specie

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  • A long lived species which may grow for more than a hundred years.
  • Many species currently assigned to this group have been placed in other groups at different times.
  • The rest of the families together contain only about five hundred species.
  • It is a deep water species and is found off the west coast of Japan.
  • It is a deep water species and has been relatively little observed.
  • Some species may use more than one system depending on the circumstances.
  • They are commonly known to be a deep water species.
  • The introduction of non-native species of plants has also affected the species population.
  • There is also the issue of the invasion of non native species.
  • It is a fast-growing species, and the young reach adult size within three weeks.
  • The introduction of non-native species of plants has also threatened the species population.
  • Several thousand of them represented species new to science.
  • Eventually superior foreign species were selected and incorporated into the family's garden.
  • Its a deep water species that seems to do well when several hiding places are made available.
  • Many native birds also live here, as well as fifteen restricted-range species.
  • They also feature a variety of non-native species, including an extensive Rose Garden.
  • They are found in Australia and are a non-native species in New Zealand.
  • One of the major problems is the number of non-native species that are taking over the lakes.
  • More than half of all plant and land animal species in the world live in tropical forests.
  • Most varieties of a particular species are either winter or spring types.
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