disjunct


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progressing melodically by intervals larger than a major second

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having deep constrictions separating head, thorax, and abdomen, as in insects

marked by separation of or from usually contiguous elements

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used of distributions, as of statistical or natural populations

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This sampling excludes the perennial species (Collomia section Collomiastrum) and the annual species with more than one ovule per locule (Collomia section Courtoisia), neither of which are important to understanding the amphitropical disjunct distribution of this genus.
In my view, markets have been mostly disjunct for most of the time since the crisis.
New variants appear to arise and spread by gradual infiltration into other song variant areas while other variants decline fracturing into small disjunct song populations, eventually being overwhelmed by more vigorous variants.
Further studies examining areas where gaps in Hubricht's distributional records are present may reveal connections and bridge gaps between disjunct populations, particularly in micro snails which may have been largely ignored by others in earlier collections.
prospicuus (Holmberg 1876) (Gonyleptidae, Pachylinae) have Mesopotamia-yungas disjunct ranges as well (Acosta 1995, 2002).
However, dispersal of the HWA to disjunct eastern hemlock populations has not been discussed.
The ACID-3 workshop had three objectives: 1) to describe advances in Atlantic Canada Ice Dynamics research since the first ACID meeting (Gosse, 2002), 2) to consider the Nunatak Hypothesis and evidence for biological refugia, posited for disjunct flora and fauna throughout Atlantic Canada, and 3) to evaluate output from the latest version of the University of Marne Ice Sheet Model (UMISM) and test its plausibility against conceptual models of Atlantic Canada ice dynamics.
Other rarities of the community include Pitcher's stichwort (Arenaria patula--SE), kitten tails (Besseya bullii--SE), and disjunct occurrences of post oak (Quercus stellata), aromatic aster (Symphiotrichum oblongifolium (Nutt.
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For example, the student might initially find the opening measures of Chopin's Nocturne in F-sharp Major (Example 1) difficult to read, as the contour is rather disjunct, making it difficult to discern a clear thread among the pitches.
Petrosaurus thalassinus is restricted to the Cape Region of Baja California, occurring in four disjunct populations (Grismer 2002).
When just the three African Ebola virus species were analyzed together, areas of overprediction in eastern Africa disappeared, and predicted distributional areas included only areas surrounding known occurrence points, except for a few small disjunct areas in West Africa (Figure 1C).
Only a few hundred remain, some in India's Assam state and a disjunct population in northern Cambodia.
Other elements of the complex are necessarily disjunct because of the complexity of the programme, and the need for different layers of security.
Species with normally disjunct distributions or widely separated populations may also indicate that more than one taxonomic entity is represented.