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fau·nis·tic

 (fô-nĭs′tĭk)
adj.
Of or relating to the geographic distribution of animals.

fau·nis′ti·cal·ly adv.

faunistic

(ˌfɔːˈnɪstɪk)
adj
(Zoology) of or relating to fauna or a faunist
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His sources were mainly the European collections of museums and private entomologists, but also card files on the taxonomy, faunistics, and biology of tineids that he inherited from his predecessor and has continued and also stores on an electronic database.
Biodiversity of jumping plant-lice of the Psyllidae family (Hemiptera: Psylloidea) from the South Region of Cameroon: faunistics, phenology and host plants.
Studies of Neotropical Caddisflies, XLV: The taxonomy, phenology and faunistics of the Trichoptera of Antioquia, Colombia.
Thrips and Tospoviruses: Proceedings of the 7th International Symposium on Thysanoptera, Section IX --Thrips Faunistics.
cervus; Bey-Bienko 1954: 317f description; Karabag 1958: 25 faunistic list; Karabag 1964: 45 faunistics; Harz 1969: 140 description; Karabag 1971:77 faunistics; Willemse 1982: 190 description; Willemse 1984: 42 faunistic list; Heller 1984: 75 description; Willemse 1985a: 37 key; Heller & Helversen 1986: bioacoustics; Heller 1988: cover + 59f bioacoustics; Heller 1990: 141 song; Baccetti 1992: 250 faunistics (nymphs); Ciplak 1993: 18 (as hammatus): faunistics; Otte 1997: 123 taxonomic list; Naskrecki & Otte 1999: CD-ROM taxonomic list; Onder et al.
1999): L[acute accent]aprofitament de recursos faunistics, aquatics, marins i litorals durant el neolitic a Gava (Baix Llobregat).
Studies of Neotropical Caddisflies, XLV: the taxonomy, phenology, and faunistics of the Trichoptera of Antioquia, Colombia.
Dominican Amber Spiders: a Comparative Palaeontological-Neontological Approach to Identification, Faunistics, Ecology and Biogeography.
In addition to describing specific features and behaviors of some species, collection topics also include: morphology and anatomy, paleontology, relations to plants, biological and ecological studies, taxonomy and faunistics, population biology, and parasitology.
Work broadly involving systematics, taxonomy, floristics or faunistics is grouped simply because it is commonly done by persons recognized as taxonomists.
Pteromalid from the autonomus commumity of Madrid (CAM) (Spain): Faunistics and Catalogue (Hymenoptera; Chalcidoidea: Pteromalidae).