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CUL-DAR205.5    Note:    1839.00.00--1872.00.00   [All of DAR205.5 in one sequence of 289 images]   Image
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CUL-DAR205.5.1    Printed:    1860.07.28   Review of Marsh G.P `Lectures on the English language' `Athenaeum': (122-)123 only   Image
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CUL-DAR205.5.10    Note:    [Undated]   Language only will express the analogies with distant parts of Nature   Image
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CUL-DAR205.5.100    Note:    1844.06.00   Facts like that of the striking similarity of the gull of La Plata &   Image
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CUL-DAR205.5.101    Note:    1844.07.19   Waterhouse tells me that out of the Coccinellas from the Colombia Rivers   Image
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CUL-DAR205.5.102    Note:    1844.07.31   The Earwig is case of a genus in an abnormal group being very abundant   Image
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CUL-DAR205.5.103    Note:    [Undated]   Forbes thinks law that where genus arises there it will die because where   Text   Image
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CUL-DAR205.5.104    Abstract:    [Undated]   'Athenaeum' 1844: 978   Image
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CUL-DAR205.5.105    Note:    1844.08.00   Waterhouse / Ichneumon prick with ovipositor believes no poison   Image
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CUL-DAR205.5.106    Note:    1844.08.00   Waterhouse says in Brit[ish] Museum series of Chinese Swallows nests   Image
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CUL-DAR205.5.107    Abstract:    [Undated]   'Philosophical Transactions' 1817: 336   Image
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CUL-DAR205.5.108    Note:    1844.11.00   After the "Vestiges of Nat Hist Creation" I see it will be necessary to   Image
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CUL-DAR205.5.109    Note:    1844.12.00   Forbes says that lately in Berlin's Transactions Müller has written on   Image
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CUL-DAR205.5.11    Note:    [Undated]   1248 Limnornis / Maldonado La Plata (June)   Image
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CUL-DAR205.5.110    Note:    1845.01.00   When we think of fossil Mammifer of S[outh] America India & Australia all   Image
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CUL-DAR205.5.111    Note:    1845.02.00   When an organ is very different from others of series as eyes of Loligo   Image
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CUL-DAR205.5.112    Abstract:    [Undated]   Waterhouse `Entomolog Society' 3 March 1845   Image
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CUL-DAR205.5.113    Note:    1845.05.00   Waterhouse has read paper to show / that typical genera (ie with organs   Image
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CUL-DAR205.5.114    Note:    1845.06.00   Falconer showed me beautiful series of elephant & Mastodon with structure   Text   Image
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CUL-DAR205.5.115    Note:    1845.12.25   Family Genus & species cease to have meaning when we collect every   Image
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CUL-DAR205.5.116    Abstract:    [Undated]   'Athenaeum' 1845: 199   Image
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CUL-DAR205.5.117    Abstract:    [Undated]   'Athenaeum' 1846: 573   Image
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CUL-DAR205.5.118    Abstract:    [Undated]   'Mus Hist Nat Mem' 7: 431   Image
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CUL-DAR205.5.119    Abstract:    [Undated]   'Abhandlungen der Königlichen Akademie der Wissenschaften in Berlin' 1834: 301   Image
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CUL-DAR205.5.12    Note:    [Undated]   Excellent case of a structure being derived by gradations adapted to   Image
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CUL-DAR205.5.120    Note:    1847.07.00   The affinities of organisms are represented by distance   Image
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CUL-DAR205.5.121    Note:    1847.09.00   What a vast range of character in the Branchipoda & Entomostraca   Image
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CUL-DAR205.5.122    Abstract:    [Undated]   'Athenaeum' 1847: 716   Image
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CUL-DAR205.5.123    Abstract:    [Undated]   Brown R Appendix to Tuckey's `Congo voyage'   Image
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CUL-DAR205.5.124    Note:    1848.02.00   Owen says that there is organ in Ray's Tail anatomically certainly like   Image
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CUL-DAR205.5.125    Note:    1848.07.00   Fulgora (a Ho[mo]pterous insect) Elat[ior?] & Lampyris these somewhat   Image
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CUL-DAR205.5.126    Abstract:    [Undated]   Waterhouse `Rodentia' 1848: 268, 338   Image
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CUL-DAR205.5.127    Note:    1848.12.00   I have been much struck in Anotifera[?] how the genus ... breaks up into   Image
