Meaning of zoogeographical in English:

zoogeographical

adjective

See zoogeography

  • ‘These data are tabulated by species with locations referenced to zoogeographical subregions, political units of provinces, states, or countries, and source citations.’
  • ‘Sulawesi is of great scientific interest as it forms part of a zoogeographical zone known as Wallacea.’
  • ‘Strayer suggested, ‘the drainage basin is, in many ways, the ideal unit for ecological and zoogeographical studies.’’
  • ‘This classification persisted until Pratt et al. suggested a closer relationship to the white-eyes based on behavioral, ecological, and zoogeographical considerations.’
  • ‘Regional comparisons between growth rates in temperate and tropical zones can be biased by the zoogeographical dominance of some families in certain regions.’

Pronunciation

zoogeographical

/ˌzəʊəˌdʒɪəˈɡrafɪk(ə)l/