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 (ăl′ō-spē′shēz, -sēz)
n. pl. al·lo·spe·cies
Any of the geographically separated species that constitute a superspecies.

[allo- (as in allopatric) + species.]
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cayana is a member of a clade of seven allospecies spread throughout continental South America, Central America, and the Lesser Antilles.
pulchellum were believed, prior to this study, to be neatly parapatric allospecies (e.g., Walker 1971).
Hybridization as an agent of competition between two bird allospecies: Ficedula albicollis and F.