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“Cave fauna including many troglobitic species is also abundant, with over 200 species recorded.”
“A secondary factor is the high degree of endemism of its flora and its great number of endemic invertebrates, including troglobitic fauna.”
“Similarly recent invasions of cave systems appear to have occurred among various troglobitic fishes.”
“When salamanders invaded the Dinaric Karst: convergence, history, and reinvention of the troglobitic olm”
“Whatever, troglobitic olm populations must have evolved within the last 10,000 years or so, and presumably the specialised troglobitic morphology of living olms evolved during this time.”
“The latest species, unlike stereotypical troglobitic fishes, has well-developed eyes and shares with a about a dozen closely related species a dramatic humped back.”
“Tetrapod Zoology: When salamanders invaded the Dinaric Karst: convergence, history, and reinvention of the troglobitic olm Greg Laden's Blog: Can Evolution "Learn" From Past Environments?”
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