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Ozark cavefish - Wikipedia

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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 ...

Home - Ozark Cavefish - U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service

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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 &  ...

Ozark Cavefish | MDC Discover Nature

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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  ...

AGFC | Endangered Species Details

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Were it not for the pinkish blood vessels, you could see through the tine translucent body of an Ozark cavefish. The fins resemble threads of glass. The flattened ...

Ozark Cavefish - Encyclopedia of Arkansas

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Nov 2, 2012 ... The Ozark cavefish (Amblyopsis rosae) is found in the Springfield Plateau of the Ozark Mountains. Its geographic distribution covers ...

ADW: Amblyopsis rosae: INFORMATION

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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.

Amblyopsis rosae (Ozark Cavefish) - IUCN Red List

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Population: Ozark cavefish are consistently seen at 16 of the 41 known "active" sites (USFWS 2011). Based on groundwater recharge zones, the number of ...

Ozark cavefish videos, photos and facts - Amblyopsis rosae | ARKive

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Learn more about the Ozark cavefish - with amazing Ozark cavefish photos and facts on ARKive.

Ozark Cavefish - BioWeb Home

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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 fully ...

Distribution and Habitat Requirements of the Ozark Cavefish ... - JStor

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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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USFWS: Ozark Cavefish Fact Sheet

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Habitat - The Ozark cavefish lives in cave streams and springs. The cave ecosystem is often dependent upon bats (especially gray bats) as a source of energy ...

Endangered Species: Ozark Cavefish

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Description: The Ozark Cavefish is a small that grows no more than two inches in length. Its skin is unpigmented so it looks white in color, and it has no eyes.

Ozark Cavefish - Socket Members Server

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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 ...