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top-margin annotation Charles Darwin Esq. F.R.S.,
     with the author's kind regards.

annotation 13 Larva of cirripede more typical of class than mature Barnacle[■]
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annotation To Owens view, there appears to me ‹two› «3» objection,.— 1st th astounding diffusion of th spermatic force in many mosses &c which ■for centuries do not breed — 2d th vis medicatrix — nails produce on stump in man's ‹flesh› fingers , which facts blend into gemmation . 3d facts of buds &c partaking of character of old tree, «& not varying» whereas seeds go back & take new characters . 4th (p 26 — growth & gemmation are hardly distinguishable

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     25 metamorphosis of epizoic Crust
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annotation 75 Pangenesis — buds & ova alike

annotation Remember that Metagenesis (generation or growth within) blends into metamorphsis — any explanation for one must hold for other.—)