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top-margin annotation Charles Darwin, F.R.S.
     Down Beckenham Kent
     vom Verfasser./


line 2 underline "Verbreitungsmittel"
line 4 underline "Pflanzen"
line 6 underline "Hildebrand"


lines 12—14 score


line 11 score [`bookmark']


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from End Note annotation p. 5 & 6. List of Authors on Means of Distribution.
from End Slip annotation in mid-grey ink p. 5 & 6. List of works on Means of Distribution.


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from End Note annotation p. 5 & 6. List of Authors on Means of Distribution.
from End Slip annotation in mid-grey ink p. 5 & 6. List of works on Means of Distribution.


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top-margin apparently unintentional mark


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lines 1—7 score
from End Slip annotation in mid-grey ink { 36 fruits eaten by birds on trees — those which stick «(p. 160)» to furry coats on bushes or Herbs


line 17 score [`bookmark']


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bottom-margin apparently unintentional mark


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line 4 underline "Trifolium Badium"
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[continuation] figure 6b score


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from End Slip annotation in mid-grey ink 80    fruits with Arillus (My case)


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line 16 underline "Campanula"
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lines 18—5 score
lines 19—11 annotation all sorts of adaptations to scatter seeds
from End Slip annotation in mid-grey ink 104. wonderfully mny adaptations for scattrng seeds
     fleshy fruits more open.

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top-marginline 2 apparently unintentional mark

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from End Slip annotation in mid-grey ink 107. fruits which do not open have only 1 seed.

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from End Slip annotation in mid-grey ink 107. fruits which do not open have only 1 seed.

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from End Slip annotation in mid-grey ink 107. fruits which do not open have only 1 seed.


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line 14 underline "hervortretende"
lines 15—16 underline "der ... fehlt"
line 16 underline "angenehme Geschmack"
from End Slip annotation in mid-grey ink 112. fruts do not become coloured «or scent» until ripe. (like calyx of Polygala) & shell of seed hard as a prtection
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underline "ihre ... Derbheit"


lines 18—14 score
line 16 underline "Asparageen ... Früchte"
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from End Slip annotation in mid-grey ink 114. good remarks on coloured fruit


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lines 3—4 underline "an ... Früchte"
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lines 16—9 annotation Gret economy in superfluous adaptations
from End Slip annotation in mid-grey ink 116    wonderful economy in th means of distribution — nothg superfluous & rarely 2 ways — confined to th female flowers


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lines 16—15 underline "Seidenhaare ... fehlen"
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line 12 annotation O
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from End Slip annotation in mid-grey ink 129 — Bears on what useless (Q)


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lines 12—6 annotation on same Plant
from End Slip annotation in mid-grey ink 144.    Cases of sam sp. with 2 mean of distribution

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lines 1—16 annotation Means of Distribution often differ much in allied Plants
from End Slip annotation in mid-grey ink 145.    Means often differ much in allied plants.
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whole-margin annotation When seeds of same kind ‹all› sown together all struggle together & all weak — not so when different kind for thn th strong kill the weak
from End Slip annotation in mid-grey ink 150 When mny seedlng of sam sp. struggle together all weakened, but differnt sp. kill each other more easily — & thus good of distribution.


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from End Slip annotation in mid-grey ink 151 & parents close interbreeding


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line 21 underline "ausbilden ... nicht"


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line 3 underline "nur ... also"
line 3 annotation Hooks

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line 6 underline "Vögel"
line 7 underline "baum- ... strauch-"
from End Slip annotation in mid-grey ink { 36 fruits eaten by birds on trees — those which stick «(p. 160)» to furry coats on bushes or Herbs


lines 8—9 score
lines 8—12 underline "wo ... muss"


bottom-margin annotation [ When pollen is brought frm a distance commonly — it is possible that means of distribution wd be less necessary C.D ]


annotation p. 5 & 6. List of Authors on Means of Distribution.

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