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line 9 underline "descriptions"
line 8 underline "definitions"
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line 10a "any" annotation What
lines 11—16 annotation yet ? parentage of scarcely any oldest plants known

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bottom-margin annotation (a) All very good against mere climate or change in conditions.—

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lines 2—8 annotation How absolutely opposed to Gardner & Bromfield
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from End Slip, Side 2 annotation 27 .Dry hot lower hills of Central India poor in species

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from End Slip, Side 2 annotation 30 Division of vars. of more permanent which accompany change of locality ?? (Ch 4)t01
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from End Slip, Side 2 annotation 30 Cedar of Lebanon & Deodar


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from End Slip, Side 2 annotation 32. Change of value in timber — Oak worthless at Cape

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from End Slip, Side 2 annotation 32 Gret change in medicinal properties of Plants in different climates


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lines 10—16 annotation India & Africa oldest parts of World
from End Slip, Side 2 annotation 91 India vry general sort of Flora (& vry central site C.D)

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lines 8—11 annotation here, I think, some temperate forms occur


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line 2 underline "Gentiana"
lines 3—4 annotation in reddish-brown crayon X
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lines 16—24 annotation When these connected the few Australians arrived in Ceylon.
from End Note 1 annotation in pale pencil 104 Khasia & India & Java


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from End Slip, Side 2 annotation 113 Connection of Africa & India, especially mountain plants .p. 129 do p 152


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line 11 underline "Chilian species"
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lines 14—10 annotation Are these genera Chilian


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lines 15—23 annotation During cold Period wd be driven here as last refuge


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from End Slip, Side 2 annotation 113 Connection of Africa & India, especially mountain plants .p. 129 do p 152


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from End Slip, Side 2 annotation 113 Connection of Africa & India, especially mountain plants .p. 129 do p 152


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from End Slip, Side 2 annotation 165 The most perfect species in group ought to be used for classification


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lines 15—1 annotation like ancient Fossils . There are living Fossils.
from End Slip, Side 2 annotation 207— Orders of limited extent point in mny directions, just like Cucurbitaceae of Wight, though he took distinctness as element.—


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from End Slip, Side 2 annotation 218 Berberis some species evergreen, somes deciduous & some varialbe —(so in Privets ? & Oaks). (Q)


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from End Slip, Side 2 annotation 233 «& 34» t01 on remarkalbe structural differences in member of same Family .p. 234
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from End Note 1 annotation in pale pencil 235


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from End Slip, Side 2 annotation 237 In Khasia orchids 1/12 of vegetation

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line 3 annotation What ?—
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from End Slip, Side 2 annotation 237 Point of classification


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line 5 underline "thalamiflorous polypetalous"
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from End Slip, Side 2 annotation 240 All water plants wide rangers & variable

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line 35 underline "from ... stamens"


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whole-margin annotation in dark pencil If these characters did not vary & so in Barberies they wd. be good species.
from End Note 2 annotation 243 to 248 | Ask Hooker


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from End Note 2 annotation 243 to 248 | Ask Hooker
from End Slip, Side 3 annotation p 248 “structure of grave interest in a Physiological point of view, but of no weight in systematics”

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from End Note 2 annotation 243 to 248 | Ask Hooker


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line 7bottom-margin annotation Is having a style a peculiarity


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from End Slip, Side 3 annotation 259 Corydalis one of few genera with many speces in Himalayas, in which majority are remarkably distinct.—

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from End Slip, Side 3 annotation 259 Corydalis one of few genera with many speces in Himalayas, in which majority are remarkably distinct.—


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from End Slip, Side 2 annotation p. 2. On Highness & Lowness — Low variable (Q)
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lines 5—10 annotation Shows how vars. & species run into each other
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from End Slip, Side 2 annotation p. 13. Remarks that local Botanists new species makers. (Ch. 4)


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from End Slip, Side 2 annotation ― Cannon. [he means `Canon.'] Similar climate in distant areas not inhabited by same or similar plants
from End Slip, Side 2 annotation p. 24 Says generally plants vary more in one climate than another (Ch. 4)


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from End Slip, Side 2 annotation p 26 Plants of N. Zealand more variable than those of India

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from End Slip, Side 2 annotation 28 Ranunculus speces of widely diffused, therefore variable (Q)


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from End Slip, Side 2 annotation 28 Individual variation ( Ch. 4)

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from End Slip, Side 2 annotation 29. Organs least modified vary most XX


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from End Slip, Side 2 annotation 37 Many extrardinry instances of deficiencies, as no Oaks & Pines — Caution about Islands. «Woodpecker & Vulture in Australia»


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from End Slip, Side 2 annotation 41. India & Java frmerly continuous ! Argues against chance introductions as too harmonious;— ‹th same argumt› look at dispersal of Boulders.—

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lines 15—23 annotation are not oceanic currents Harmonious; look at drift deposits.—
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from End Slip, Side 2 annotation 41. Good remarks on strife of Plants
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line 17 underline "A. atrata"
line 18 underline "A. Pyrenaica"
line 19 underline "A. viscosa"
line 22 underline "A. pubiflora"
line 23 underline "A. nigricans"
line 27 underline "A. alpina"
line 28 underline "A. glandulosa"
line 29 underline "A. jucunda"
line 32 underline "A. Pyrenaica"
line 33 underline "A. leptoceras"
line 34 underline "A. Kanawerensis"
line 35 underline "A. glandulosa"
line 36 underline "A. fragrans"
line 37 underline "A. Moorcroftiana"
line 38 underline "A. Olympica"


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from End Slip, Side 2 annotation 82. Mean temps of Equatorial Zones (?) for Glacial — «at 30° of Lat. 1 for each degrees» 1° for 300 ft ∴ 3000 = 10° of Lat.
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from End Slip, Side 2 annotation 87. Lower Himalaya & plants of Ceylon at 8000ft, often identified. (Glacial)


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lines 10—6 annotation Have you list ? Several species of same genus?
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from End Slip, Side 2 annotation 92 Local numerous assemblages of species «only» commonest on temperate & sub-alpine districts.


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from End Slip, Side 2 annotation 99 4000—6000ft truly temperate veg. supersedes Tropical

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from End Note 1 annotation in pale pencil 105 Japan & China

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bottom-margin annotation (a) I suppose these species are found in temperate China : this is important. —
from End Note 1 annotation in pale pencil 105 Japan & China
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lines 19—7 annotation Wandering species seem to connect whole world.— together
from End Slip, Side 2 annotation ― Abnormal vry wide rangers but disconnected ??t01 p. 165 do ( opposed tot02
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line 1 underline "identity of species"
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from End Slip, Side 2 annotation 114 Cases of identical & reprentative species in remote & exceptional areas


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lines 11—12 underline "Vaccinium, Gaultheria"
line 12 underline "Rhododendron"
line 13 underline "Rubus, Cotoneaster"
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whole-margin annotation It wd be worth seeing in all such cases, whether there were small aberrant genera, indicating extinction. There were cases before in Book.
     (Myrsine at Cape & Abyssinia a case ??)
     It is only species common to distant points of continents, & when accidental sea-carriage out of case.

from End Slip, Side 2 annotation ― Abnormal vry wide rangers but disconnected ??t01 p. 165 do ( opposed tot02
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