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Means, M.L. and J.E. Johnson. 1995. Movement of threatened Ozark cavefish in Logan Cave National Wildlife Refuge, Arkansas. The Southwestern Naturalist 40 (3): 308-313.

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Noltie, D.B. and C.M. Wicks. 2001. How hydrogeology has shaped the ecology of Missouri’s Ozark Cavefish, Amblyopsis rosae, and southern cavefish, Typhlicthus subterraneous: insights on the sightless from understanding the underground. Environmental Biology of Fishes 62(1-3): 171-194.

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Romero, A. and L. Bennis. 1998. Threatened fishes of the world: Amblyopsis spelaea DeKay, 1842 (Amblyopsidae). Environmental Biology of Fishes 51:420.

Woods L.P. and R.F. Inger. 1957. The cave, spring, and swamp fishes of the family Amblyopsidae of central and eastern United States. American Midlands Naturalist 58: 232-256.


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