eurytopic


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eurytopic

[‚yu̇r·ə′täp·ik]
(ecology)
Referring to organisms which are widely distributed.
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This species shows eurytopic behaviors because it was reported in others coastal lagoons with very distinct environmental conditions, such as the Bizerte Lagoon (Tunisia) and associated to the significant and sustainable flux of high-quality nutrients (Martins et al., 2015).
Regarding the humidity, most of the taxa recorded in La Bullana 2B are eurytopic (55.52 %) or with unknown affinities (P.
Thus, we definitely cannot assume the communities in the present study area, which are composed of a selection of the most eurytopic taxa, to be driven solely by anthropogenic factors.
The former survived the extinction through some eurytopic or mountain adapted species (e.g.
Epiphyte and macrophyte grazer; eurytopic in temperature and habitat preferences; found over most of the U.
Eurytopic host use by two congeneric species of freshwater mussel (Pelecypoda: Unionidae: Anodonta).
It is unlikely that native shellfish will exhibit useful defensive preadaptations to this voracious generalist, eurytopic, euryhaline predator.
A second approach, especially useful for opportunisitic or eurytopic consumers, is to categorize prey items by size without regard to their taxonomic identity.
roseum, this may be considered eurytopic specie, due to its ability to settle in diverse habitats such as boulders, corals, algae banks on hard substrates, as well as in communities of deep water porifers (Veloso & Melo, 1993; Werding et al., 2003).