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The current status and habitats of the Illinois Cave amphipod, Gammarus acherondytes hubricht and mackin (crustacea: Amphipoda)
Gammarus acherondytes is a rare amphipod endemic to Illinois subterranean streams. It previously was recorded from five cave streams in Monroe and St. Clair counties, Illinois. An examination of 164Expand
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Troglomorphic Sculpins of the Cottus Carolinae Species Group in Perry County, Missouri: Distribution, External Morphology, and Conservation Status
The existence of cavernicolous sculpin (here allocated to Cottus carolinae, banded sculpin, and referred to as grotto sculpin), in the karst regions of Perry County, Missouri, first came to ourExpand
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Mexican blindcats genus Prietella (Siluriformes: Ictaluridae): an overview of recent explorations
The ictalurid genus Prietella was described from a single locality in northern Mexico (Coahuila) in 1954, and until very recently went largely unstudied. Cave explorers have recently uncovered newExpand
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Phylogeography of cave crickets (Ceuthophilus spp.) in central Texas: A keystone taxon for the conservation and management of federally listed endangered cave arthropods
Ceuthophilus spp. (Orthoptera: Rhaphidophoridae) in two subgenera (Ceuthophilus and Geotettix) were examined phylogenetically, morphologically, and biogeographically in order to improve ourExpand
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Food of the Evening Bat (Nycticeius humeralis) and Red Bat (Lasiurus borealis) from Southern Illinois
Coleopterans represented the primary food item by volume for 13 evening bats (68.1%) and 7 red bats (68.7%) collected from July to September 1993 on Horseshoe Lake Conservation Area, AlexanderExpand
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Foraging Range and Habitat Use of Ceuthophilus secretus (Orthoptera: Rhaphidophoridae), a Key Trogloxene in Central Texas Cave Communities
Abstract Cave invertebrate communities are dependent upon exogenous energy sources because their environment generally lacks primary producers. In small caves of central Texas, endemic terrestrialExpand
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Cave Biota of Great Basin National Park, White Pine County, Nevada
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Phylogeographic Structure and Color Pattern Variation among Populations of Plethodon albagula on the Edwards Plateau of Central Texas
Abstract Texas populations of slimy salamanders are isolated from other members of the Plethodon glutinosus complex and are currently placed in the species P. albagula with populations from the OzarkExpand
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Geographic Distribution. Rana catesbiana
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