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Temagami

anglers who were taken by Archie King of Latchford, Ontario Canada into Ontario's Lady Evelyn River System in 1923. Recognising the fish as different or unique, the anglers took a specimen back to the Carnegie Museum in Pittsburgh (Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania) in the United States, where Dr. Arthur W. Henn was asked to identify the fish. He wrote about the fish in 1925 wherein he and Rinckenbach identified it as a distinct species, ''Salvelinus timagamiensis'' but, since


East Kalimantan

was initially thought to fall within the variability of ''N. fusca'', but in 2011 it was described as a distinct species, ''N. epiphytica (Nepenthes epiphytica)'', with ''Kostermans 21495'' designated as its holotype. ** Lampung (in Central Lampung (Central Lampung Regency), Mesuji (Mesuji Regency), Tulang Bawang (Tulangbawang Regency), Way Kanan (Way Kanan Regency), and West Tulangbawang Regencies (West Tulang Bawang Regency)) ** East


Primorsky Krai

'' Russia Far East (Primorsky Krai, Khabarovsk Krai), Kamchatka Peninsula, Kuril Islands, Sakhalin, Japan (Hokkaidō, Honshū) '''Black-backed Wagtail''' or Kamchatka Japanese Pied Wagtail, similar to ''M. a. yarrellii'', but has a black eyestripe and white remiges; might have a claim to constitute a distinct species. '''Native''' :''Senecio vulgaris'' is considered to be native to Algeria, Libya, Morocco, Tunisia

) 1932 Includes western spurs of Sikhote-Alin Mountains draining into the Ussuri River - *''Larix gmelinii'' var. ''japonica''. The Kuril Islands and Sakhalin (both formerly Japanese territory). *''Larix gmelinii'' var. ''olgensis''. North Korea, Heilongjiang, and the Sikhote-Alin mountains of Primorsky Krai, Russia. Sometimes treated as a distinct species ''Larix olgensis''. Larix


Comoros

(Arabian Sea); ranges throughout the Arabian Sea. * ''Puffinus lherminieri temptator'' Louette & Herremans, 1985 – breeds on Mohéli (Comoros); ranges in W Indian Ocean around the northern end of Madagascar. These form another distinct clade as indicated by mtDNA sequences, and have for some time been proposed as a distinct species, '''Persian Shearwater''' (''P. persicus

''). From the molecular data alone, this seems fairly warranted, but the ranges of the two taxa are quite far apart, separated by forms of the third clade. It is quite obvious that on the basis of such contradicting data as presently available, no decision can be taken regarding the taxonomic status of these birds. Possibly, they do form a distinct species separated from the third clade by a different circannual (wikt:circannual) rhythm, as is known from other procellariiform birds

with four wins, while South Africa, Angola and Zambia have won three each. - Comoros (except Mayotte) December 1975 (independence effect 11 April 1976) * ''Danaus chrysippus orientis'' - formerly ''D. c. liboria'' :Saint Helena, southern tropical Africa to South Africa, Madagascar, Comoros, Seychelles and Mascarenes. Small white forewing spots. ''D. c. alcippus'' is well on the way of becoming a distinct species. ref name smithetal2005 >


Khabarovsk Krai

a distinct species. '''Native''' :''Senecio vulgaris'' is considered to be native to Algeria, Libya, Morocco, Tunisia, Georgia (Georgia (country)), Republic of Adygea, Karachay–Cherkess Republic (Karachay–Cherkessia), Kabardino-Balkaria Republic (Kabardino-Balkaria), Republic of North Ossetia–Alania (North Ossetia–Alania), Republic of Ingushetia (Ingushetia), Chechen Republic (Chechnya), Republic of Dagestan, Amur Oblast, Chukotka


Seychelles

isbn 978-90-6193-107-2 url http: books.google.com books?id hAu6qogRHloC&pg PA123 The Aldabra Giant Tortoise now populates many of the islands of the Seychelles. The Aldabra population is the largest in the world. These unique reptiles can be found even in captive herds. It has been reported that the granitic islands of Seychelles supported distinct species of Seychelles giant tortoises; the status of the different populations is currently unclear

chrysippus orientis'' - formerly ''D. c. liboria'' :Saint Helena, southern tropical Africa to South Africa, Madagascar, Comoros, Seychelles and Mascarenes. Small white forewing spots. ''D. c. alcippus'' is well on the way of becoming a distinct species. *Fisk's House Snake, ''Lamprophis fiskii'' (Boulenger (George Albert Boulenger), 1887), vulnerable (VU) *Seychelles House Snake, ''Lamprophis geometricus'' ( Hermann


Saint Helena

. Small white forewing spots. ''D. c. alcippus'' is well on the way of becoming a distinct species. Previous arms usage Prior to 2002, as a dependency of Saint Helena, Tristan da Cunha used their coat of arms (coat of arms of Saint Helena). The Temple Mount is sacred ground to Jews, Christians, and Muslims, and is the location of the ruins of Solomon's Temple, and the ancient resting place of the Ark of the Covenant. McCall, Thomas S


Southern Ontario

and northern Florida in the United States. Trees in the southern half of the range are sometimes distinguished as a variety, ''F. grandifolia'' var. ''caroliniana'', but this is not considered distinct in the Flora of North America. A related beech native to the mountains of central Mexico is sometimes treated as a subspecies of American Beech, but more often as a distinct species, Mexican Beech ''Fagus mexicana''. Status of Greater Sudbury Because the Census divisions


Norfolk Island

is a separate species and not just a colour variation of the Yellow-crowned Parakeet. The Orange-fronted Parakeet is highly endangered, with less than 200 individuals remaining in the North Canterbury region of the South Island. Furthermore, Chatham Island's Yellow-crowned Parakeet and the red-crowned populations of New Caledonia, Norfolk Island and the subantarctic islands have been determined to be distinct species (Boon ''et al.'', 2001). '''''Araucaria heterophylla''''' (synonym


Chittagong

Turtle (''A. gangeticus'' or ''N. gangeticus'') or the Peacock Soft-shelled Turtle (''A. hurum'' or ''N. hurum''), but while it is a close relative of the latter it is a distinct species. Praschag ''et al.'' (2007) '''Chittagong City Corporation''' (CCC) is a self-governing organisation which governs the municipal areas of Chittagong and some adjoining areas of south-eastern Bangladesh


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