conspecific

[kon-spi-sif-ik] /ˌkɒn spɪˈsɪf ɪk/
adjective, Biology
1.
belonging to the same species.
noun
2.
an organism belonging to the same species as another.
Origin
1855–60; conspeci(es) (see con-, species) + -fic
Example Sentences for conspecific
Other species have their own conspecific recognition capabilities, this isn't rocket science.
Conspecific individuals are an important feature of an animal's environment, and a potential source of selective pressures.
Two subspecies of the same species also considered to be conspecific.
Conspecific nest parasitism in three species of new world blackbird.
British Dictionary definitions for conspecific
conspecific (ˌkɒnspɪˈsɪfɪk)
 
adj
(of animals or plants) belonging to the same species

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Word Origin and History for conspecific
conspecific
1859 (adj.), 1962 (n.), from conspecies (1837), from con- "with" + species.
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