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Das Abändern der Vögel durch Einfluss des Klima's
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Breslau, August Schulz & Co, 1833
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annotation in pale pencil Only skimmed, vry poor Book all Assertion

annotation Graba's Ornith Voyage Feroe

annotation p. 42
     p. 44
     p 69t01
     p. 74, 75
t01 - `p. 44 ... 69' in dark pencil
t02 - `89 ... 98' in dark pencil
t03 - `138' in dark pencil
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annotation 23    tints of plumage vary with Climate

annotation 69    Nillsson on variation of Beak in Tetrao saliceti.    (Q)

annotation 70. many short-tailed birds have 1 or 2 pair of extra-caudal. (as Kingfisher) can this be compensation or rudimentary.
     (allude when I talk of ‹important› organs being few & not variable.—)
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annotation 69 References to Bruch's papers. (I have read)
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annotation 74    on changes of Ducks wings & feet, tamed «& Geese accordng Bruch»

annotation 103 on spreading of sparrows with cultivation in Russia
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annotation 143 corvus of Faroe & C. cornix

annotation Appendix systematics at end on doubtful specis

annotation 157 on Tetrao saliceti & scoticus beng same species (Q)

annotation 722. on variability of Head & Beak

annotation    Brehm made some of his species frm single specimens & dry specimens.

annotation 722.    Colymbus 18 or 20 tail feathers
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annotation 731    Beak & length of ‹wings› «promnncs» in Anser segetum variable — so it is with domestic geese
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annotation 733 tail feathers increase in number in Colymbus with age
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annotation in dark brown ink Is Anser segetum supposed parnt of domestic goose.—
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annotation Bruch in Isis 1828 Band XXI

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annotation do    Isis 1829    Band XXII

annotation p. 629    Caudals increase with age. varialbe in Anser segetum — lines 16—20 !
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annotation p.152 . on th Sparrow Ch. 4
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