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Of or relating to the geographic distribution of animals.

fau·nis′ti·cal·ly adv.


(Zoology) of or relating to fauna or a faunist
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Contract notice: New construction of the bab 66 (frankfurt-hanau), part tunnel riederwald - update faunistic mapping 2016th
Notes on breeding birds from the Cuyabeno Faunistic Reserve in north eastern Ecuador.
Results indicate that the geographic distributions of aphid taxa are unrelentingly expanding and therefore faunistic studies should be conducted without interruption in areas of interest.
The faunistic diversity of spiders (Arachnida: Araneae) of the Grassland Biome in South Africa.
Although many researchers have studied the Anzali Wetland from the pollution-related, faunistic, and ecological points of view (e.
In Thessaly region, where the case we report occurred, a faunistic study of sandflies showed that P.
This, in turn, has brought in massive changes in the floristic and faunistic features of the very rugged and nearly barren waterless Hatta hills.
When faunistic works on fishes started to appear in the 1800's, naturalists just enumerated the species of sharks that they could discern, if any, that they had obtained from the literature, sometimes adding a few assorted facts.
Copulatory mechanism in Zelotes, Drassyllus and Trachyzelotes (Araneae, Gnaphosidae) with additional faunistic and taxonomic data on species from Southwest Europe.
Journal of the International Dragonfly Fund: Faunistic Studies in SouthEast Asian and Pacific Island Odonata (3), 2013:1-25.
The millipedes of central Canada (Arthropoda: Diplopoda) with reviews of the Canadian fauna and diplopod faunistic studies.
In this way, the present study aimed to accomplish a species faunistic inventory and investigate the influence of the flood regime and hydrological connectivity on the patterns of composition and species richness of flagellate protozoa from six lentic environments associated to the Baia river in the upper Parana river floodplain.