Definition of ecospecies in English:

ecospecies

noun

Biology
  • Each of two or more populations of a species that can interbreed without a decline in fertility, though being distinct on ecological grounds such as in their range of distribution, usual habitat, morphology, or behaviour.

Origin

1920s. From eco- + species.

Pronunciation

ecospecies

/ˈiːkəʊˌspiːʃɪz//ˈɛkəʊˌspiːʃɪz/