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CUL-DAR205.5.128    Note:    1850.01.07   Cause of non-passage of forms in any of Geological Formations   Image
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CUL-DAR205.5.129    Note:    1850.04.00   How all-pervading & deeply seated is the affinity of organisms   Image
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CUL-DAR205.5.13    Abstract:    [Undated]   Lesson `Manuel d'ornithologie' 2: 394   Image
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CUL-DAR205.5.130-131    Note:    1851.05.07   Against my theory, it may be urged & has often occurred to me that there   Image
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CUL-DAR205.5.132    Abstract:    [Undated]   Schleiden `Lectures on the plant'   Image
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CUL-DAR205.5.133    Note:    1851.10.00   Woodward speaks of aberrant groups being the oldest   Image
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CUL-DAR205.5.134    Abstract:    [Undated]   'Edinburgh Review' October 1851 [references incomplete]   Image
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CUL-DAR205.5.135    Note:    1853.02.28   In a monster ever so monstrous (give examples) we have no doubt of   Image
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CUL-DAR205.5.136    Note:    1853.02.00   It is an old argument but seeing the wonderful metamorphoses   Image
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CUL-DAR205.5.137    Abstract:    [Undated]   'Mus Natural History Arch' 4: 320   Image
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CUL-DAR205.5.138    Abstract:    [Undated]   'Mus Hist Nat Arch' 4: 38   Image
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CUL-DAR205.5.139-140    Abstract:    [Undated]   'Annales des Sci Nat' 3s 18: 110ff   Image
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CUL-DAR205.5.14-16    Note:    [Undated]   One is astonished at animals adapted to very diff[erent] habits although   Image
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CUL-DAR205.5.141    Abstract:    [Undated]   'Mus Hist Nat Arch' 3 1843: 82ff   Image
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CUL-DAR205.5.142-144    Abstract:    [Undated]   "Plurality of Worlds": 82, 102, 212-250   Image
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CUL-DAR205.5.145    Note:    1854.09.00   It seems at first surprising that one organ shd vary in one group & be so   Image
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CUL-DAR205.5.146    Note:    [Undated]   John Murray scorns Forbes Ideal Morphosis & Owens remark that "Morphology   Image
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CUL-DAR205.5.147    Note:    [Undated]   Assuming species approximately constant if extinction has fallen near &   Image
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CUL-DAR205.5.148    Note:    1854.11.00   We include all in class as in Crustacea which are connected but yet no   Image
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CUL-DAR205.5.149    Note:    1854.11.00   It is indispensable to show that in small & uniform areas there are many   Image
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CUL-DAR205.5.150-152    Note:    1854.11.00   I think an order with a few genera wd appear more aberrant if these few   Image
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CUL-DAR205.5.153    Note:    1855.05.05   Huxley showed me the drawings of auditory organs in Crustacea in Tail -   Image
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CUL-DAR205.5.154    Note:    1854.10.17   Think over all cases of stings to show unity of type   Image
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CUL-DAR205.5.155    Note:    1855.04.00   If we did not know the Platypus how impossible we shd have held it to   Image
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CUL-DAR205.5.156    Note:    1855.08.00   Those who believe in distinct creations would argue with respect to   Image
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CUL-DAR205.5.157    Note:    1855.08.19   Owing to power of propagation not only as many individuals crowded   Image
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CUL-DAR205.5.158    Note:    1855.11.28   The reason why what are called important organs often best characters is   Image
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CUL-DAR205.5.159    Note:    [Undated]   Waterhouse urged that if all fossils were collected & mingled with recent   Image
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CUL-DAR205.5.160    Note:    [Undated]   In Ch on Classification show how far my theory goes   Image
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CUL-DAR205.5.161    Note:    [Undated]   In Black horse bey brown & grey horses being dark when foals   Image
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CUL-DAR205.5.162    Note:    1856.06.01   On relations of organization - Turkish Dog - Hairless - I think   Image
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CUL-DAR205.5.163    Note:    [Undated]   All Mammals have something in common as warm blood & high cerebral   Image
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CUL-DAR205.5.164    Note:    [Undated]   If physical mutations of world go in cycle (probably endless   Image
