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Researchers develop flow sensors based on hair structures of blind cavefish

A blind fish that has evolved a unique technique for sensing motion may inspire a new generation of sensors that perform better than current active sonar. Although members of the fish species Astyanax fasciatus cannot see, they sense their environment and the movement of water around them w...

Genetic analysis of cavefish reveals more about evolution

A multi-institutional study offers additional insight into the evolutionary process by examining how albinism evolves in cavefish. Researchers, including New York University Biology Professor Richard Borowsky, examined two populations of Mexican cavefish and found that albinism in both populations...
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Amblyopsidae - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The cavefish (commonly: blindfish, swampfish) is found in caves and adapted to life in the dark. ... The majority of cave fish have little to no pigment in ...

Alabama cavefish - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The Alabama cavefish, Speoplatyrhinus poulsoni, is a critically endangered type of cavefish which lives in underground pools in Key Cave, located in northwestern Alabama on the Key Cave National Wildlife Refuge. This is the...

cavefish: Definition from Answers.com

cavefish ( ) n. , pl. cavefish or -fishes . Any of various freshwater fishes of the family Amblyopsidae, found in subterranean waters and having

Endangered Species Guidesheet: Ozark Cavefish

The Ozark cavefish is a small, colorless, blind fish that lives its entire life ... Two other cavefish species are found in Missouri. ...

cavefish - definition of cavefish by the Free Online Dictionary ...

Information about cavefish in the free online English dictionary and encyclopedia. ... Cavefish blinded by gene expression by Brownlee, Christen / Science News ...

Cavefish, Ozark

The cavefish has no eyes, because in the underground streams it inhabits, there ... Ozark cavefish are indicators of environmental health. ...
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