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- n. Plural form of ecomorph.
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He said these metamorphoses, called ecomorphs, suggested that entirely new species could originate from adaptations of an extinct animal.
Or does it mean that D. arnoldi and D. hololissa were never good species at all, but that they just represent ecomorphs of D. dussumieri?
These ecomorphs, according to Martin, are not isolated incidences, but are repeated patterns through history.