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lines 1—5 annotation 2 colours not adaptation to conditions


lines 20—12 annotation under sides of wings differ vy little—
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line 7 underline "direkten"
lines 3—2 underline "Temperatur ... Entwicklungsdauer"
line 6bottom-margin annotation Dimorphism due to dirct effect of conditions.


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top-marginline 3 annotation Temp. durng pupation affects colour of Butterflies. by experiments
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lines 1—15 annotation Temperature did not make a complete transformation


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lines 6—7 underline "ist ... zwingen"


lines 1—8 annotation Summer form is a newly acquired form, & cold causes avitism & return to pristine winter forms


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lines 10—15 score
lines 1—15 annotation Effects of climate cumulative like a poison

lines 15—10 annotation Bears on climatal variations, which are slow.


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lines 1—15 annotation Explains Marcellus & Papilio on same principles but reversion easier

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lines 28—7 annotation Thinks great heat will cause atavism of the Porima-Vanessa as well as cold

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lines 1—1 annotation Thinks shaking causes reversion — It comes to what I said, anythng which disturbs th organisation .


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lines 15—5 annotation The so called alpine & arctic var. is the parent form.


lines 10—5 annotation Winter-form much less variable than summer form


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lines 23—16 annotation in dark pencil if th same species thus split, we must expect it in distnct forms

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line 6bottom-margin annotation distinguishes climate & local variations
     These cases may be compared with th Polar-Bear always white & Ermine white only in winter —


lines 15—20 annotation Thinks this a new definition of Climatal variations . (applies to Birds in U. States.)


line 9 underline "var. Bryoniae"
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lines 8—12 annotation a climatal var. & season dimorphic

line 15 underline "Alpenklimas"
lines 14—13 underline "diese ... Winterform"
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lines 3—15 annotation 1st question to decide whethr change of climate acts by acceleratng or delayng period of ‹variation› ‹pupation› developmt. Birds in U. States answer this.—
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lines 15—17 annotation th result he Concludes «of» higher temp


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top-marginline 2 annotation The change of colour & males depends on Nature of organism & not on the warmth


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line 11 underline "Entwickelungsrichtung ... andere"
lines 2—12 annotation argues that nature of organism far more important than the exciting cause
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lines 17—23 annotation quotes me to above effect

line 8 underline "im ... schwarz"
line 7 underline "im ... schwärzer"

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lines 8—1 annotation But in Birds the nature of change seems more alike in many species—
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lines 15—3 annotation Warmth has affected one sex more than the other, so with Birds in U. States. see last Edit. of Descent.


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line 2 annotation X

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lines 6—2 annotation Caterpillars of season-dimrphism alike


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lines 4—1 annotation inheritance of corresponding sexual generation


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lines 5—13 annotation New law of inheritance, well-known in asexual generation
line 20 underline "cyclische Vererbung"
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lines 12—11 underline "Generation ... der"
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lines 20—14 annotation climatal vars, but no season dimorphic vars: exist


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top-margin annotation I think he means that sexual generation has been lost & is parthenogenetic for intermediat genertions


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top-margin annotation A Crust. with summer & winter eggs the latter alone undergo a regular metamorphosis

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lines 14—9 annotation We see here a passage from metamorph to none
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lines 8—3 annotation think it direct result of climate???


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lines 14—6 annotation Divides cases, as I understand, into whether or not, the Embryology is different


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lines 6—5 annotation ⧟ as


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lines 8—9 underline "die ... Variabilität"
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lines 16—17 underline "durch ... Reiz"
lines 15—20 annotation applies to this particular case
lines 12—9 score
line 11 underline "durch ... grössere"


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lines 13—11 annotation This is same as Jaeger
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lines 7—3 annotation allows douts abut Hilgendorf


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lines 3—18 annotation His theory of isolation referred to
     ‹But it does not apply that› «Because» Variations not quite identical. in 2 stations in relative nmber.


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line 8bottom-margin annotation All variation due to changed conditions, but does not directly depend on nature of conditions


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lines 13—26 annotation Each species has different histry & so is differntly acted on by conditions differently from other spe

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lines 10—9 underline "gerichteten ... Askenasy's"


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lines 26—27 underline "sie ... Reize"


[continues overleaf] figure 1 annotation Winter-form Levana
figure 5 annotation Prorsa Sim
figure 10 annotation levata Summer forms
figure 12 annotation Summer forms /