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CUL-DAR76    Note:    1841.00.00--1876.00.00   [All of DAR76 in one sequence of 318 images]   Image
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CUL-DAR76.A1    Miscellaneous:    [Undated]   wrapper for items 76: A1- annotated `Old Observations on Diptera sucking Flowers'   Image
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CUL-DAR76.A10    Note:    1861.05.25   Trif[olium] pratense / from bent stigma & manner in which keel & wings   Image
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CUL-DAR76.A11    Note:    1861.06.01   London Pride (Saxifraga umbrosa) / C.C. Sprengel did not know it was a   Image
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CUL-DAR76.A12    Note:    1861.07.14   This district abounds with yellow Galium verum   Image
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CUL-DAR76.A13    Note:    [1860].07.21   saw in almost every Buttercup 2 or 3 small flies of more than 1 sort   Image
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CUL-DAR76.A14-A15    Note:    1863.08.11   Salvia hairy crimson in Flower Garden / George has drawn   Image
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CUL-DAR76.A16-A17    Figure:    [Undated]   drawings of parts of flowers   Image
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CUL-DAR76.A18    Note:    [Undated]   In Bates letter in Portfolio (4) case of Butterfly attracted by bright   Image
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CUL-DAR76.A19    Abstract:    [Undated]   Candolle A de `[Geog bot]': 1077   Image
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CUL-DAR76.A2    Note:    1842.06.01   Allen W sowed some years since gathered the seeds of Papaver bracteatum   Text   Image
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CUL-DAR76.A20    Abstract:    [Undated]   Linnaeus [reference incomplete] `dissert[ation] on sexes'   Image
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CUL-DAR76.A21    Note:    [Undated]   Diptera visiting & cover with pollen [list of plants]   Image
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CUL-DAR76.A22    Abstract:    [Undated]   Pallas `Acta St Petersburg' 1780: 75   Image
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CUL-DAR76.A3    Note:    1841.06.00   In Periwinkle (Vinca) pollen large-grained adheres in masses to sides of   Image
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CUL-DAR76.A4    Note:    [Undated]   Penstemon / A didynam Flower something like Foxglove
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CUL-DAR76.A5-A6    Note:    1842.06.07   Crucinella stylosa / Elizabeth W / Dichogam / (dried) pistils very long   Image
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CUL-DAR76.A7-A8    Note:    1860.07.11--1860.07.17   Columbine has circle of nectaries & 5 pistils with points slightly   Image
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CUL-DAR76.A9    Note:    1860.07.14--1860.07.15   Rhinanthus crista-galli pistil rectangularly bent into gangway as in   Image
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CUL-DAR76.B1-B2    Note:    [1876].02.17   Sweet Peas placed on damp sand under glass cover on chimney piece   Image
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CUL-DAR76.B100    Note:    [Undated]   Tropaeolum tricolorum - Greenhouse / 12 fl[owers] crossed & produced 6   Image
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CUL-DAR76.B101    Note:    1871.00.00   Abutilon from seed from F Muller St Catharina also f[ound] it   Image
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CUL-DAR76.B102    Note:    1866.06.24   Dichogamy / No one doubts that flowers are formed to produce seeds & they   Image
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CUL-DAR76.B103    Printed:    1867.09.01   Fertilization by insects `Hardwicke's Science Gossip' 3: 209a   Image
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CUL-DAR76.B104    Printed:    1870.01.13   Hildebrand on the impregnation of plants `Nature' 1: 292   Image
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CUL-DAR76.B105    Abstract:    [Undated]   Reinke `Göttingen Nachrichten' 1873: 825-826   Image
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CUL-DAR76.B106    Note:    1873.04.29   The sensitiveness of the reproductive systems to slight mutual difference   Image
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CUL-DAR76.B107-B108    Note:    1873.06.05   Saaft-maal (what is maal?) Nectar-guide or nectar spots nectar-marks   Image
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CUL-DAR76.B109    Abstract:    [Undated]   Kurr `Bedeutung Nektarien': 86   Image
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CUL-DAR76.B110    Note:    1873.06.20   White vars of common Snap-Dragon have narrow yellow tip to entrance   Image
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CUL-DAR76.B111    Note:    [1873?].06.24   All Eliz W White Foxgloves have the spots & spots in the red kind are   Image
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CUL-DAR76.B112    Printed:    1874.12.09   Do varieties wear out, or tend to wear out? `New York Tribune (weekly)': 6   Image
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CUL-DAR76.B113    Note:    [Undated]   After Butschli on conjugation - add several writers have recently   Image
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CUL-DAR76.B114    Abstract:    [Undated]   Müller H.L.H `Bienen-Zeitung' 1876: 119, 182-183   Image
