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line 19 annotation 1806

annotation Cirripede — Phyllosome
     (b) Palpi = Mandibles
     c Mandibles = Lower lip.
     (d) inner maxillae = maxillae
     (e) outer maxilla = outer max. rudimentary & far frm mouth
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lines 11—10 score
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lines 8—6 score
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lines 1—4 score
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lines 8—10 double score
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lines 8—9 score
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lines 13—12 score
lines 13—10 annotation — does not mention inner tunic of sack
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lines 9—5 score
lines 9—5 annotation are these muscles in 6 bundles
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lines 15—16 double score
lines 15—20 annotation Does not perceive homology
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line 22 underline "seconde"
line 22 at "seconde" annotation double
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line 23 underline "en ... même"
line 24 underline "les ... une"
lines 23—24 score
lines 23—24 annotation all right
line 26 score
lines 23—31 annotation does not state that this is th conum frm inside of animals body
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lines 2—1 score
line 2 underline "non articulée"
line 2bottom-margin annotation pedicel not articulated
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lines 11—15 score

lines 11—7 score
lines 11—7 annotation X
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[continues overleaf] 1 annotation in reddish-brown crayon X
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bottom-margin annotation cancelled Does not describe muscle of pedicel of body —
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top-margin annotation Cirri power of separating frm each other & two rows frm each other
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[continuation] 1—2 score
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lines 4—5 double score
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lines 6—15 annotation does not mention muscl of dorsal articulation
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     or ther attchm t 2d joint of pedicel
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lines 15—7 annotation Knows nothing about apodeme or homology

lines 9—7 score
line 3 underline "regarder ... tête"
lines 2—1 underline "des ... langue"
line 1 at "langue" annotation — ⸮
line 1 underline in reddish-brown crayon "langue"
line 1 at "langue" annotation in reddish-brown crayon — & p. 23
line 4bottom-margin annotation !! 4 pair ,right
     Considers palpi as Mandibles
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line 5 underline "une ligne"
line 6 underline "muscle constrictor"
lines 5—6 annotation
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lines 10—12 annotation in reddish-brown crayon X
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line 12 annotation does not moultng
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lines 14—16 score
lines 14—16 annotation quite right

lines 9—8 annotation in reddish-brown crayon X
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line 1bottom-margin annotation X
     a single caecum !!
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line 7 underline "d'une ... enfoncemens"
lines 9—12 score
lines 9—12 annotation I always have found loose.

lines 17—15 score
lines 18—1 annotation is not aware of th distinctness of rectum shown by moulting ,for he does not describe th two coats — or two coats of oesophagus.
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bottom-margin annotation I believe it contracts itself, when separated by the cloche of rectum


lines 10—12 double score
lines 13—14 annotation in reddish-brown crayon X
lines 14—16 score
lines 17—19 score

line 9 score
line 7 score
lines 10—1 annotation ie what I have called oviduct —
     There is hollow in middle of pedicel of body


lines 17—8 score in reddish-brown crayon
lines 15—13 annotation in reddish-brown crayon X
line 16 underline "filet ... salivaire"
line 10 underline in reddish-brown crayon "cervicaux"
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lines 4—1 double score
lines 4—1 annotation Xt01 — think legs thoracic !!
line 1 underline "branches nerveuses"
bottom-margin annotation is this owing to basal joint being confluent ?! probaly
t01 - `X' in reddish-brown crayon


lines 2—4 score
line 2 annotation n
line 11 underline "la queue"
lines 10—11 score
lines 10—11 annotation No
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lines 16—18 annotation in reddish-brown crayon X
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lines 7—8 score
lines 9—17 annotation Male organs differ considraly from those of a true Crab.
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lines 7—6 score
lines 8—5 annotation this must be when agitated by fear
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lines 4—1 score
line 4 underline in reddish-brown crayon "une petite langue"
line 3 underline in reddish-brown crayon "deux dernières"
lines 3—2 annotation ?
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bottom-margin apparently unintentional mark


lines 15—18 score
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lines 10—3 annotation is edge of oesophagus fixed to stomach ? I think so

bottom-margin annotation [drawing] — ant support
     Dorsal support
     muscle attachs t end of spoon & opening valvular mouth
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bottom-margin annotation Look at stomach of B. candidus —
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[continues overleaf] lines 3—1 score
line 3bottom-margin annotation in Polliceps too hard to contract surely.—
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[continuation] 1—3 score
line 2 underline "sur ... repli"
lines 6—9 double score
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lines 1—11 annotation Body «generally» bent a good chacter
     Articulation [illegible word] except 5. posterior abdominal segments.
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lines 6—2 score in dark pencil


lines 8—6 score
line 8 underline "branchies ... pieds"


[continues overleaf] 4 underline in reddish-brown crayon "notamment des Phyllosomes"
lines 6—3 in reddish-brown crayon annotation wrong !


[continuation; continues overleaf] 1—3 score
lines 1—3 score in dark pencil
lines 1—3 annotation !t01 Not02
lines 6—9 score
line 8 underline in reddish-brown crayon "branchies"
lines 8—9 annotation in reddish-brown crayon —?
line 12 annotation yes
lines 14—15 annotation in reddish-brown crayon X yes
line 20 underline in reddish-brown crayon "autre paire"
line 20 annotation in reddish-brown crayon no
lines 22—24 score
lines 19—23 annotation !t03 ! not04
lines 26—27 score
lines 29—30 annotation in reddish-brown crayon yes
line 1 underline in reddish-brown crayon "sac membraneux"
line 1 annotation in reddish-brown crayon no
t01 - `!' in reddish-brown crayon over pencil
t02 - `No' in reddish-brown crayon
t03 - `!' in reddish-brown crayon
t04 - `no' in reddish-brown crayon


[continuation] 1—3 score


lines 9—11 score


annotation [drawing]
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