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top-margin annotation Wm. Twining MD Ap. 1844


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lines 7—12 annotation (Q)
from End Slip annotation 10 Many innocuous serpents «(Q)» have grooved teeth p42 on do. «important» —47 (Q)


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lines 3—17 annotation good passage if such forms did not exist now, we shd. marvel at the transition. p. 24
from End Slip annotation 22 Snakes & Lizards a good gap well filled up    p 24


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line 8 underline "difficult ... impossible"
from End Slip annotation 22 Snakes & Lizards a good gap well filled up    p 24

\lines 211—7 score in dark pencil
line 11 underline "Pygopus"
lines 11—9 annotation snake or lizard ? ?


line 10 underline "but ... lung"
lines 7—13 annotation “    ”
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lines 12—7 multiple score
line 7 underline "external"
line 6 underline "constant"
lines 17—11 annotation (Q)
from End Slip annotation 26 Great changes in position of viscera owing to shape «(Q)» of body «correlatn Ch 7» ; & gret differenc in differnt «forms» External organs more constant


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lines 3—2 underline "in ... vertebrae"
from End Slip annotation 27 Number of vertebrae differing in s■ame species
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line 5 underline "salivary"

line 19 underline "anterior end"
line 10 underline "posterior part"
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line 7 underline "more ... saliva"
lines 10—5 annotation (Q)


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from End Slip annotation 45 Snakes with tips of ribs forming teeth (Q)


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top-marginline 4 annotation (Q)
     Explains origin of teeth

line 9 annotation Salivary
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line 15 score in pale pencil
line 15 underline "tendinous band"
line 21 underline "tendinous"
line 23 underline "to ... articulation"
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line 1 underline "dangerous"
line 1 at "consequences" annotation is it painful, at once
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from End Slip annotation 55 ‹Pancreas› «Spleen» differs in species & varies in individuals. (Q)
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lines 7—9 annotation in brown ink (Q)
from End Slip annotation 80 Crotalus mutus has spinet01 not rattle (N.Q)
t01 - underlined in reddish-orange crayon
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line 1 underline "190 to 217"
bottom-margin annotation Plenty of cases afterwards show nor of vertebrae vary
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line 10 underline "known ... Africa"
line 15 underline "curious"
lines 19—20 underline "This ... species"
lines 15—21 annotation a wanderer
from End Slip annotation 146. Coluber canus only species of genus in S. Africa & abnormal species


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line 16 underline "most ... means"
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bottom-margin annotation Snakes can live without eating 6 & 18 months
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lines 5—1 annotation not volcanic Islds


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line 20 underline "other species"
lines 21—22 underline "often ... Antilles"
line 15 crossing-out "Japan"
line 15 annotation Java
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from End Slip annotation 199 ∗ Snakes in Isls of Pacific


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lines 7—26 annotation Now when a genus ranges widely & yet has some peculiaty of colourng, it wd appear to be descent.
from End Slip annotation 203 Section of genus Elaps, trifling distinction in S. America (& shows persistenc «of trifling characters»


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line 13 underline "elevation ... species"


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line 12 at "Cameleon" annotation (Q) →
line 12 underline "forked nose"
lines 20—7 annotation case, I suspect, of great peculiarity, variable.

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top-margin annotation Sea & Land must have been connected between Europe & Japan. —
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line 11 underline "laudatus"
line 11 annotation ?

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lines 7—6 underline "Saurians ... Ophidians"
from End Slip annotation 219 Saurians & snakes of Japan all distinct from Europe. Frogs th same !

bottom-margin annotation what a difficulty introduction of F.W. Eel in Otaheite & some of the Antarctic Isds.— Do not thy breed in Sea.


top-margin annotation consult Waterhouse.—
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line 14 underline "Timor"
line 18 underline cancelled "Timor"
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from End Slip annotation 222 «to 226, 8 — to 235» The Monkey of Timor a darker var. this looks as if endemic & other Mammals.


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line 8 underline "Timor"
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from End Slip annotation 222 «to 226, 8 — to 235» The Monkey of Timor a darker var. this looks as if endemic & other Mammals.


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line 26 underline "Marianne Islands"
line 28 underline "Timor"
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from End Slip annotation 222 «to 226, 8 — to 235» The Monkey of Timor a darker var. this looks as if endemic & other Mammals.


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line 1 underline "Timor"
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line 32 underline "Marianne"
from End Slip annotation 222 «to 226, 8 — to 235» The Monkey of Timor a darker var. this looks as if endemic & other Mammals.


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lines 23—24 underline "Sumatra ... Borneo"

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top-margin annotation Sumatra & Java vry different soils—

line 17 underline "islands ... Timor"
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lines 14—7 score in pale pencil
from End Slip annotation 222 «to 226, 8 — to 235» The Monkey of Timor a darker var. this looks as if endemic & other Mammals.


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from End Slip annotation 222 «to 226, 8 — to 235» The Monkey of Timor a darker var. this looks as if endemic & other Mammals.


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from End Slip annotation 222 «to 226, 8 — to 235» The Monkey of Timor a darker var. this looks as if endemic & other Mammals.


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from End Slip annotation 222 «to 226, 8 — to 235» The Monkey of Timor a darker var. this looks as if endemic & other Mammals.

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