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bottom-margin annotation Proved by Henslow, see Hooker that they are same species— grow mixed at Down in same field — foliage different


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line 44 underline "3 ... high"


line 1 underline "seldom branched"

line 3 underline "decurrent"

line 4 underline "covered ... sides"

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line 38 underline "yard high"

line 39 underline "panicled ... top"

line 41 underline "dark ... above"

lines 42—43 underline "not decurrent"


top-margin annotation Dec 4 1862 Rev. W. A. Leighton says he has tried this repeatedly on V. virgatum with like result X

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bottom-margin annotation I suspect end to partial capsule: & blow ants incidentally like chloroform on stamens of Picaberg.—


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from End Note 2 annotation 329 first flowers 5-cleft subsequently 4-cleft; [not in Darwin's hand?:] Preserve


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