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Contributions to the natural history of the United States of North America
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top-margin annotation Charles Darwin Esq from his friend the Author

annotation     Agassiz on Classification
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annotation p.5    My valuation of Grups.

annotation 10    Agassiz explanation of Rudimnts
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annotation 15    Ambylopsis vy remote affinities.
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annotation p.15    Proteus    affinities of
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annotation 24    Admits tht Vertebrata «p.31» probably arose with other types . Well may he say what changes (p. 24) has 30 years produced. in date of appearance of grupst01
t01 - `in date ... grups' in pencil
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annotation 30    Isolated Fam. of Fishes.— «p.42. do» / Fresh-water abnormals
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annotation 37    Admits tht conditions do not explain distribution

annotation 38    No class exist without havng som cosmopolitan genera

annotation 39    On creation of nmber of individuals.
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annotation 41.    Quotes Waterhouse of reprsntation of all orders by Marsupials in Australia

annotation 44    curious table of relations of Scincus with no relation to geograph. Distribution
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annotation 49    Aquatic animals bigger than terrestrial

annotation 53    same species have lived for 30,000 years «or 200,000 years» as inferrd frm coral-reefs.
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annotation 58    Chelonians much individual variability.
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annotation 61    On Lungs of spiders not really two kinds.
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annotation 74.    Possible explanation of th strange Mollusc within Synapta
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annotation 82 On Classification of Fishes.
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annotation 100 «& 113 & 115» On Embryological & geological Succession    .107 «to 111» Classificatory rank & Geolog. Succession.—

annotation 102    Lund on succession of Types.

annotation 117    On combinations of characters in old Forms
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annotation 124    Parasites. belong to all orders (.«no» Strepsiptera)
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annotation 162    the sentence from Linnaeus about genera
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annotation 166    idea of sp. proceeding from single pair almost given up by «all» naturalists !

annotation 172    on th Development of parts in order of importance : I suspect ‹for› «importance» «applies solely to being important for» classification; if so simple case, as might be expected.

annotation 225    on degrees of resemblance of embryos