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Ecospecies

Ecospecies
(Science: ecology) a species consisting of different subspecies, or breeds, of an organism which despite being adapted to slightly different environments and/or having distinctly different appearances and behaviours, can still successfully interbreed.
Pertaining to a species which has a diversified over time, where each sub-species involved is still capable of reproducing fertile offspring with one another.


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