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springfish:

see cavefishcavefish,
common name for blind, cave-dwelling fishes of the family Amblyopsidae. The Amblyopsidae are mostly whitish fish, up to 5 in. (13 cm) long. With the exception of a single species, all members of the family live in the limestone cave region of the Mississippi basin.
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In early 2003, the NFWO signed a Memorandum of Understanding with the Tribe to begin recovery actions for the springfish while preserving the Tribe's economic, social, agricultural, and cultural way of life.
In late 2004, negotiations to decommission a catfish farm and remove all aquaculture facilities that were negatively affecting the springfish were complete.
Resources Water Resources Divisions, the NFWO, and the Tribe were on hand that day to celebrate and witness the reintroduction of Railroad Valley springfish back into their historical habitat.
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In early 2003, the Service signed a Memorandum of Understanding with the Tribe to begin recovery actions for the springfish while preserving the Tribe's economic, social, agricultural, and cultural way of life.
To prepare for reintroduction of the Railroad Valley springfish into designated critical habitat, the Nevada Department of Wildlife, Natural Resources Conservation Service, U.