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  • noun Plural form of endemic.

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Examples

  • In addition, the species density and the density of endemics is higher than any other oceanic island: 2.08 species/km2 and 0.98 endemics/km2, respectively.

    Juan Fernández Islands temperate forests

  • Many of the advertisers are so-called "endemics" - brands like Callaway, Titleist and Nike that target products and messages specifically toward golf devotees.

    The Seattle Times

  • Many of the advertisers are so-called "endemics" - brands like Callaway, Titleist and Nike that target products and messages specifically toward golf devotees.

    Ottawa Sun

  • There are more than 400 bird species in the Mazatlan region including 35 West Mexican endemics.

    Mazatlan: why snowbirds keep coming back

  • A preliminary list of the avifauna gives 224 species including 42 endemics, 75% of the endemic species of the Central Highlands.

    Kahuzi-Biéga National Park, Democratic Republic of Congo

  • There are more than 400 bird species in the Mazatlan region including 35 West Mexican endemics.

    Mazatlan: why snowbirds keep coming back

  • The almendro (Dipteryx panamensis) and the monkey pot tree (Lecythis ampla) are two outstanding and rapidly disappearing canopy emergents, which are regional endemics of the lowlands, below 250 m.

    Isthmian-Pacific moist forests

  • Four strictly protected species, all national endemics, occur: Linaria tursica (VU), Micropyropsis tuberosa (VU), Gaudinia hispanica (VU), and Vulpia fontquerana (EN).

    Doñana National Park, Spain

  • In Haiti, the low montane forests of Morne la Visite area listed with 335 plant species and 30% of endemisms on the island and those of the Pic Macaya area are listed with 665 species and 30% of endemics.

    Haiti

  • Situated on continuous and isolated mountain ranges, this ecoregion is rich in endemic species, although the numbers of endemics are lower here than in other eastern African mountain ecoregions.

    Ecoregions of Uganda (WWF)

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