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CUL-DAR76.B115    Printed:    1876.01.22   An experiment with turnip seeds `Gardeners' Chronicle': 107   Image
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CUL-DAR76.B116    Note:    [Undated]   [list of plant families [spontaneously self-fertile?]]   Image
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CUL-DAR76.B117-B118    Note:    [Undated]   Spont Self-fertilisation of Plants on List   Image
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CUL-DAR76.B119    Note:    [Undated]   Second list self-fertile   Image
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CUL-DAR76.B119r-B120r    Draft:    [Undated]   of addenda [to what?] sheets numbered 78-79, referring to pp. 364B-364D, 364ZZ
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CUL-DAR76.B12    Miscellaneous:    [Undated]   coversheet for items 76: B13- annotated `Fumaria'   Image
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CUL-DAR76.B120    Note:    [Undated]   First table sterile plants
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CUL-DAR76.B121    Note:    [Undated]   Esch[sch]oltzia / Hildebrand / Fumariaceae [table of numbers of seeds]
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CUL-DAR76.B122    Draft:    [Undated]   [of `Movement'?] Ch 11 [p] 47   Image
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CUL-DAR76.B123-B125    Note:    [Undated]   Esch[sch]oltzia - General average of all measurements / Nicotiana /   Image
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CUL-DAR76.B123r-B125r    Draft:    [Undated]   [of `Insectivorous plants'?]: pp. 19, 18, 13   Image
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CUL-DAR76.B126-B127    Note:    [Undated]   Table F Relative fertility of the flowers on the parent plants used in my   Image
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CUL-DAR76.B128-B129    Draft:    [Undated]   [of `Fertilisation'?] Tables 63 and 71 [with caption]   Image
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CUL-DAR76.B12r    Draft:    [Undated]   [of what?]: [bottom half of sheet only] (human races)   Image
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CUL-DAR76.B13    Note:    1858.05.16   Plant from Cattells called Fumaria spicata or Dielytra eximia   Image
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CUL-DAR76.B130    Note:    [Undated]   Table 102 / Relative fertility of the crossed & self-fertilised fruits on   Image
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CUL-DAR76.B131    Note:    [Undated]   Table 103 / Relative fertility of the crossed & self-fertilised plants of   Image
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CUL-DAR76.B132    Note:    [Undated]   Table 104 / Relative fertility of the crossed & self-fertilised plants of   Image
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CUL-DAR76.B133    Abstract:    [Undated]   [reference incomplete] `Gardeners' Chronicle' 1846: 771   Image
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CUL-DAR76.B134    Abstract:    [Undated]   [reference incomplete] `Gardeners' Chronicle' 1855: 730   Image
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CUL-DAR76.B135    Abstract:    [Undated]   [reference incomplete] `American Journal Sci Arts' January 1842; `Gardeners' Chronicle' 1855: [pp]   Image
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CUL-DAR76.B136    Abstract:    [Undated]   [reference incomplete] `Annals and Magazine of Natural History' 3s 2 1858: 459   Image
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CUL-DAR76.B136v    Abstract:    [Undated]   [reference incomplete] `Gardeners' Chronicle' 1857: 725   Image
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CUL-DAR76.B137    Abstract:    [Undated]   [reference incomplete] `Annals and Magazine of Natural History' 16 1865: 14   Image
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CUL-DAR76.B138    Abstract:    [Undated]   [reference incomplete] `Gardeners' Chronicle' 1868: 1286   Image
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CUL-DAR76.B139    Note:    [Undated]   I find that this same view has been held by some botanists / on nectar   Image
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CUL-DAR76.B14    Note:    1858.06.02   Fumaria officinalis / The hood covering curved pistil lies close to   Image
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CUL-DAR76.B140    Abstract:    [Undated]   [reference incomplete] `Journal of the Horticultural Society' 5: 272   Image
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CUL-DAR76.B141    Note:    [Undated]   It is remarkable that some flowers which absolutely require insect agency   Image
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CUL-DAR76.B142    Abstract:    [Undated]   Miller `Chemistry' II: 11   Image
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CUL-DAR76.B143    Abstract:    [Undated]   [reference incomplete] `Q388'   Image
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CUL-DAR76.B144    Note:    [ny].07.16   Trifolium minus - Pistil but little curved shoot - It does not appear   Image
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CUL-DAR76.B145    Note:    1858.06.07--1858.07.16   Hive Bees visit Trifolium incarnatum but never Mr Miner[?] has remarked   Image
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CUL-DAR76.B146    Note:    [ny][.00]19   To my astonishment I saw this morning very many Hive-Bees visiting Red   Image
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CUL-DAR76.B147    Abstract:    [Undated]   [reference incomplete] `Gardeners' Chronicle' 1871: 1065, 1103, 1166   Image
