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annotation 88 Australian Dingo not breedng at Paris (Q)

annotation 89 Capra tharal breeds easily with domestic Goat
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annotation 93. Young «(Qt01 ‹Boar› of feral boars striped this is a return of long latent character. as well as Tusks & bristles.t02
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annotation 94 Hair «(Qt01 of tail in Indian Boar bristly & sagittated. «Mem. W. Indies.»t02
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annotation 96. Bos gaveus fertile .see Griffiths Animal Kingdomt01
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annotation 101 Posterior branch of lower jaw in Mastiff, altered (Q)
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annotation 98 Cuvier says Jackall comes nearest to Dog (Q)

annotation 106    Mastiffs always in temperate countries (Cuba Bloodhound, Aegyptian do) N. Qt01
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annotation 119    Difference in gestation in domestic animals by Tessier

annotation 136    The Siberian race of Wolves easily known p. 148 various vars. oft01
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annotation 152    Pallas on crossng of Black wolves & Dogs (Q)

annotation 155    says Black & White wolves keep separate from others (see Mauduyt pamplet) (Ch. 6.)

annotation 154    Doubts on distinctness of American & European Wolves
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annotation 168 The ‹Red› wild Dogs of India destroys young Felidae
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annotation It would appear that greatr the difference , as in pigs, between parents greater the fertility, as long as difference is not connected with generative system. Infertility is not consequence of difference in size.
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annotation Dioecious & hermaphroditic flowers can be crossed.

annotation What a case of confusion in the canines, what are species & what races. — especially the diurnal canines
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annotation 75
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annotation p. 75 Reference to Pallas ‹Works› Paper on Degeneration See Cuvier Eloge
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