taxonomic species

taxonomic species

or

taxospecies

a species described on the basis of morphological characters - a MORPHOSPECIES.
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In predation of fish by serpents, the author Roze (1996) registered different taxonomic species groups as Callichthys callichthys (Siluriformes), Gymnotus carapo (Gymnotiformes), and Synbranchus marmoratus (Synbranchiformes).
Taxonomic species for this study were cattle, buffalo, goat and sheep (n=20 each).
Because grotto sculpin hold the unique position as the only representative of cottids showing cave adaptation we argue for recognition, if not as a distinct taxonomic species, then at least as a distinct population segment or a biologically isolated unit.
Taxonomic species are morphologically and otherwise classified groups of organisms that taxonomists determine to belong to a specific group (Gaston 1996).
Sequences of "taxonomic webs," based on taxonomic species, and "trophic webs," based on trophic species, were constructed by sequentially including the most frequently observed links (i.e., links with the lowest mean sample size) and associated species until all observed links and species were present in the webs.
Taxonomic species and trophic species reach asymptotes near 87 and 73 at mean sample sizes of roughly 8000 and 40 000 stems, respectively.
Table 1 gives the sample size for each haplotype categorized by both taxonomic species and population.
As inferred from the historical relationships of mtDNA, different populations within taxonomic species are not each other's closest relative.
Of the 17 taxonomic species of Laupala included in this study, 12 are most closely related to a species or a group of species within the same island, whereas five find their closest relative on a different island.
Endangered Species Act (ESA), one of the most powerful and far-reaching environmental laws in the world, allows not only for listing of taxonomic species but also "any distinct population segment" of a vertebrate species (1978 amendment).