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CUL-DAR76.B148    Note:    [Undated]   Euryale ferox / Crossed flower / self-fertile [comparison of number of   Image
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CUL-DAR76.B149-B150    Abstract:    [Undated]   Hildebrand `[reference incomplete]'; Müller H.L.H `[reference incomplete]'   Image
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CUL-DAR76.B15    Correspondence:   Gray Asa to Darwin Charles Robert  1858.06.21   Gray Asa to Darwin Charles Robert   Image
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CUL-DAR76.B151    Note:    [Undated]   Intercrossing plants of the 7 s[elf] fertilised generation (with Ipomaea   Image
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CUL-DAR76.B152    Note:    [Undated]   General conclusions / Dianthus / S[elf] fert[ilised] plants of 3d   Image
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CUL-DAR76.B153    Note:    [Undated]   Petunia / Plants of the same stock were intercrossed for 5 generations   Image
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CUL-DAR76.B154    Note:    [Undated]   Give section of self-sterile Plants - Reseda - Esch[sch]oltzia (under   Image
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CUL-DAR76.B155    Draft:    [Undated]   [of `Fertilisation'] sheet numbered 340 [text around table 103]   Image
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CUL-DAR76.B156    Note:    [Undated]   L fulgens in my garden never visited by bees & consequently when bedded   Image
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CUL-DAR76.B157    Note:    [Undated]   Eliz Wedgwood covered up Euphrasia & it produced plenty of seed whether   Image
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CUL-DAR76.B158    Abstract:    [Undated]   [reference incomplete] `Annals and Magazine of Natural History' 8: 86   Image
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CUL-DAR76.B159    Note:    [Undated]   I have insisted on case of Petunia & Iberis in which self-fertile Plants   Image
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CUL-DAR76.B16    Note:    1858.09.16   Ch 3 / The flowers of Corydalis lutea when covered up do not go off but   Image
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CUL-DAR76.B160    Note:    [Undated]   Introduction / For Martha - read Poso[??] fragrans (Rutiaceae)   Image
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CUL-DAR76.B161    Note:    [Undated]   Mahonia repens (broad dead[?] leaf) & aquifolium are the two species   Image
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CUL-DAR76.B162    Note:    1857.09.16   In 1856 I had 4 onion growing close together & flowering together I saved   Image
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CUL-DAR76.B163    Note:    [Undated]   Introduction / After speaking about Dichogamy - say of 2 kinds &   Image
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CUL-DAR76.B164    Abstract:    [1874--1875]   Belt `Nicaragua': 224   Image
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CUL-DAR76.B165    Abstract:    [Undated]   [reference incomplete] `Gardeners' Chronicle' 1876: 242   Image
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CUL-DAR76.B166-B167    Correspondence:   Masters William to Darwin Charles Robert  1860.05.08   Masters William to Darwin Charles Robert   Image
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CUL-DAR76.B168    Correspondence:   Bond F to Darwin Charles Robert  [1860.06.16?]   Bond F to Darwin Charles Robert   Image
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CUL-DAR76.B169    Correspondence:   Bond F to Darwin Charles Robert  1860.06.26   Bond F to Darwin Charles Robert   Image
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CUL-DAR76.B17    Note:    1861.04.09   I have been looking at that Fumaria dingy purple with one long nectary &   Image
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CUL-DAR76.B170    Correspondence:   Hardy Charles to Darwin Charles Robert  1860.07.23   Hardy Charles to Darwin Charles Robert   Image
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CUL-DAR76.B171-B172    Correspondence:   Colgate Robert to Darwin Charles Robert  1861.06.25   Colgate Robert to Darwin Charles Robert   Image
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CUL-DAR76.B173-B174    Correspondence:   Caspary Robert to Darwin Charles Robert  1868.02.18   Caspary Robert to Darwin Charles Robert   Image
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CUL-DAR76.B175    Correspondence:   Smith John to Darwin Charles Robert  1868.04.08   Smith John to Darwin Charles Robert   Image
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CUL-DAR76.B176-B177    Correspondence:   Bennett Alfred William to Darwin Charles Robert  1869.05.03   Bennett Alfred William to Darwin Charles Robert   Image
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CUL-DAR76.B178    Correspondence:   Müller (Johann Friedrich Theodor) `Fritz'  1869.10.18   Müller (Johann Friedrich Theodor) `Fritz'   Image
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CUL-DAR76.B179-B180    Correspondence:   Hildebrand Friedrich Hermann Gustav to Darwin Charles Robert  1873.05.23   Hildebrand Friedrich Hermann Gustav to Darwin Charles Robert   Image
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CUL-DAR76.B18    Note:    1863.04.10   Corydalis solida / Saw many Hive-bees sucking only large nectary it was   Image
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