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line 8 underline "structure"
bottom-margin annotation There is a resemblanc «an analogy» of animals of tropics like that of animal inhabiting Water or air — This is different from [continues on page 5] forms of isld near continents
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top-margin annotation The first origin of migration must be before countries had divided /
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bottom-margin annotation in pale pencilcancelled in pencil Frogs not on Volcanic Isld.
     Snakes    Lizards first
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top-margin annotation Were separate sexes introduced in those orders most subject to [continues on page 135] variation ?


top-margin annotation Beside difficulty of transportal in two directions ,surely time required for such change of climate ,would produce fresh species.


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top-margin annotation Alpine forms ought to be varied; to be sure mountains generally near each other

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bottom-margin annotation Sudden appearanc of animals. quite done away by my theory / — State what opposite theorist [continues on page 147] have been driven to.


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bottom-margin annotation (Nothing beyond this with reference to Transmutation of Species)


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bottom-margin annotation [?]Concretions on Stones / Yet pebbles moved


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     Artificial channels in Cocos soon filled up.—


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bottom-margin annotation Origin of St. Cruz Valley / Mouth of St. of Magellan


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bottom-margin annotation Terraces «on sides of valleys»; cliffs; / Inclination of valleys )
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