adjective Biology, Ecology.
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Origin of allopatric
OTHER WORDS FROM allopatrical·lo·pat·ri·cal·ly, adverbal·lop·a·try [uh-lop-uh-tree], /əˈlɒp ə tri/, noun
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Example sentences from the Web for allopatric
Probably the geographic range of the geomyines was largely allopatric to that of the more specialized entoptychines.
Where the two species are allopatric, these same morphological characters differ least.Speciation and Evolution of the Pygmy Mice, Genus Baiomys|Robert L. Packard
Although allopatric, similar arguments could be advanced for the morphologically similar pallidus and teretistes.
The majority of the species are allopatric and differ primarily in color patterns.
I have therefore recognized all morphologically distinct allopatric populations as species.