cavernicolous


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cavernicolous

[¦kav·ər¦nik·ə·ləs]
(biology)
Inhabiting caverns.
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The basal sclerites of the wing are interpreted for the first time using SEM, the functional morphology of the larva, puparium and adult is discussed and notes are provided on the biology, development and cavernicolous habits of the species.
19), which is also cavernicolous and guanobious in the larval stages and occurs in the xeric caves of Namibia.
Pseudotremia conservata a new cleidogonid milliped (Diplopoda: Chordeumatida), with a synopsis of the cavernicolous millipeds of Indiana.
In some aspects, this pattern of activity is similar to that described for the cavernicolous harvestman Goniosoma spelaeum, in which the individuals also left the cave earlier in winter when compared to summer (Gnaspini et al.
Population ecology of Goniosoma spelaeum,a cavernicolous harvestman from southeastern Brazil (Arachnida: Opiliones: Gonyleptidae).
Cavernicolous pseudoscorpions from Texas and New Mexico (Arachnida: Pseudoscorpionida).
An ecological study of the cavernicolous fauna of the Nullarbor Plain, southern Australia.
No strictly cavernicolous species of Phrynus are known, in contrast to Paraphrynus in which several troglobites are known (Mullinex 1975, 1979; Quintero 1981).
Reproduction and postembryonic development of Goniosoma spelaeum, a cavernicolous harvestman from southeastern Brazil (Arachnida: Opiliones: Gonyleptidae).
Population ecology of Goniosoma spelaeum, a cavernicolous harvestman from south-eastern Brazil (Arachnida: Opiliones: Gonyleptidae).
The distal tarsomeres of legs I and II of two cavernicolous Mexican species, Pseudocellus pearsei from the Yucatan Peninsula and Pseudocellus boneti from Guerrero, were examined in this study with light microscopy, scanning (SEM) and transmission electron microscopy (TEM).
The distal tarsomeres of leg I and II of two cavernicolous Mexican species were examined in this study.