The Ozark cavefish, Amblyopsis rosae, is a small subterranean freshwater fish
native to the United States. It has been listed as a threatened species in the US ...
Ozark Cavefish NWR is closed to all public access to protect the threatened fish
species for which it is named after. Learn More. Refuge Banner Image. Wildlife &
The southern cavefish lives in the central and southeastern Ozark region. It is
hard to distinguish the Ozark cavefish from the southern cavefish, but their ranges
Ozark cavefish are extremely specialized to their cave ecosystem, requiring a
pristine water source that remains at a temperature between 12.8 and 15.6°C.
This website is entirely dedicated to the Ozark cavefish, also known as
Amblyopsis rosae. The Ozark cavefish is 90 mm long by the time it is considered
ABSTRACT: The Ozark cavefish occurred in 13 caves of 180 sites surveyed in
the ... The Ozark cavefish, Amblyopsis rosae (Eigenmann, 1898) is a member of ...
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The more rare cavefish is the Ozark cavefish, Amblyopsis rosae. This fish lives in
the limestone aquifer under the Springfield plateau, with its range extending ...
Jun 18, 1995 ... The Ozark cavefish is a barometer on the environment, akin to the proverbial
canary in a coal mine. Spying the pollution-sensitive fish meant ...
Oct 29, 2003 ... In underground caverns beneath the Ozark highlands of Missouri, Arkansas, and
Oklahoma, lurks the Ozark cavefish, a tiny, blind, translucent ...