Minor relict populations occur 50-80 km to the south and southwest.
That was all a relict from the times of the Cold War, and had to go.
These two species survive as relict populations in the mountains of eastern Mexico, sometimes in high elevation conifer stands but also in stands at mid-elevation that include hardwood trees.
Where the court is balancing the relict 's claims against those of others, she might claim that she actually owned the house, which, therefore, did not pass under the will anyway.
Then came the settlers from Europe, and by the second half of the 19th century this sea of wildlife had been reduced to a relict population of perhaps 1,500.
Recovery work over the past three decades has included captive propagation from these relict populations and reintroduction of fish into historic stream habitat in New Mexico and Arizona.
Somewhere in Gondwana, a relict population held out.
It was a relict of the times before the First Apocalypse, the unknown era.
So it was a relict for the eyes to arrive in the clear air of the busy mountain town, its open stone patios hanging with orchids in every shade - purple, white, the pink of roses.
In its strive to adopt Western civilizations, the Imperial Meiji government banned tattooing as something considered a barbaric relict of the past.