Allopatric

Having separate and mutually exclusive areas of geographical distribution (opposite of sympatric).

Allopatric

literally, 'other country'; refers to distribution areas of different taxa that do not overlap.
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Allopatric

Where a population or species occupies a different geographic region to another population or species. See also sympatric and parapatric.
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allopatric

[adj] - (of biological species or speciation) occurring in areas isolated geographically from one another
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allopatric

<ecology> Relating to or involving two populations of the same species which cannot interbreed because they are separated by a geographic barrier (such as a mountain range or wide river). ... (09 Oct 1997) ...
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allopatric

adjective (of biological species or speciation) occurring in areas isolated geographically from one another
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allopatric

allopatric In biology, of or pertaining to species of organisms occurring in different, but often adjacent areas.
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Allopatric

occurring in different places; usually refers to geographical separation of populations (Ricklefs 1979:865). The populations may exhibit divergence in behavior, morphology, or genetic composition.
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Allopatric

occurring in different places; usually refers to geographical separation of populations (Ricklefs 1970:865). The populations may exhibit divergence in behavior, morphology, or genetic composition.
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allopatric

(L: allo=other; patria fatherland) referring to populations, species or other taxa occupying different and disjunct geographical regions. Allopatric organisms are also referred to as strays or stragglers. They have arrived by accident, and do not form breeding populations.
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Allopatric

occupying different geographic regions
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allopatric

Two or more forms of a species having essentially separate distributions.
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Allopatric

Occurring in different geographic regions. See parapatric and sympatric.
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Allopatric

Species in geographical areas that do not overlap
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Allopatric

mutually exclusive geographically as contrasted with sympatric. From The Birdwatcher's Companion : Separated geographically; usually refers to closely related species or subspecies whose breeding ranges, although adjacent, do not overlap. In this situation the possibility of interbreeding cannot be tested because the two forms do not normally meet....
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Allopatric

Occuring in differetn geographic areas. Also see Sympatric.
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Allopatric

occurring in different places; usually refers to geographical separation of populations (Ricklefs 1979865). The populations may exhibit divergence in behavior, morphology, or genetic composition.
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Allopatric

The geographical range of one species (or taxon) not overlapping with that of another, similar, species (or taxon). (See also parapatric and sympatric).
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Allopatric

Having distributions that do not overlap.
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Allopatric

Two or more forms of a species having essentially separate distributions.
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allopatric

two or more forms of a species having essentially separate distributions
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allopatric

Growing in different geographical regions.
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