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According to which species concepts could wolves and coyotes be considered separate species?

 According to which species concepts could wolves and coyotes be considered separate species?

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Wolves and coyotes are considered separate species since there is a... View the full answer

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  • My options are biological, morphological, ecogogical, and phylogenetic species concepts. I have to say if it is yes or no for those.
    • hfischer1234
    • Sep 04, 2018 at 8:25pm
  • So I am not sure what biological means because that covers all of the topics, so I would definitely say yes it is biological lol. No to morphological, the two species are physically capable of having sex (morphological means they could not physically have sex). No to ecological, they are often found sharing the same ecosystem, living in the same area. Yes to phylogenetic species concept. Sorry for the late response I hope it's not too late! goodluck
    • anthonycentone
    • Sep 05, 2018 at 12:05pm

wolves belong to canis lupus coyotes - canis latrans dogs - canis familiaris they are closely related and can inter breed and... View the full answer

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