High in endemism
, he said the Philippines's known flora and fauna are endemic species or species that can be found only in the Philippines.
According to Civil Society group, A-Rocha-Ghana, the Atewa Range Forest Reserve is internationally recognized as one of the highest priority ecosystems in West Africa for its high species diversity, high levels of endemism
and great hydrological importance.
Due to its rich biodiversity, endemic species and being the centre of bird endemism
, Cyprus is considered a biological "hotspot".
Its presence in another location removes or may expand the coverage of its "endemism
High altitude rocky complexes represent important centers of plant endemism
in South America (i.e., tepuys, campo rupestre); mainly driven by high environmental heterogeneity at small spatial scales (e.g., Barthlott, Mutke, Rafiqpoor, Kier, & Kreft, 2005; Fernandes, 2016).
The author, John Woinarski, discusses the differences between continental and oceanic islands in the richness and endemism
of their flora and fauna species, and their vulnerability to human intrusion.
Tajikistan represents one of the most fascinating and mountainous areas of Central Asia and it retains high diversity and endemism
of flora and fauna.
Patterns of cave biodiversity and endemism
in the Appalachians and Interior Plateau of Tennessee, USA.
* Is the transition to edaphic endemism
directional, and are edaphic endemics evolutionary dead-ends?
Sand-dwelling antlions in central Florida are non-invasive, nonendemic organisms that nevertheless thrive in the Florida scrub, a rare xeric ecosystem with a remarkably high rate of endemism
Due to their advanced geological age and their climatic conditions, which have supported forest cover for probably several million years, these mountains are hotspots of biodiversity and endemism
. Various Orthoptera genera from the Eastern Arc ranges have been shown to consist of an array of morphologically similar endemic species.