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annotation 33 Gar-pike-Ganoid of F.W. in N. America

annotation 34 Another rather ancient Fish in F.W.
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annotation 36 on lowness. because like Embryo.

annotation 150 .On analogy of recent of N. America & Miocene of Europe

annotation 175 List of F.W. Plants of Lake Superior; I doubt whether any use
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annotation ‹187› 193 On ant. & post. extremities of th Bat, being alike at early age — so in Birds
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annotation 195 on relation of embryology to geolog. succession.

annotation 198 on order in Cephalopods — Nautilus simplest
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annotation 239 — On entomology of ‹N. America› L. Superior — No. American forms.— a common Fauna with N. Europe & N. Asia — species different, but most close (Mem. Kirby thought same) admit identity in Arctic, & most close analogues in L. Superior.

annotation 240 on greater range of aquatic Beetles.
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annotation 247 F. Water animals under similar latitudes are uniform as vegetation


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annotation [illegible word]› 252 On embryonic forms «fish» not deserving a separate cla■ss.
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annotation 255 Ganoids &c in ■F.W.
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annotation 257. on impossibility of making groups of equal value

annotation 260 Reptilian character of Ganoid, “enbodying prospective view of another class”
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annotation 265 on Families intermediate in character & in space or position .

annotation 285. Excellent case of Percopsis of Chalk, which combined characters, which soon diverged, intermediate between Ctenoids & Cycloids.

annotation 289. Hardly one Family in which some species are not both marine & F.W.

annotation 292 — case of variability in a Perch, good as frm Agassiz

annotation horizontally crossed 317. Esox boreus is made distinct by Agassiz
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annotation 327. Accounts for uniformity of Salmonidae by uniformity of conditions
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annotation 352 Range of Cyprinoids p 363
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annotation 374 All F W. Fish of N. America distinct.
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annotation 375 . On F.W. Fish being analogous with those of Eurpe & Asi■a.

annotation 377 on shoals created as■ shoals
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