Invertebrate Fauna of Nova Scotia Caves (Curatorial Report #86)

@inproceedings{Moseley1998InvertebrateFO,
  title={Invertebrate Fauna of Nova Scotia Caves (Curatorial Report #86)},
  author={M. G. Moseley},
  year={1998}
}
Nova Scotia is fortunate in having extensive karstlands. There are large areas of sulphate(gypsum) karst in mainland Nova Scotia (Hants, Colchester, Halifax, Cumberland and AntigonishCounties) and on Cape Breton Island (Inverness and Victoria Counties). There are also several smallerareas of carbonate (limestone) karst (Moseley 1996). Both types of karstland are richly endowed withfeatures of geological, zoological and botanical importance, both on the surface and underground. One of the… CONTINUE READING