Chinese Cave Cricket

Chinese Cave Cricket

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Credit: Dant Fenolio/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

Caption: Cave crickets are common inhabitants of subterranean systems in North America, but they can be found elsewhere as well. China has a variety of species, some of which are truly blind and have little pigment. This individual (Ceuthophilus species) was photographed in Guangxi, China, 2011.

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Keywords: animal, arthropod, arthropoda, cave cricket, cave fauna, cave formation, ceuthophilus, chinese cave fauna, geology, guangxi, hypogean invertebrate, insect, invertebrate, rhaphidophoroidea, speleothem, stalactite, subterranean species, troglobite, troglobitic

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