faunistically

fau·nis·tic

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

fau·nis′ti·cal·ly adv.

faunistically

(fɔːˈnɪstɪkəlɪ)
adv
(Zoology) in a faunistic manner
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Faunistically Balochistan is very important, beside some important Birds and Mammals; a large number of reptiles are also present in the area.
The Kola Lapland and East Karelia are faunistically most tightly connected to Finland".
Moni (who was my postdoctoral student and a postdoctoral student of my former student, Michael Willig, with whom she studied Peru's tropical bat fauna) would develop as a major researcher on the taxonomy of small mammals and bats in the Northwest, arguably Argentina's most faunistically complex region.
The second method was a semi-quantitative targeted-habitat sampling approach that was used to obtain a representative sample of macroinvertebrates from the faunistically richest (fastest, course-substrate riffle) and poorest (slowest, fine-substrate pool) habitats.
Faunistically interesting species at the burned site included Agyneta gulosa (L.
Because glacial refugia were established and more southern species were able to remain in these areas, watersheds such as the Patoka River are more faunistically diverse than northern watersheds that were completely obliterated (Simon 2001).
The Bahamas contain abundant trunk-ground and trunk-crown habitats, but are faunistically depauperate.
Overall, the Interior Highland is both geographically and faunistically distinctive (for fishes), hence an appropriate region for testing macroecological hypotheses at an intermediate spatial (sub-continental) scale.