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conspecific

[¦kän·spə′sif·ik]
(systematics)
Referring to individuals or populations of a single species.
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spinifera, until its conspecificity with eastern Atlantic populations, the area in which the species was originally described, is proven.
Actual materials of these two areas were not available to us for measurements and DNA sequencing, but the overall morphology and color patterns of the flowers, as well as their immediate geographical proximity, leave no doubt as to their conspecificity with the Candelaria River plants.
Morphological and molecular characters suggest conspecificity of all bisexual European and North African Artemia populations.

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