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top-margin annotation C. Darwin from the Author


lines 10—11 score
line 11 underline "and ... both"
from End Slip 2, Side 1 annotation in dark brown ink V.    no two countries present all vars. of same sp. in common p. XIV

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lines 14—15 annotation proof ? (chiefly frm variation in arctic contries)
from End Slip 2, Side 1 annotation in dark brown ink ―    Best-marked vars. on confines of range
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from End Slip 2, Side 1 annotation in dark brown ink ―    simplest grups present most variable species


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from End Slip 2, Side 1 annotation in dark brown ink VI.    more unstable than stable forms. — social plants constant

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line 18 annotation crossing


lines 4—5 score in dark pencil
lines 4—5 ) in dark pencil
from End Slip 2, Side 1 annotation in dark brown ink VII.    no relation between isolation of grup & closeness or definition of its species.

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from End Slip 2, Side 1 annotation in dark brown ink ― Extinction allows us to define groups.

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line 3 underline "a ... unalterable"
line 3 annotation ⸮⸮

line 18 underline "weakened ... exhausted"
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lines 19—18 annotation ⸮ without selection doubtful
lines 18—17 underline "the ... inhabits"
line 17 annotation X
bottom-margin annotation X I doubt whether holds with animals.— With Elephant it does perhaps.—
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line 5 underline "neglected"
lines 5—6 annotation with or without propagation by seed ? !!

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line 14 underline "original ... apple"
line 14 annotation good
line 15 underline "extent ... Roses"
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lines 15—18 annotation where are facts on roses?
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line 2 annotation good
from End Slip 2, Side 1 annotation in dark brown ink IX    conditions of cultivation are not really unnatural

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lines 16—15 annotation good


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annotation ??


line 5 underline "different ... provinces"
lines 4—5 annotation ?
line 3 underline "more ... permanent"
line 3 at "permanent" annotation ⧟ & more easily disseminated


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line 4 annotation cancelled do not understand

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lines 21—18 annotation Battle of life pretty equal.—

lines 6—4 double score in dark pencil
lines 6—3 annotation in dark pencil Does it differ beyond having bulb.—
from End Slip 2, Side 1 annotation in dark brown ink XIII. one var constant , th other var. of sam sp. variable.


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from End Slip 2, Side 1 annotation in dark brown ink V.    no two countries present all vars. of same sp. in common p. XIV

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top-margin annotation Is there not Epacris in Sandwich: how allied to Fuegian genera of Epacris?
from End Slip 2, Side 1 annotation in dark brown ink XV.    Flora of isld not nearest related to nearest mainland.

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line 1 underline "very"
line 2 underline "often"
line 3 at "Africa" annotation yet African, & islands barren
line 5 annotation X
line 5 underline "some ... forms"
line 8 at "found" annotation exceptionally
line 8 underline "Tristan d'Acunha"
line 8 annotation Is it not nearest to America?

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line 13bottom-margin annotation As coral islands themselves are included, they will generally have subsided, at intervals & been stocked by sea-borne plants & coral-soil
     vry peculiar.—
     ∴ In Indian Ocean comparison not valuable.
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lines 1—10 annotation An isld so lofty & ancient as Tahiti, whether rising or sinking must have been long peopled. /
from End Slip 2, Side 1 annotation in dark brown ink XVI.    gret contrast betwen Hebrides & Fidji

lines 4—7 annotation I doubt whole case

lines 8—21 annotation Hardly facts enough known —
     some islands rather near continent included.— (Marianne & Caroline Isd ought to be included.— & Gambier Isld)

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lines 3—7 annotation Effects of dampness on range —
from End Slip 2, Side 1 annotation in dark brown ink XVII    Effect of dampness in extending range of Tropical products

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from End Slip 2, Side 1 annotation in dark brown ink ―    Has used glacial hypothesis for New Zealand Montains


lines 3—4 apparently unintentional mark in pale pencil

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lines 9—18 annotation I doubt because the temperate forms have crossed the Equator in old & new world, & tropical orders still exist in both
from End Slip 2, Side 1 annotation in dark brown ink XVIII.    Fuegian species not enterng Mexican table-land

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from End Slip 2, Side 1 annotation in dark brown ink XIX to      Geological succession— no progression


line 1 underline "genera"
line 1 annotation & Devonian not different

line 13 underline "cone ... Araucaria"

line 15 underline "Cretaceous"
line 16 underline "Juglans"
lines 15—17 annotation Juglans old & intermediate
line 18 underline "Characeae"
lines 18—20 annotation Lyell says in Middle Purbeck )—X


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line 7 underline "900"

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lines 16—14 annotation good
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from End Slip 2, Side 1 annotation in dark brown ink XXIV Many plants are higher (so-called) plants reduced. On Highness & Lowness
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lines 6—11 annotation Highness & Lowness.

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lines 19—17 annotation I have somewhere discussed this
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lines 7—1 annotation good
     Highness & Lownesst01
t01 - `Highness & Lowness' in dark brown ink


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from End Slip 2, Side 1 annotation in dark brown ink XXVII. Richness of Antarctic in forms — XXVIII. not so vry peculiar a Flora as thought to be.
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lines 17—18 underline "that ... distribution"
from End Slip 2, Side 1 annotation in dark brown ink XXVII. Richness of Antarctic in forms — XXVIII. not so vry peculiar a Flora as thought to be.

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