zoogeographic region

zoogeographic region

[¦zō·ə¦jē·ə¦graf·ik ′rē·jən]
(ecology)
A major unit of the earth's surface characterized by faunal homogeneity.
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These tribes are represented in the mentioned zoogeographic region only by a single native species (Paranurini, Sensillanurini), a single introduced 1 (Lobellini), and a few genera with relatively small number of species (Paleonurini).
Fish fauna of the Nazca and Sala y Gomez submarine ridges, the easternmost outpost of the Indo-West Pacific zoogeographic region.
2001) and within the Mexican phylogenetic zoogeographic region of the Nearctic realm for mammals and other terrestrial vertebrates (Holt et al.
Coincidentally, the two sites are located in the same zoogeographic region, with the result that numerous animal species (but also plants) are common to both, allowing us to perform statistical tests in the two sites using the same hypothesis.
New host and locality records for the Ixodes auritulus (Acari: Ixodidae) species group, with a review of host relationships and distribution in the Neotropical zoogeographic region.
Comments: "[In 2010-'11], quail and pheasant numbers were highest in the Northeast Riverbreaks zoogeographic region.
6) 1/12 of notaries are Aries; Gaea is earth, Notogaea is a zoogeographic region o' earth; ornis is any bird, notornis is a NZ bird, the no longer extinct takahe.
Arboviruses causing human disease in the Australasian zoogeographic region.
Our results suggest that certain hydrological factors, particularly fluctuations in baseflow, can indicate habitat persistence for fish and thus provide information on the suite of species traits (and corresponding species) most likely to be favored under a particular hydrological regime in a given zoogeographic region.
Cryptolaemus montrouzieri is native to the Australasian Zoogeographic Region, but now has a world-wide distribution due to its introduction in many countries for biological control purposes.