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 ...
Population: Ozark cavefish are consistently seen at 16 of the 41 known "active"
sites (USFWS 2011). Based on groundwater recharge zones, the number of ...
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
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 ...
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The Ozark cavefish, Amblyopsis rosae (Eigenmann, 1898) is a member of the
family. Amblyopsidae, a small group of North American fishes with a range of ...
Jun 18, 1995 ... Rare Ozark Cavefish Monitors Its World : Environment: Like the fabled canary in a
coal mine, presence of the pollution-sensitive fish proclaims ...
Oct 29, 2003 ... In underground caverns beneath the Ozark highlands of Missouri, Arkansas, and
Oklahoma, lurks the Ozark cavefish, a tiny, blind, translucent ...
How hydrogeology has shaped the ecology of Missouri's Ozark cavefish,
Amblyopsis rosae, and southern cavefish, Typhlichthys subterraneus: insights on
One of the largest known Ozark cavefish populations, located in Logan Cave,.
Arkansas, was ... Ozark cavefish, including fish that emigrated out of the cave.