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First, haplotype Cz-OD5 was shared by four individuals (three of them from identical Krkonose locality (Cz-OD) one from the disjunct Rhon Mts.
Menke (1977) published records of this species in central Arizona occurring in the same drainages (Salt and Verde rivers) as disjunct populations of Mattarega mexicana.
shoshone, on each other leads to reciprocity of their densities when they occur together and to their frequently disjunct distribution, as shown here and reported initially in Williams (1980).
Arguably, the most fascinating and important insights into this unfolding tale have come from what may be regarded as its rarest components: disjunct fossil occurrences in which the interruption of natural degradation pathways has permitted preservation of remains of exceptional anatomical detail, biological diversity, or abundance.
The red-tailed hawk, hunting, too, will scream his drawn-out "keeeer," while migrating geese honk overhead, drowning out a small, disjunct chorus of chickadees, jays, titmice and nuthatches foraging for breakfast.
exactly', is not introspectively available nor is it the result of what is said (neither disjunct was asserted)--it is local and must be computed from each disjunct.
It ably and admirably links areas of scholarly concern that often remain distinct, even disjunct.
Here, the species are treated as having disjunct distributions, following the work of Coelho & Ramos (1972), where the gap in the distribution corresponds at least to the Guyana region (Guyanas, Amapa, and Para).
A ward within a colony was used to designate disjunct subpopulations in a colony existing close enough to one another to communicate vocally (King 1955, Hoogland 1995), and an element occurrence used to describe disjunct populations of BTPDs occurring within 1,000 m of one another (NatureServe 2006).
Here discussions on disjunct and endemic species are especially noteworthy.
The presence of these 6 disjunct populations suggests that the Ridge and Valley physiographic province has been a region of dispersion for some elements of the Cumberland Plateau and Blue Ridge Mountains.
The occurrence of these disjunct species continues to give rise to speculation about the evolutionary origins and history of Remipedia.