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CUL-DAR205.5.165    Note:    [Undated]   Each genus each family radiates from a centre   Image
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CUL-DAR205.5.166    Note:    [Undated]   Which is most probable that two birds should be separately evolved in   Image
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CUL-DAR205.5.167    Abstract:    [1838]   With respect to whether Galapagos beings are species [Macculloch `Attributes of deity' vol 1]   Text   Image
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CUL-DAR205.5.168    Note:    1856.12.00   What are called important parts vary seldom   Image
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CUL-DAR205.5.169    Note:    [Undated]   Give resume of manner of descent explained in Ch 6   Image
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CUL-DAR205.5.17    Abstract:    [Undated]   Pliny `Natural History': 1.8.45   Image
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CUL-DAR205.5.170    Note:    1856.11.21   The remark which some good Bot[anist] has made that a genus ought not to   Image
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CUL-DAR205.5.171    Note:    1856.09.25   The advantage in each group becoming as different as possible may be   Image
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CUL-DAR205.5.172    Note:    1856.08.14   Bentham does not know any Leguminosae dioecious   Image
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CUL-DAR205.5.173-174    Note:    1856.05.11   Classification / as only few individuals of species survive & propagate   Image
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CUL-DAR205.5.175    Note:    1856.04.28   Huxley very strong on every form coming into class & only I think 5 new   Image
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CUL-DAR205.5.176    Note:    1857.03.00   Thinking over Owen's false classification of Man   Image
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CUL-DAR205.5.177    Note:    1857.03.00   Hooker says he & Bentham have no doubt that Wight's remark on   Image
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CUL-DAR205.5.178    Note:    [Undated]   Huxley / ramified aquiferous channels of annelids requiring circumambient   Image
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CUL-DAR205.5.179    Note:    [Undated]   Though with Cuvier (& Huxley) the enunciation of as general propositions   Image
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CUL-DAR205.5.18    Abstract:    [Undated]   King `Voyage' 1: 133   Image
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CUL-DAR205.5.180    Abstract:    [Undated]   Blainville `Osteographie' p. 110   Image
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CUL-DAR205.5.181    Note:    1857.11.21   Huxley agrees if Barneoud true then does explain M[ilne-]Edwards   Image
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CUL-DAR205.5.182    Note:    [Undated]   Divergence Theory / case of species adapted to different stations in   Image
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CUL-DAR205.5.183-184    Note:    [Undated]   [annotated diagrams of branching trees]   Image
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CUL-DAR205.5.185    Note:    1858.10.12   I believe physiological importance lies in relative [illegible] to value of   Image
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CUL-DAR205.5.186    Note:    [Undated]   See Agassiz Essay on Classification / 11   Image
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CUL-DAR205.5.187    Abstract:    [Undated]   Pamphlet [G]293   Image
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CUL-DAR205.5.188    Note:    1861.03.26   Illustrating lower grade of Aspicapa[?] case   Image
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CUL-DAR205.5.189    Abstract:    [Undated]   `Annals and Magazine of Natural History' 3s 7 1861: 357   Image
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CUL-DAR205.5.19    Abstract:    [Undated]   'L'Institut' 1839: 378, 397   Image
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CUL-DAR205.5.190    Abstract:    [Undated]   Spencer H `Principles of biology': 383   Image
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CUL-DAR205.5.191    Abstract:    [Undated]   `Annals and Magazine of Natural History' 3s 8 1861: 125   Image
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CUL-DAR205.5.192    Note:    1863.04.23   Transition / My ash case - for Sexes - Sir J Smith under Adoxa   Image
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CUL-DAR205.5.193    Note:    [Undated]   Classification - Cuvierian notion - Why however different 2 sexes are   Image
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CUL-DAR205.5.194    Note:    [Undated]   Escaped & self-sown Geraniums varying extremely   Image
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CUL-DAR205.5.195    Note:    [Undated]   Geospiza an admirable instance of a diverging group becoming adapted to   Image
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CUL-DAR205.5.196    Abstract:    [Undated]   Lord J.K. `Naturalist in Vancouver Island' 1866 2: 126   Image
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CUL-DAR205.5.197    Abstract:    [Undated]   Leidy `Extinct vertebrate fauna' 1873: 154-160   Image
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