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According to the biological species concept, which of the following statements is NOT correct?
To be considered a species, a population must be reproductively isolated from other species.
For a new species to arise, it must be geographically isolated from its parent species for long periods of time.
Organisms that are phenotypically identical yet have distinct mating behavior are considered distinct species since they do not naturally interbreed.
Organisms that can interbreed and produce sterile offspring are considered distinct species.