p. 230: "In this chapter, the term 'species' refers to reproductively isolated 'biological species' (Wallace 1865, Kaye 1916, Mayr 1963,1970). Though this definition makes the nature of species somewhat arbitrary in allopatry (Wallace 1865), species can always be recognized in sympatry and parapatry. Speciation is therefore the acquisition of reproductive isolation."
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