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bottom-margin annotation We can thus see how Oestrus acquired instinct of depositing eggs to be licked up.


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lines 10—13 annotation What use is to Coleopters?


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from End Slip 1 annotation 165 There are in Hives Bees called corsairs idlers (Q)


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line 7 underline "⟨a species name⟩"
line 9 underline "purple"
line 13 underline "⟨a species name⟩"
line 14 underline "Dutch ... clover"
from End Slip 1 annotation 179 Seed of Clover Crops almost destroyed by Apions.


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from End Slip 1 annotation 192 Cucumbers not injured by insects in England but much in America


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line 3 underline "some ... Germany"
lines 10—11 underline "fortunately ... us"
line 6 annotation Why


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line 13 underline "1787"

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lines 14—15 underline "are ... empire"


top-margin annotation change of instincts
from End Slip 1 annotation 203 — Nectarine destroyed by insects in America & not Peach — selection wd act on a trifle Ch. 6.
from End Slip 1 annotation 203, 230 on artificial substances — p386 — 390;

lines 4—5 underline "which ... fruit"
lines 3—8 annotation curious considering not aboriginal fruits

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line 14 underline "fruit ... unripe"

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lines 30—32 annotation yet only varieties


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line 23 underline "date ... the"


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from End Slip 1 annotation 203, 230 on artificial substances — p386 — 390;

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from End Note 2 annotation 293 to 98 insect impregn;
from End Note 3 annotation p293 Capital references about all Plants which catch insects

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line 27 underline "rich ... soil"


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from End Note 2 annotation 293 to 98 insect impregn;

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line 29 underline "Mordellae"


line 22 underline "perennial knawel"

line 23 underline "in ... country"


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from End Slip 1 annotation 357 (Q) good relation ichneumon with long ovipositor laying eggs in larvae in fir-cone


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from End Slip 1 annotation 371 (Q) Female ant first takes charge of nest (but I presume is never soldier &c)


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line 7 annotation x

line 8 underline "drones ... workers"

line 16 annotation x


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from End Slip 1 annotation 380 (Q) Humble Bees
from End Slip 2 annotation 380 Workers destroying eggs of Queen Humbles, Spider

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lines 9—10 underline "may ... bounds"

lines 15—17 annotation useless instinct

bottom-margin annotation This instinct coming into play, only


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from End Slip 1 annotation 382 Case of reason in Bees (Q)

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from End Slip 1 annotation 203, 230 on artificial substances — p386 — 390;

line 18 annotation V. p.390


line 2 underline "the ... purpose"
from End Slip 1 annotation 203, 230 on artificial substances — p386 — 390;

lines 1—3 annotation !

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lines 6—9 annotation “    ” ⟨and (sub)editorial marking(s)⟩
from End Slip 1 annotation 391 (Q) When insect has fed on one sort of plant will die rather than change (Q)
from End Slip 2 annotation p391 about changes of food Q

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lines 18—19 annotation useless


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lines 2—11 annotation very singular not inherited from same parent stock
from End Slip 1 annotation 435 (Q) Ant-Lion & Fly making same sort of trap for catching prey.
from End Slip 2 annotation p435 Ant-Lion & Fly same sort of trap Cuckoo & Molothus


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line 21 underline "flowers"

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line 24 underline "flowers"


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line 10 underline "A. Pini"


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lines 21—22 annotation V 464
from End Slip 1 annotation 459, 461 (Q) (Q) Remarkable instincts 474
from End Slip 2 annotation lines 459—461 Tineae cutting leaves to Pattern
    


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from End Slip 1 annotation 459, 461 (Q) (Q) Remarkable instincts 474
from End Slip 2 annotation lines 459—461 Tineae cutting leaves to Pattern
    


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from End Slip 1 annotation 459, 461 (Q) (Q) Remarkable instincts 474


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lines 12—17 annotation This is remarkable contrast with parents instincts
from End Slip 1 annotation 478 NQ Caterpillars social in early stages remarkable fact


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lines 10—11 annotation X
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from End Slip 1 annotation 492. Musc & wax making Bees — former do secrete little Honey — (ant which secretes sweet juice in Westwood

bottom-margin annotation X The Humbles who make pillars of wax shows adaptation of instinct to circumstances


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lines 2—4 annotation gradation Q

bottom-margin annotation It is analogous to difference accompanying age or sex — attached to something unknown — being produced contemporaneously is novelty


lines 15—16 annotation X
lines 4—28 annotation Humbles all secrete a viscid fluid to unite various substances


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top-margin annotation Ants work by hollowing clay & wood out, same principle V. ante
from End Note 3 annotation 496 on manner in which Bees form their cells

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line 29 annotation Habit

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line 22 underline "thin ... purpose"
from End Slip 1 annotation to 504 (Q) Bees. Nothing particular for me in Instincts

line 31 underline "irregular ... placed"


lines 1—2 underline "connected ... wax"

line 3 underline "pale ... bodies"

line 7 underline "oral ... might"

lines 15—16 underline "flattened ... dimen-sions"

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line 20 underline "the ... cells"
line 21 underline "female"

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line 28 underline "goblet-like"

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line 7 underline "but ... convex"

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