race:

a genetically or geographically distinct subgroup of a species.

ruderal:

highly disturbed areas, such as rubbish heaps.

selfer:

an organism that does not require a sexual partner to contribute either egg or sperm; the organism contains both sexes.

stochastic:

random, involving chance or probability.

sympatric:

referring to speciation within the same geographical area.

true annual population:

a population that replicates one time per year.

univoltine:

one generation per year, used in connection with arthropods.

voltinism:

the frequency or number of annual broods.



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