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annotation I thought of comparing rarity of English & German Birds after p 210
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annotation There is vry little information, except by inference, about fertility of the crossed canary-birds
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annotation 239    Hybrid of Canary & F. species alwys takes after latter in colour & shape (Q)t01
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annotation 242    good Breeders rare amongst Canaries
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annotation 247    In Birds reared frm nest, either sex will do to match with Canaries (Q)t01
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annotation 248    Certain that Hybrid Canaries & «(Q)» Goldfinches & Siskins will breed inter se [but first «(Qt01 yong are weak]
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annotation 247 ∗ Has himself crossed Bull-finch & Canaries (N.Q)t01
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annotation    252 Canaries sing till they kill themselves.
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annotation 262 Several cases of Birds in dark places losing brilliancy of colour (Ch 7) p. 308 do

annotation 289 Garrulus lived 12 years
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annotation 293 Migratory «(Q for instinctt01 & Home Thrushes can be distinguished — probaly do not cross (see [corrected from illegible word] Brehm)
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annotation 312    Nightingales once exterminated do not reappear (shows less abroad)
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annotation 318 Nightingale sometimes breed in cage surrounded by green boughs
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annotation 319 live to 15 years old — even 25 years
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annotation 322 Nightingale different «(Qt01 prowess of singers, some are night singers, inherited
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annotation 403 «(N.Qt01 I think mistake C. oenas & livia (No)    But says nothing on fertility of Hybrids
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annotation 418    Case of Quail Breeding
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annotation 2 Birds understand each others cries (N.Q)t01
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annotation 4. Singing male attribute to charm females
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annotation 7 Voice of Birds improves by practice (Q)t01       ■
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annotation 20 Remarks on rarity of Cage Birds breeding, except such as Canary used to confinmt
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annotation 83 Psittacus large eggs but unfertilised    105 exception
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annotation «xx» ‹106 Pi›
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annotation 142 «(Qt01 Different facilities t02 in learning in Bullfinches
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annotation «p» 251 «(Qt01 Different characters in Canaries «(as in man)»t02
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annotation 267 (Q)t01 in Larks «taken wild» t02
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annotation 139 Bullfinch occasionally breedng
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annotation 139 Canary ♂ Bullfinch ♀ (Canay ♀ Greenfinch ♂ p.145)
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annotation 185 Male losing sexual character in confinement — 215 Linnet do.    219. do.
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annotation 205 «Habit» t01 Chaffinch has «(Qt02 different song in different places —
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annotation 265 Larks «(Qt01 sing differently individually
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annotation 210 Can cross House & Tree Sparrow, but not reciprocal (224 on canaries do) «(Qt01
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annotation 212    on comparative rarity of House & Tree Sparrow
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annotation 221 vars of Goldfinch ,222
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annotation 230 Easier to pair Siskin with Canary of same colour
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annotation 237.    Origin of Canaries & Hybrids of (p 247) «(Q)» Hybrids)
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annotation 238 Thinks want of exercise gret cause of variation.—


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annotation 107. Memory .
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annotation 108. var
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annotation 114 range

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annotation 192 .var
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