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Troglobite

hy·po·ge·al (h p -j l) also hy·po·ge·an (- n) or hy·po·ge·ous (- s). adj. 1.

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The origin of troglobites
Museum of Natural History & Science Gallery Guide for The Cavern
stalactite, stalagmite, troglobites, trogloxenes, troglophiles. Background Information: The key to cave formation is karst topography.
STYGOBITES ARE MORE WIDE-RANGING THAN TROGLOBITES
Cave biota handout
Troglobite - a species that spends its entire life cycle in caves. Often troglobites have adapted to the cave environment by Level of Cave Adaptation: Troglobite.
A Review of the Troglobitic Decapod Crustaceans of the Americas

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Troglobite - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Troglobites are small cave-dwelling animals that have adapted to their dark surroundings. Troglobite species include spiders, insects, fish and others.
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Troglobite - Description: Troglobites are small cave-dwelling animals that have adapted to their dark surroundings.
troglodyte and troglobite and troglophile and trogloxene
Apr 1, 2005 But what I discovered in the caves were that there were troglobites, troglophiles and trogloxenes. Let's take the words apart.
Troglobite - definition of Troglobite by the Free Online Dictionary
hy·po·ge·al (h p -j l) also hy·po·ge·an (- n) or hy·po·ge·ous (- s). adj. 1.
Flora and Fauna of Caves: Troglobites - Cave Dwellers
Troglobites - Cave Dwellers Caves Flora and Fauna showcaves.com.

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