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Antonyms for allopatric

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

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Given that most species probably originated allopatrically and that faunal differentiation in Amazonia took place during the entire Cenozoic (Tertiary--Quaternary, i.e.
phalerata in Madre de Dios, Peru, without evidence of hybridization, and allopatrically all along the Huallaga valley.
The bulk of Turneraceae are found east of the Andes, suggesting that Malesherbiaceae evolved allopatrically from Turneraceae.
malma often exists allopatrically in high elevation reaches of streams dominated downstream by S.
In these cases, the species that have originated may have evolved sympatrically (within the same area) or allopatrically (in different areas), though allopatric evolution is more common.
Results of the present analyses (Table 3) suggest that black guillemots diverged from the Pacific species of guillemots allopatrically, probably through isolation of Arctic and Pacific [TABULAR DATA FOR TABLE 3 OMITTED] populations by the Bering Landbridge through the early Pleistocene.