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1. Ecotype (adj. ecotypic)
A subspecies, or breed, that has adapted to its local environment and as a result is distinctive from other members of the species , but can still successfully interbreed with other members of the species.

2. Ecotype
A subdivision of a species ; a stage in the formation of a species such that reproductive isolation has occurred.

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