- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of intergrade.
“Here, Great Plains vegetation intergrades with foothill flora of the Rocky Mountains.”
“Great Plains vegetation intergrades with foothill flora of the Rocky Mountains.”
“Rainforest intergrades with the mangroves, sharing many species at the interface including Diospyros littorea, which occurs only on the landward side of mangroves.”
“To the south, this ecoregion intergrades imperceptibly into the floodplain of the lower Changjiang (Yangtze) River.”
“In northern Tanzania the ecoregion extends around the base of the East Usambara Mountains where the habitat intergrades with that of the Eastern Arc Mountains.”
“The northeastern sector of the Santa Cruz Department, where NKMNP is located is part of a transition zone where Amazon forest intergrades with the dry forest and savannah habitats of the biogeographical province of the Cerrado.”
“Typical representatives of _C.s. castanogastris_ in Coahuila occur only in the extreme northeastern section of the State, and most specimens of the Scaled Quail from northeastern Coahuila are intergrades between _pallida_ and _castanogastris_.”
“The center of the State is occupied by intergrades between _A.b. bilineata_, _opuntia_, and _grisea_.”
“I suspect that the specimens from the Sierra Guadalupe are intergrades between _lloydi_ and _iulus_.”
“Loggerhead Shrike from Coahuila that I have examined are intergrades between _mexicanus_ and _excubitorides_.”
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