From Leonard Jenyns [c. 30 March 1841]1
time of his lecturing at Cambridge. I suppose I may remain there a month; & I hope to receive much benefit from the change,—tho’ I fear 〈 〉
〈 〉 Very Sinly Your’s | L. Jenyns—
P.S. I had a letter the other day from Lowe of Madeira who thinks that the Scorpæna Histrio figd in No. 1.2 & from the Galapagos is the same as one found in the Mediterranean & about him in Atlantic: the two species are very nearly allied I grant, but I can hardly think it possible for them to be the same.
LJ has had a letter from R. T. Lowe in Madeira who thinks Scorpaena histrio, a species from Galapagos described in no. 1 [of Fish], is the same as the one in the Atlantic and Mediterranean. LJ does not think it is possible.
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Darwin Correspondence Project, “Letter no. 596,” accessed on 28 September 2016, http://www.darwinproject.ac.uk/DCP-LETT-596