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Southwest Caves Reveal New Forms of Life

These lightless and nutrient-poor natural systems are home to life forms found nowhere else on Earth. Three new genera and at least 15 new species have been discovered here.

by Wynne, J. Judson and Drost, Charles A.
U.S. Geological Survey Fact Sheet 2009-3024
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Arachnids, Community ecology, Crustaceans, Entomology, Insects, Systematics and taxonomy, Caves
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Arizona, New Mexico
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