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from End Slip 2 annotation 173 Owen intermediate fossils — 185 — 196 Summary on do

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line 23 underline "like ... a"
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lines 1—24 annotation this is like Waterhouses remark that low groups vary much,
from End Slip 1 annotation p. 181 Waterhouse — low in scale;
from End Slip 2 annotation 181 do — animals on confines of groups present great differences

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lines 29—51 annotation according to this, if there were many Monotremes, they wd vary much.—


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from End Slip 2 annotation 173 Owen intermediate fossils — 185 — 196 Summary on do

line 46 underline "Pleiosaurus"
line 46 annotation Enaliosaurians

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lines 1—44 annotation As species are long lived (must be!!) so are genera — how is this in Mammifers Badger long—lived — Carnivora in Eocene


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lines 31—49 annotation These cd have been np terrestrial Mammifers for 70 specimens of Iguanodons have been found


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lines 1—35 annotation assumes the series to be perfect & a tendency to higher development —
from End Slip 2 annotation 197. Argument (Owen) against Transmutation — Resting on assumed rise in development — Grand discussion.—


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lines 12—42 annotation must confess even on my view imperfection of record surprising —

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whole-margin annotation Do those geologists who tacitly think the record pretty perfect — think that there were only 3 Mammifers during Oolitic & only . — Reptiles during Carboniferous & so many in Permean & Triassic


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from End Slip 2 annotation 201 Embryology of recent Reptiles resembles ancient

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lines 6—8 annotation Falconer

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lines 44—50 annotation ?
from End Slip 2 annotation 96 Different form of Vertebrae in ant & post part of column. Ch 7. Kinds of Transition.—