Cave Dipluran

Cave Dipluran

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Credit: Dant Fenolio/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

Caption: Diplurans are flightless and blind invertebrates. As a group, diplurans broke away from the early insects before insects evolved flight. Many species of dipluran inhabit caves. Bead-like antennae are a key character for the group. This individual (Litocampa species) was photographed in a cave of north-eastern Oklahoma, 2011.

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Keywords: animal, arthropod, cave adaptation, cave creature, cave dwelling, diplura, dipluran, hypogean, invertebrate, litocampa, oklahoma fauna, oklahoman wildlife, subterranean, troglobitic, troglomorphosm, underground fauna

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