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Die Verbreitungsmittel der Pflanzen
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Leipzig, Wilhelm Engelmann, 1873
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annotation p. 5 & 6. List of works on Means of Distribution.

annotation { 36 fruits eaten by birds on trees — those which stick «(p. 160)» to furry coats on bushes or Herbs
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annotation 80    fruits with Arillus (My case)
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annotation 104. wonderfully mny adaptations for scattrng seeds
     fleshy fruits more open.

annotation 107. fruits which do not open have only 1 seed.

annotation 112. fruts do not become coloured «or scent» until ripe. (like calyx of Polygala) & shell of seed hard as a prtection
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annotation 114. good remarks on coloured fruit

annotation 116    wonderful economy in th means of distribution — nothg superfluous & rarely 2 ways — confined to th female flowers

annotation 129 — Bears on what useless (Q)

annotation 144.    Cases of sam sp. with 2 mean of distribution

annotation 145.    Means often differ much in allied plants.

annotation 150 When mny seedlng of sam sp. struggle together all weakened, but differnt sp. kill each other more easily — & thus good of distribution.

annotation 151 & parents close interbreeding