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Temporal isolation


1) A reproductive isolating mechanism in which members of different species mate at different times of the year in different seasons.

2) Temporal isolation is genetic isolation achieved due to temporal differences in breeding. For example, one population would be temporally isolated from another if it's breeding season was in the fall while the other's was in the spring.

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