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EYED CAVE FISH IN A KARST WINDOW
Caballo Moro, a karst window cave in northeastern Mexico, supports a mixed population of cave Astyanax mexicanus: eyed and eyeless. The relationships of these sub-populations to one another and toExpand
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Cenozoic colonization of the Lesser Antilles by Nicoletiid insects (Zygentoma, “Apterygota”) and a new species of Anelpistina from Mustique Island
Abstract Mustique Island in the Lesser Antilles is inhabited by Nicoletia phytophila Gervais, 1844 ( = Nicoletia meinerti Silvestri 1905) and by a new species of Anelpistina, described herein.Expand
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Origins and relationship of cave populations of the blind Mexican tetra, Astyanax fasciatus , in the Sierra de El Abra
The blind morph of Astyanax fasciatus (Pisces: Characidae) has been more thoroughly studied than any other cave inhabiting organism. Most studies of A. fasciatus have used individuals from differentExpand
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Hydrogeology of Caves in the Sierra de El Abra Region
The hydrogeology of the El Abra region has a very dynamic history. Surface and underground rivers have broadly changed their paths throughout time. A simple model for estimating the age of caves byExpand
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A new species of the genus Anelpistina (Insecta: Zygentoma: Nicoletiidae) from Peru
ABSTRACT A new species that is closely related to Anelpistina weyrauchi (Wygodzinsky, 1959), which is also found in Peru, is described. Both South American species are distinct from North AmericanExpand
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Developmental evolution and developmental plasticity of the olfactory epithelium and olfactory skills in Mexican cavefish.
The fish Astyanax mexicanus comes in two forms: the normal surface-dwelling (SF) and the blind depigmented cave-adapted (CF) morphs. Among many phenotypic differences, cavefish show enhancedExpand
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A TROGLOMORPHIC SCULPIN ( PISCES : COTTIDAE ) POPULATION : GEOGRAPHY , MORPHOLOGY AND CONSERVATION STATUS
Despite the presence of large karst areas and long river cave systems in latitudes above 40° N (e.g., Baichtal 1995) troglomorphic fish have not been found in these habitats. A total of 88 species ofExpand
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A troglobitic amphipod in the Ice Caves of the Shawangunk Ridge: Behavior and resistance to freezing
Stygobromus allegheniensis Holsinger, 1967 (Allegheny Cave Amphipod) is a troglobiotic crustacean commonly found in caves of the Northeast United States. We describe several new populations from theExpand
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A new species of Anelpistina (Insecta: Zygentoma: Nicoletiidae) from the rainforest of Selva Lacandona, Mexico
Abstract Anelpistina nubigena, new species (Insecta: Zygentoma: Nicoletiidae) is described from the ecotourism center of Las Nubes, in the Selva Lacandona rainforest of Chiapas, Mexico. Sequencing ofExpand
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A new troglobitic species of Anelpistina (Hexapoda: Zygenyoma: Nicoletiidae) from Yextla cave, Guerrero, México
ABSTRACT We describe a new species of cave adapted Anelpistina from Yextla cave, Guerrero, México. The species has evolved a highly modified troglobitic morphology, despite being derived from a groupExpand
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