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annotation Reaumur's work ought to be read

annotation Are there any instances serving the parent itself which come into play, after period of propagation, connected with death, making a place to die in — such as cats going into holes, because these cannot be acquired by habits & then transmitted, they must be consequences of some previous habit —

annotation wasps killing their young in autumn at first appear so, but then perhaps some of the old murderous wasps survive.—

annotation As neuters are sometimes converted into Queens & then breed my argument against instinct arising from habit, is not perfect.— are neuters of ants ever converted? The instincts of neuters, probably same with those of females of same species anciently

annotation 165 There are in Hives Bees called corsairs idlers (Q)

annotation 179 Seed of Clover Crops almost destroyed by Apions.

annotation 192 Cucumbers not injured by insects in England but much in America

annotation 203, 230 on artificial substances — p386 — 390;

annotation Cases of foreign fruits in England & America injured by insects, so changes in Habit

annotation 203 — Nectarine destroyed by insects in America & not Peach — selection wd act on a trifle Ch. 6.

annotation 357 (Q) good relation ichneumon with long ovipositor laying eggs in larvae in fir-cone

annotation 371 (Q) Female ant first takes charge of nest (but I presume is never soldier &c)

annotation 274 (Q) Mother wasps, several in nest take charge of young

annotation 380 (Q) Humble Bees

annotation 382 Case of reason in Bees (Q)

annotation 391 (Q) When insect has fed on one sort of plant will die rather than change (Q)

annotation 435 (Q) Ant-Lion & Fly making same sort of trap for catching prey.

annotation 459, 461 (Q) (Q) Remarkable instincts 474

annotation 478 NQ Caterpillars social in early stages remarkable fact

annotation 492. Musc & wax making Bees — former do secrete little Honey — (ant which secretes sweet juice in Westwood

annotation to 504 (Q) Bees. Nothing particular for me in Instincts

annotation Vol I

annotation p382

annotation Bees supporting comb till pillars built

annotation W. White about snail pulling them at L' ⟨i.e. at right-angles⟩ to extract themselves

annotation p391 about changes of food Q

annotation p435 Ant-Lion & Fly same sort of trap Cuckoo & Molothus

annotation lines 459—461 Tineae cutting leaves to Pattern

annotation Sentence about comb each part depending on what has gone before

annotation 380 Workers destroying eggs of Queen Humbles, Spider

annotation 136; 148; 153; 166; 171; 176; 179; 192, 194, 199, 201, 203*, 4, 9; 230; 270; 272;

annotation 293 to 98 insect impregn;

annotation 322; 332; 336; 357; 361; 371 to 4; 76 to 82; 386; 390; 399; 402; 435; 442; 448; 459; 472; 474; 476; 78; 492; 98; 500; 505

annotation 496 on manner in which Bees form their cells

annotation p293 Capital references about all Plants which catch insects