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allopatry (s) (noun), allopatries (pl)
The geographic isolation of populations of organisms or species; especially, from other populations that are closely related to them: Allopatry involves different but related species that are always separated in some way in nature so they can't interbreed.

Mountain ridges that separate small tropical valleys and which are very high and steep, and conditions on them that can form barriers, are additional examples of allopatries.

This entry is located in the following units: allo-, all- (page 8) pater-, patri-, patro-, patr-, -patria (page 1)