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RELICT. A widow; as A B, relict of C D.

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It is well-known that there has been a change in the UAE's climate over the last few thousand years, for a variety of reasons, with the relict species of the Olive Highlands providing clear evidence of that from a biological perspective.
Terrestrial invertebrates in south-west Australian forests: The role of relict species and habitats in reserve design.
The discovery of sympatric occupation between CP and BR faunas at Norris Dam suggests that the RV was not a barrier for some species and is also holding pockets of isolated populations of these relict species.
Abies pinsapo is a relict species of the group of the circun-mediterranean firs.
The mechanical properties of Abies pinsapo Boiss., a relict species from the south of Spain, have been studied very little due to its scarcity and the high level of protection of this species.
[The Roesel's bush-cricket Metrioptera roeseli--new in Sweden or a threatened relict species?] Fauna och Flora 86: 214-221.