The evolution of new species seems to be favored when a subpopulation of the 'parent' species becomes geographically isolated and subjected to...
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The evolution of new species seems to be favored when a subpopulation

of the "parent" species becomes geographically isolated and subjected to different environmental conditions over geologic time. Given this generalization, describe the distribution characteristics of a hypothetical "parent" species that would be most favored to produce many "daughter" species over time.

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