So you are saying if two groups of animals CAN reproduce but don't are considered different species - OK - what are groups that CAN'T reproduce called?
Like I said earlier - can you provide any supporting evidence for your claims?
They're also separate species. I don't get your point. Whether they can't, or simply don't, or even if they do but hybrids are sterile, of if they do with sufficient rarity that population genotypes are unaffected, etc, whatever. In all these cases their populations are reproductively isolated.