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Handbook to The birds of Australia.
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LondonPublishe by the author,1865.
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Cambridge University Library
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lines 1—5 score
lines 10—12 score in pale pencil
lines 10—11 underline in pale pencil "thighs ... green"
lines 10—11 annotation in pale pencil Var

lines 5—1 score
line 6 annotation one of most Beutifl spec

bottom-margin annotation In other species of genus young very different — very beautiful. Shows not descent — from differently coloured ancestors
whole-margin annotation Hence It does not seem as if variation had occurred early in life, but had crawled backwards or invaded th young — & it seems whenever this happens it invades both sexes — & ceases to be limited to one sex.—

[continues overleaf] 6 underline "face"
line 6 underline "deep indigo-blue"
line 4 underline "wing ... lazuline"
line 3 underline "coverts ... blue"

[continuation] 3—4 underline "chest ... scarlet"
line 7 underline "face ... coverts"
line 8 underline "pale ... blue"
line 9 underline "being green"

bottom-margin apparently unintentional mark

bottom-margin apparently unintentional mark

lines 6—2 score
from End Note 2 annotation 538 New Zealand    mny ‹anomalou› «anomalous» Brds 3.12

line 18 apparently unintentional mark