The Biological Resources of Illinois Caves and Other Subterranean Environments: Determination of the Diversity, Distribution, and Status of the Subterranean Faunas of Illinois Caves and how These Faunas are Related to Groundwater Quality
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CLASSIFICATION OF CAVERNICOLES
STATE AND FEDERAL REGULATIONS
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Air and water Air temperatures Table Amphibia amphipods aquatic Arachnida Araneae Arthropoda bedrock walls breakdown Brown's Hole Caecidotea Carabidae cave is located cave stream cave was examined cave zone data Cave-in-Rock Caverns Ceuthophilus sp chemical analysis Chiroptera Coleoptera collected or observed Collembola Current Status dark zone Diplopoda Diptera DL DL DL entire cave entrance zone Fauna feet high feet wide floor Fogelpole Cave Gammaridae groundwater Gryllacrididae Hardin County Heleomyzidae Holsinger human visitation Illinois caves Insecta invertebrates Isopoda J. K. Krejca Jackson County Johnson County karst karst regions Krejca and S. J. limestone Linyphiidae Malacostraca Mammalia map is available Monroe County Myotis Opiliones Orthoptera passage Peck and Lewis Pesticide Physical and chemical Plethodontidae Pope County S. J. Taylor Shawnee Hills sinkhole Sinkhole Plain species speleothems Spring Cave Staphylinidae Taxa collected temperatures Table 9 Trace metals troglobitic troglophiles trogloxenes twilight zone Union County water samples wooded hillside