Definition of zoogeographer in US English:

zoogeographer

noun

  • See zoogeography

    • ‘It is for that reason that ‘drift shells’ are not accorded full status by zoogeographers and ecologists.’
    • ‘For me, an evolutionary biologist and zoogeographer, each expedition results in intriguing discoveries of the abundance, presence and absence of species.’
    • ‘The theories of animal distribution advanced by zoogeographers are usually grounded in evolutionary presuppositions.’
    • ‘Aside from the difficulty of selecting dependable authorities or systematic works, the zoogeographer desiring to use the evidence of fresh-water fishes has another troublesome matter to contend with.’
    • ‘The accumulated data base provides invaluable information for ecologists and zoogeographers.’

Pronunciation

zoogeographer

/-fər/