Acadian biospeleology: composition and ecology of cave fauna of Nova Scotia and southern New Brunswick, Canada.

@inproceedings{Moseley2007AcadianBC,
  title={Acadian biospeleology: composition and ecology of cave fauna of Nova Scotia and southern New Brunswick, Canada.},
  author={M. G. Moseley},
  year={2007}
}
INTRODUCTION The central focus of biospeleological research and thinking especially in North America has been those highly-adapted specialised troglobiontic animals which inhabit deep caves and subterranean waters in regions to the south of the maximum limits of the Pleistocene glaciations. Much less attention has been paid to the subterranean fauna of formerly glaciated northern regions of the continent, or to the many nonobligate species that occur in cave thresholds there and elsewhere. The… CONTINUE READING

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