(indigenous species) species that are native to (i.e. occur naturally) in a region ( see exotic species)
Species which arrived in Britain in prehistoric times after the last Ice Age at the time Britain was joined to mainland Europe.
living or growing naturally in a particular region.
species that is within its known historical range, and there is no evidence of humans having artificially introduced it.
With respect to a particular ecosystem, a species that, other than as a result of an introduction, historically occurred or currently occurs in that ecosystem. [from Executive Order 13112 on Invasive Species
species that occur naturally in an area or a habitat. Also called indigenous species.
A species of fish indigenous to Washington State.
a plant or animal originally living or growing in a particular region-not introduced to a region by modern humans Minnesota: Pioneer Agriculture
Species which have lived in a particular region or area for an extended period of time.
Any fish species that naturally occurred within a given body of water.
A plant or animal that originally occurred in an area.
A species that historically occurred or currently occurs in an ecosystem other than as a result of an introduction.
Species which have occurred naturally in Ireland since the last ice age.
animals or plants that occur naturally in a place
( or Indigenous Species)—applied to a species that occurs naturally in an area, and therefore has not been introduced by humans either accidentally or intentionally.
Any plant or animal that originated within a particular ecosystem.
Plants, animals, fungi, and microorganisms that occur naturally in a given area or region.
A local species that has not been introduced.
A species which is a part of the original fauna or flora of the area in question.
flora or fauna indigenous to an ecosystem; as opposed to exotic species
a species that belongs to an area, they have been part of a given biological landscape for a long period time
A species that occurs naturally in the region; endemic to the area
Organisms that originated and evolved in a particular area, non-cultivated species.
A species of plant or animal that naturally occurs in an area and that was not introduced by humans.
A species that occurs at a place within its historically known natural range and that forms part of the natural biodiversity of a place ('Indigenous species', Natural Heritage Charter)
A species that is natural or indigenous to a particular area
a species that occurs naturally in an area or habitat. Also called indigenous species.
A plant or animal that has been in a region prior to European settlement.
Any animal and plant species originally in the United States (USFS).
Plants that originated in the area in which they are found, i.e., they naturally occur in that area.
Species that normally live and thrive in a particular ecosystem. Compare indicator species, keystone species, nonnative species.
An animal species that has been a part of an environment for the better part of history.
plant species that are indigenous to a particular natural region; they were in that region prior to the time of Euro-American settlement.
Species originating in a country
A species of fish indigenous to a particular region.
Species native to a particular geographic area. Because they are part of an ecosystem where everything is interdependent, these species are adapted to local foods, soil and weather conditions, and pests and diseases.
A species that occurs naturally in an area (i.e. is not introduced). Compare introduced species, invasive species.
Native species are well adapted to local climatic conditions and can flourish with little to no maintenance or watering. Native species are common to wild areas of the same climate, though the term is sometimes used to include other very well adapted species.
Animal or plant species that occur naturally in a particular area.
indigenous; living naturally within a given area
species that occurs naturally in a particular geographic area. In Canada and the U.S., it usually refers to a species that existed in a given area prior to historical European settlement. See also Indigneous Species.
(3) a species that is part of an area's original fauna or flora. See also exotic species.
Species that have arrived and inhabited an area naturally, without deliberate assistance by man. For trees and shrubs in the United Kingdom usually taken to mean those present after post-glacial recolonisation and before historic times. Some species are only native in particular regions â€“ hence locally native.