The Blind Fishes of the Mammoth Cave and Their Allies*

@article{PUTNAMTheBF,
  title={The Blind Fishes of the Mammoth Cave and Their Allies*},
  author={F. W. PUTNAM},
  journal={Nature},
  volume={6},
  pages={415-417}
}
THE Amblyopsis spelæus undoubtedly has quite an extensive distribution, probably existing in all the subterranean rivers that flow through the great limestone region underlying the Carboniferous rocks in the central portion of the United Stales. Prof. Cope obtained specimens from the Wyandotte Cave and from wells in its vicinity, and in the Museum of Comparative Zoology at Cambridge there is a specimen labelled “from a well near Lost River, Orange Co., Ind.,” which, with those from the… CONTINUE READING