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Befruchtung der Blumen durch Insekten
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Leipzig, Wilhelm Engelmann, 1873
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annotation extraordinary facts about the 2 forms of Rhinanthus & Malva— vry important as showing new way of variation— Strange they do not blend— wd it not be worth while to cross and experimentise on them & publish separate paper—
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annotation in Darwin's hand, in brown ink p. 369.    Scabiosa case like Thymus — ♀ flowers smaller.
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annotation p. [?]37 [?]Orchids
     p 75 all have description    Galaxias
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annotation 430 [wrongly copied as `433'] «for» Orchids
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annotation [ 444 / Mullers Laws of Variation ]
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