Some articles on partial sympatry, sympatry:
... which are characterized by an array of morphological and behavioral differences, live in sympatry throughout the North Atlantic, North Pacific and Antarctic oceans ... populations - called “transient,” “resident,” and “offshore” - demonstrate partial sympatry, crossing paths with relative frequency ... Partial sympatry in these whales is not, therefore, not the result of speciation ...
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