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lines 10—11 underline "alle ... bleiben"

lines 11—6 score
lines 13—3 annotation species or no according as one looks to variability of limit


lines 4—11 score
line 6 annotation Hybrid Fish
from End Slip annotation 161 cases of Hybrid Fish
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[continues overleaf] lines 2—1 score
lines 2—1 annotation Hybrid Canary


[continuation] 1—7 score
line 1 underline "Citronenzeisig"
line 1 annotation Siskin
lines 5—6 annotation Bechstein Grouse & House-Hen


lines 3—4 score
lines 3—8 annotation Donkey painted like Zebra before it was permitted to cover the Donkey
line 9 score
from End Slip annotation 163    ―    Zebras (only references), no one good case for me

lines 11—10 score
lines 11—8 annotation This Book I have seen referred to
from End Slip annotation 163    ―    Zebras (only references), no one good case for me

line 7 score
line 7 annotation Hybrid Zebra
from End Slip annotation 163    ―    Zebras (only references), no one good case for me


lines 6—8 score
line 7 underline "äthiopischen ... gemeinen"
lines 5—7 annotation in brown ink (Q)
lines 10—12 score
from End Slip annotation 164—    Rabbit

line 2 underline "Auszuge"
line 2 annotation abstract


line 3 underline "Rehkuh"
lines 2—7 annotation Sardinian Roe-Cow was this not probably a mouflon??
from End Slip annotation 165 — Hellenius case (Q)

lines 14—17 score
lines 13—18 annotation case of Seals old observer offsprng not described


line 1 score [`bookmark']

lines 11—10 underline "Meerschweinchen"
lines 11—9 annotation vars of Guinea Pigs true
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line 2 underline "Kakerlaken"
top-margin annotation albino
line 2 at "Kaninchen" annotation rabits


lines 14—16 score
lines 14—16 underline "Weibchen ... Männchen"
lines 14—16 annotation female Elephants & Rein-deer


lines 11—9 )


lines 4—2 score
lines 4—2 underline "bey ... mehr"
line 4bottom-margin annotation I suppose confined to male
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line 13 score [`bookmark']

lines 18—19 underline "der ... hindert"
lines 18—19 annotation cheks flight
lines 21—22 underline "Dann ... fliegen"
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[continues overleaf] 7 underline "fesseln"
line 7 annotation capture
lines 3—1 score in dark pencil
lines 3—1 annotation Polygam


lines 2—5 score
line 4 underline "anerkennt"
line 4 annotation disown
lines 2—10 annotation The female does not recognise the “Ammer' without tail when robbed of tail —
from End Slip annotation 184 on the Hen of ‹ammer› «Vidua(?)»t01 with long tail disowns cock when robbed of it (—very good)t02
t01 - `Vidua(?)' in pale pencil
t02 - `(—very good)' in pale pencil

lines 20—27 annotation What cause of beauty of snakes?

[continuation] 2 underline "fand ... Männchen"


line 1 underline "Eidechse"
top-margin annotation Lizard or Newt

line 5 underline "Wassersalamadern"
line 5 underline "Männchen"
line 8 underline "nur ... Liebe"

lines 9—12 score
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lines 20—23 score
lines 19—22 annotation Salmon Hook male fish different
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line 7 underline "Leuchtkäfern"
lines 9—13 score
lines 9—11 annotation female shells

lines 15—19 annotation male butterflies most beautiful
from End Slip annotation    186 Beautiful male butterflies more difficult.
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lines 1—9 annotation female Bees sting
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lines 20—22 )
line 22 underline "Tödten ... Liebkosungen"
line 21 annotation Spider
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lines 10—15 score
lines 10—17 annotation generally no diffrncs in flower in dioicus flower
lines 5—1 annotation Exceptions of Male flowers an advntag Ask Hookr

lines 17—19 score