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bottom-margin annotation Do not forget changes in larval condition.— as causing changes in mature

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lines 25—26 annotation Great wet—, action on th larvae? So in plants, accordg to Decandolle)

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top-margin annotation It is vy important that the linking forms are often rarer; by Mr Wollastons accont, thos th extremes: hence easily exterminated. } —
     How far are intermdiate links produced by crossing ? if so thy wd cease when species made

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bottom-margin annotation (a)    Thinks decrease of wings increases size in some instances & so makes up for isolation which tends to reduce size

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top-margin annotation With this I can hardly believe, that intermarriag can decrease size. — May not greater powers of locomotion be regained for apterus insects
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line 12bottom-margin annotation Wings, I suppose last developed organs , can that bear on their variability ?
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top-margin annotation Insects may seldom be able to fly so disuse «like ducks or silk moths» come into play, aided by selection. Analogy of wingless Birds, wd lead to former belief.

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