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Synonyms for biogeographic

of or relating to or involved with biogeography

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Possible errors in the data were minimised by checking and complementing the online data with published monographic, biogeographic, and floristic information (Lehnert, 2011; Ramirez-Barahona et al.
Biogeographic patterns and dispersal pathways were analyzed using PAE, a quantitative biogeographic method used for reconstructing hierarchical area relationships in the absence of phylogenetic information (Rosen & Smith 1988).
Biogeographic Areas and Transition Zones of Latin America and the Caribbean Islands based on panbiogeographic and cladistics analyses of the entomofauna.
The geographical position and topographic setting of the Terapa locality within the boundary zone between recent biogeographic regions enhances the likelihood that basins and ranges in the Terapa area underwent many ecological and environmental changes through Pleistocene time.
Additional information on distribution among the study sites, relative abundance, habitat, documentation, migratory status, and biogeographic affinities for each species and subspecies identified is in the online Supplemental Material.
2) appears as an interesting area from a biogeographic point of view, because it shows a convergence of biotas with different origins and relations, based on different analyses with different biological groups (Gonzalez-Zamora et al.
It is available to view online at the Ocean Biogeographic Information System.
The assessment of conservation status of each species and a profound biogeographic analysis of their distribution enhance the theoretical and practical value of the paper, which should difinitely receive a close attention of ecologists and conservation specialists.
Umbogaulus galushai, Tomarctus hippophaga, and Cynarctoides acridens are all biogeographic range extensions into South Dakota.
These findings are consistent with current understanding of climatic and biogeographic events during the late Tertiary (Sanmartm et al.
The field guide includes nomenclature changes adopted since the 1995 edition, a foreword by the executive director of Audubon Alaska noting that some 50 species are now on its watch list of vulnerable birds, a color map of Alaska's biogeographic regions that attract birds from all over the world, and further reading.
Here, using field observation, eastern hemlock and HWA literature, and current biogeographic theory, I present the hypothesis that eastern hemlock populations removed from the contiguous range of the species may not become infested.
9:15 AM MOLECULAR, MORPHOLOGICAL, AND BIOGEOGRAPHIC RESOLUTION OF CRYPTIC TAXA IN THE GREENSIDE DARTER ETHEOSTOMA BLENNIOIDES COMPLEX Amanda E.