Dictionary of Human Evolution and Biology

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Clumped Dispersion

In ecology, pattern of spatial distribution of individual members of a species within their geographic range. A clumped dispersion refers to groups of individuals concentrated together in particular areas and absent from other parts of the range. This is the case for those primate species that are not noyau.

Cf. random dispersion, uniform dispersion.

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