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lines 9—4 annotation Plants probaly long-lived


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lines 27—32 annotation How is this in Europe. /
     Macrauchenia in Patagonia

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line 10bottom-margin annotation In Chiloe recent shells ocur in changed proportions.
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top-marginline 9 annotation Is it certain that Elephas & Rhinocrs survived glacial Epoch.—
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line 16 underline "variety ... Elephas"
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lines 17—1 annotation Is there not great difference about fossil Boves. Have Nillsons writings been translated into German ?


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line 28bottom-margin annotation These nmbers, as in Brazil caves, wd make one think successive Faunas minged.— [he means `mingled' or `merged'?]


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from End Note annotation in dark pencilhorizontally crossed p. 231    Hardly distinct age of Alps ?


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lines 19—35 annotation Yet continents must have existed nearly as now during later Tertiary periods.


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lines 23—1 annotation so geographically ; consider this.— same functions & purposes, slight differences ; implies separation; hardly S. & N. species; at ‹least›
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from End Note annotation vertically crossed horizontally crossed p. 295 not clear whether 3 strata with gypsum?


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lines 2—9 annotation Selection slow — Change of species reacting. new introductions.

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lines 11—6 annotation Has not 4th species been discoverd


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lines 12—8 annotation duration of plants


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lines 14—2 annotation When we come here Plants have changed even more than animals


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lines 1—4 annotation ancient th great classes of insects.
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