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line 11 underline in pale pencil "genre ... physes"

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from End Slip 2 annotation 29 shells to left in vars. & species of sam Family


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lines 7—11 annotation does not Yarrell say that thy fight?
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from End Slip 2 annotation 57 ‹& 110› on change in habits in old Hens


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lines 22—1 annotation p. 57 ,& 110
     There is analogy (?) in change of instincts of old Hen-birds & mules, with instincts of neuter insects & castrated cocks
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from End Slip 2 annotation 110    on Carps with imperfect female organ like neuters
     ( Ch. 9)t01

from End Slip 2 annotation 57 ‹& 110› on change in habits in old Hens
t01 - `( Ch. 9)' in pale pencil


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from End Note annotation 200 Classification
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from End Slip 2 annotation 210 on rudiments of limbs. 223 hereditary in Dog.
     224. some rudiment almost always present.—
     395 do.
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[continuation] 3 underline "analogues ... membres"
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lines 2—4 annotation hereditay rudimnt
from End Slip 2 annotation 210 on rudiments of limbs. 223 hereditary in Dog.
     224. some rudiment almost always present.—
     395 do.
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lines 1—2 underline "membres ... précédens"
line 4 underline "de ... os"
from End Slip 2 annotation 210 on rudiments of limbs. 223 hereditary in Dog.
     224. some rudiment almost always present.—
     395 do.
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top-marginline 13 annotation does not hereditariness prove this, or may sam cause affect embryo in its growth?

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     Often before remarked monstrosities in one part it seems, causes monstrosities in may other parts


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bottom-margin annotation May be mentioned as one of th laws governing variation in what cases have we doulbe organs in one species becomng single in another — womb ?


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line 12 underline "Intérieurement ... contraire"


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line 16 underline in pale pencil "attentif ... toujours"
line 17 underline in pale pencil "cartilages informes"
from End Slip 2 annotation 210 on rudiments of limbs. 223 hereditary in Dog.
     224. some rudiment almost always present.—
     395 do.
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bottom-margin annotation It is remarkalbe that many of th former monstrosities of th head, not uncommn with man hav never been observed in animals


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line 10 underline "elles ... rudimentaires"
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top-marginline 7 annotation There is most evident gradation in this sort of rudimentay organ


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lines 1—11 annotation this may be very important
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line 3 underline in pale pencil "pourquoi"
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from End Slip 2 annotation 413 certain monstrosities more common in certain species than others,— quite inexplicable.—

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annotation 200 Classification
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