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epizootic +‎ -ally


epizootically (not comparable)

  1. In the manner of an epizootic; in a way that affects a particular species or range of species.
    • 2006, D. Dudley Williams, The Biology of Temporary Waters, page 45:
      A number of algal species live epizootically on the branchiopod crustaceans found in temporary ponds.
  2. Regarding epizootics; in the context of the study of epizootics.
    • 2001, Betty Dodet, Rabies Control in Asia, page 238:
      Epizootically, it is known that natural foci of rabies exist in wild carnivores, and jackals, wolves and mongooses play a significant role in the transmission cycle of the disease.