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(of taxa) occurring in different geologic times

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Ehrhardt, "Allochronic speciation, secondary contact, and reproductive character displacement in periodical cicadas (Hemiptera: Magicicada spp.): genetic, morphological, and behavioural evidence," Molecular Ecology, vol.
Sota, "Incipient allochronic speciation by climatic disruption of the reproductive period," Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences, vol.
Stadialist habits of mind, like allochronic notions of temporality, tend to obliterate or obscure the memory and variety of commoning economies.
This meant that anthropologists had a strong propensity to represent indigenous societies in ways that discursively removed them from the contemporary 'modern' world and relegated them to a largely vanished, 'primitive' past--a representational strategy that Fabian (1983, 143) has dubbed anthropology's 'allochronic discourse'.
This, Fabian argues, was the colonial power of anthropology's pervasive allochronic discourse:
An "allochronic" approach that leaves time out of the equation too easily reproduces the researcher's view of events (Fabian, 1983, pp.
Allochronic speciation in field crickets, and a new species, Acheta veletis.
Zuni and Apologies are representative of history-based (in contrast to what James Clifford, borrowing Johannes Fabian's term, calls "allochronic," or synchronically suspended) studies of culture.(5) In addition to Wilson's actual definitions of Native American cultures, however, the feature of his studies that especially recommends itself to writers of cultural subjects resides in the dramatic integration of discourses by which his writings make accessible the lived, human dimension of cultural processes.
Although host preference and allochronic isolation reduce genetic exchange between apple and hawthorn races, they do not completely eliminate it.
Within the last 150 y, populations of this tephritid fly have colonized introduced apples from the native host, hawthorn, and established largely allochronic "host races" that are sympatric throughout the species' range (Bush 1969).
(2) Do emergence periods of the flies on the two host plants differ, creating allochronic reproductive isolation?