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A CAVE-ADAPTED, AMPHIBIOUS ISOPOD, BRACKENRIDGIA BRIDGESI, TAMAULIPAS, MEXICO

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Caption: A CAVE-ADAPTED, AMPHIBIOUS ISOPOD, BRACKENRIDGIA BRIDGESI, TAMAULIPAS, MEXICO
Scientific name: Brackenridgesi bridgesi
Location: La Cueva de la Mina (Mine Cave), Tamaulipas, Mexico
Copyright: © Robert & Linda Mitchell
Photographer Code: CAV-ISO-1-19
AGPix ID: AGPix_RoLiMi24_2002
Photo Alignment: 35mm (horizontal)
Comments: This isopod, Brackenridgesi bridgesi, from La Cueva de la Mina (Mine Cave) in Tamaulipas, Mexico, is an amphibious troglobite., That is, it is cave-adapted as evidenced by its white, eyeless condition, & it moves freely between terrestrial & aquatic environments because of the cave's saturated atmosphere. Arthropoda, Crustacea, Isopoda.

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