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  1. Animal life of the Carlsbad cavern, by Vernon Bailey ...
    By: Bailey, Vernon, - American Society of Mammalogists.
    Publication info: Baltimore,The Williams & Wilkins Company,1928.
    Contributed by: MBLWHOI Library
    Subjects: Botany  Carlsbad Caverns (N.M.)  Cave animals  New Mexico  Zoology  
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  2. The cave fauna of North America, with remarks on the anatomy of the brain and origin of the blind species.
    By: Packard, A. S. (Alpheus Spring),
    Publication info: Washington,National Academy of Sciences,1888.
    Contributed by: Smithsonian Libraries
    Subjects: Cave animals  Caves  North America  
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  3. Cave vertebrates of America : a study in degenerative evolution / by Carl H. Eigenmann.
    By: Eigenmann, Carl H.,
    Publication info: Washington, D.C. :Carnegie Institution of Washington,1909.
    Contributed by: Multiple institutions
    Subjects: Cave animals  Heteropygii  
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  4. The Conard fissure, a Pleistocene bone deposit in northern Arkansas : with descriptions of two new genera and twenty new species of mammals. Memoirs of the AMNH ; v. 9, pt. 4
    By: Brown, Barnum.
    Publication info: New York : American Museum of Natural History 1908
    Contributed by: American Museum of Natural History Library
    Subjects: Arkansas  Cave animals  Mammals, Fossil  Paleontology  Pleistocene  
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  5. Contribution à l'étude de la faune des microcavernes. Faune des terriers et des nids
    By: Falcoz, Louis.
    Publication info: Lyon :A. Rey ;1914.
    Contributed by: Smithsonian Libraries
    Subjects: Cave animals  
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  6. The fauna of Mayfield's cave.
    By: Banta, Arthur Mangun,
    Publication info: Washington,D. C., Carnegie Institution of Washington,1907.
    Contributed by: Cornell University Library
    Subjects: Cave animals  Mayfield's Cave, Bloomington, Ind  
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  7. The fauna of Mayfield's Cave.
    By: Banta, Arthur Mangun,
    Publication info: Washington, D.C.Carnegie Institution of Washington1907
    Contributed by: University of Toronto - Gerstein Science Information Centre
    Subjects: Cave animals  Mayfield's Cave, Bloomington, Ind  
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  8. Habitat-related variability in the cave-dwelling minnow, Hybopsis harperi.
    By: Howell, John Fincher,
    Publication info: 1960.
    Contributed by: University of Florida, George A. Smathers Libraries
    Subjects: Biology  Biology thesis Ph. D  Cave animals  Cyprinidae  Dissertations, Academic  Fishes  Florida  FU  UF  Variation (Biology)  
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  9. The importance of late Quaternary climate change and karst on distributions of Caribbean mormoopid bats. (American Museum novitates, no. 3847)
    By: O'Brien, Margaret (Margaret Elizabeth) - Simmons, Nancy B. - Soto-Centeno, J. Angel.
    Publication info: 2015-12-28
    Contributed by: American Museum of Natural History Library
    Subjects: Antillean ghost-faced bat  Bats  Bats, Fossil  Caribbean Area  Cave animals  Climatic changes  karst  Mormoopidae  Paleobiogeography  Paleoclimatology  Pteronotus parnellii  Pteronotus quadridens  
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  10. Indiana caves and their fauna /
    By: Blatchley, W. S. (Willis Stanley),
    Publication info: Indianapolis,Dept. of Geology and Natural Resources,1897
    Contributed by: Wellesley College Library (archive.org)
    Subjects: Bibliography  Cave animals  Caves  Indiana  
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  11. The Mammoth Cave and its inhabitants, or Descriptions of the fishes,insects and crustaceans found in the cave;
    By: Packard, A. S. (Alpheus Spring), - Putnam, F. W. - Walker, C. A., - Wyman, J., - F.W. Putnam & Co., - Naturalists' Agency, - Salem Press (Salem, Mass.),
    Publication info: Salem [Mass.]Naturalists' agency,1872
    Contributed by: Multiple institutions
    Subjects: Cave animals  Caving  Heteropygii  Kentucky  Mammoth Cave  Mammoth Cave (Ky.)  
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  12. Quaternary bats from the Impossível-Ioiô cave cystem (Chapada Diamantina, Brazil) : humeral remains and the first fossil record of Noctilio leporinus (Chiroptera, Noctilionidae) from South America. (American Museum novitates, no. 3798)
    By: Arroyo-Cabrales, Joaquín. - Lanzelotti, Wagner. - Monte Lima, Anne Caruliny do. - Perini, Fernando A. - Salles, Leandro O. (Leandro Oliveira) - Simmons, Nancy B. - Velazco, Paúl M.
    Publication info: 2014-04-04
    Contributed by: American Museum of Natural History Library
    Subjects: Bats, Fossil  Brazil  Cave animals  Diamantina Plateau (Brazil)  Humerus  Noctilio leporinus  
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