Definition of taxonomically in English:

taxonomically

Pronunciation /ˌtaksəˈnämək(ə)lē/ /ˌtæksəˈnɑmək(ə)li/ /ˌtaksəˈnämik(ə)lē/

adverb

Biology

See taxonomic

‘The coloration was found in a wide variety of taxonomically diverse vascular plants.’
  • ‘Some of the species being sorted out taxonomically are already relatively rare.’
  • ‘In terms of their variability, teeth are not the best taxonomically diagnostic character at the species level.’
  • ‘Several organisms that are taxonomically related or have similar gene content, differ greatly in their genome size.’
  • ‘The American Buffalo (also called American Bison; taxonomically correct name = American Plains Buffalo) was brought almost to extinction by overzealous hunters.’

adverb

Biology

See taxonomic

‘To call the actually existing order liberal - or ‘neo-liberal’ - is as taxonomically accurate as calling the old Soviet Communist Party syndicalist.’
  • ‘A subspecies is a geographic race that is sufficiently different taxonomically to be worthy of a separate name.’
  • ‘Though they are minor elements of most Cambrian benthic assemblages, rhynchonelliform brachiopods taxonomically and numerically dominate most post-Ordovician Paleozoic benthic assemblages.’
  • ‘Orangutans are taxonomically classified as two distinct subspecies, the Bornean (Pongo pygmaeus pygmaeus) and the Sumatran (Pongo pygmaeus abelli).’
  • ‘In this example, the resultant morphologies are taxonomically confusing and correct interpretation is impossible without considering taphonomic modifications of original hard-part morphology.’