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Definition of Holarctic

Holarctic
Holarctic Hol"arc*tic, a. [Holo- + arctic.] Of or pert. to the arctic regions collectively; specif. (Zo["o]geography), designating a realm or region including the northern parts of the Old and the New World. It comprises the Palearctic and Nearctic regions or subregions.

Meaning of Holarctic from wikipedia

- The Holarctic is the name for the biogeographic realm that encomp****es the majority of habitats found throughout the northern continents of the world...
- traditional magpies, there appear to be two distinct lineages. One consists of Holarctic species with black/white colouration and is probably closely related to...
- It has been published since 1978, the first 14 volumes under the name Holarctic Ecology. Ecography is published in collaboration with Oikos, Journal of...
- po****tions were out-competed by a new type of wolf which replaced them. Modern Holarctic wolves originated from Beringia in an expansion that was driven by the...
- family Hesperiidae. It is also known as the common branded skipper or Holarctic gr**** skipper in North America, where the butterfly Epargyreus clarus...
- (Pardosa glacialis) is a type of wolf spider in the genus Pardosa, with a holarctic distribution and endemic to the Arctic, particularly Greenland. The Arctic...
- lion and Eurasian cave lion is thought to have diverged in Africa or Holarctic Asia, 2.93–1.23 million years ago. Hybridisation between ancestors of...
- North America. By about 15,000 years ago, Equus ferus was a widespread holarctic species. Horse bones from this time period, the late Pleistocene, are...
- with mitochondrial DNA indicating that it is genetically basal to the Holarctic grey wolf, genetically the same wolf as the Tibetan wolf, and has an ****ociation...
- The Boreal Kingdom or Holarctic Kingdom (Holarctis) is a floristic kingdom identified[when?] by botanist Ronald Good (and later by Armen Takhtajan), which...
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