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Fauna

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Subject Source: UK Archival Thesaurus

Found in 1506 Collections and/or Records:

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Birds-62 Note, 1809-11-15 - 1882-11-15

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Reference Code: GBR/0012/MS DAR 84.2: 108-109
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Urosticte / [diagram] 4 middle-last feathers / x a microscopical tip of white


Note; by Charles Robert Darwin


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Dates: 1809-11-15 - 1882-11-15
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Birds-63 Note, 1847-01-01 - 1882-04-30

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Reference Code: GBR/0012/MS DAR 84.2: 110
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Mr Gould / Urosticte benjamani: the female has all tail-feathers greenish-black except white tips to 6 exterior ones


Note; by [Elizabeth 'Bessy' Darwin?] pp-and Charles Robert Darwin


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Dates: 1847-01-01 - 1882-04-30
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Birds-66 Note, 1809-01-01 - 1882-04-30

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Reference Code: GBR/0012/MS DAR 84.2: 113
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Birds-69 Note, 1809-01-01 - 1882-04-30

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Reference Code: GBR/0012/MS DAR 84.2: 116
Scope and Contents

Mr Gould - Argus Pheasant / Look to [first] sec[ondary] feathers I have said basal spot is larger (little) than other & edged above with rufous or fallow[?]


Note; by Charles Robert Darwin


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Dates: 1809-01-01 - 1882-04-30
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Birds-70 Note, 1840-01-01 - 1882-04-30

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Reference Code: GBR/0012/MS DAR 84.2: 117-118
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Birds Display / Gould once saw & made a sketch of a male Argus pheasant in full display


Note; by Emma Darwin née Wedgwood pp Charles Robert Darwin


(Note)

Dates: 1840-01-01 - 1882-04-30
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Birds-112 Note, 1809-01-01 - 1882-04-30

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Reference Code: GBR/0012/MS DAR 84.2: 163-164
Scope and Contents

If female Pheasant for instance had been rendered dull by protection - why shd young always be dull whilst young of many birds are bright


Note; by Charles Robert Darwin (small notebook, excised page)


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Dates: 1809-01-01 - 1882-04-30
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Birds-114 Note, Queries concerning sexual differences in plumage, numbered 5-15, 1847-01-01 - 1882-04-30

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Reference Code: GBR/0012/MS DAR 84.2: 166-167
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[queries [and answers? by Bartlett?] numbered 5-15 concerning sexual differences in plumage of birds]


Note; by [Elizabeth 'Bessy' Darwin?] pp-and Charles Robert Darwin


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Dates: 1847-01-01 - 1882-04-30
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Birds-117 Note, 1809-02-17 - 1882-02-17

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Reference Code: GBR/0012/MS DAR 84.2: 170
Scope and Contents

I see in B[ritish] Museum there are 3 or 4 vultures nearly white or with much white about them & many others black


Note; by Charles Robert Darwin


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Dates: 1809-02-17 - 1882-02-17
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Birds-118 Note, 1868-03-22

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Reference Code: GBR/0012/MS DAR 84.2: 171r
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Birds-119 Note, 1809-01-01 - 1882-04-30

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Reference Code: GBR/0012/MS DAR 84.2: 172
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Birds Sexual Selection / Swinhoes cases (if I understand) of certain Herons (& Blyth has case) which have adult plumage like the young of other species


Note; by Charles Robert Darwin


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Dates: 1809-01-01 - 1882-04-30
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Birds-121 Note, 1809-01-01 - 1882-04-30

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Reference Code: GBR/0012/MS DAR 84.2: 174
Scope and Contents

Gallinaceae when sexes are not gaudily coloured but have peculiar ornaments strongly developed they are often alike


Note; by Charles Robert Darwin


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Dates: 1809-01-01 - 1882-04-30
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Birds-126 Note, 1809-01-01 - 1882-04-30

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Reference Code: GBR/0012/MS DAR 84.2: 179
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Cyanecula suecica / Red-throated Blue-breast / [male] fine blue breasted edged beneath with black edged within pale with central sub-triangular mark of fine Red


Note; by Charles Robert Darwin


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Dates: 1809-01-01 - 1882-04-30
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Birds-131 Note, 1809-01-01 - 1882-04-30

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Reference Code: GBR/0012/MS DAR 84.2: 184-185
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Pavo muticus or spiciferus (p 7) - topknot in both sexes equal? How in young?


Note; by Charles Robert Darwin of queries concerning bird coloration


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Dates: 1809-01-01 - 1882-04-30