Amphipods / Harvestmen / Pseudoscorpions / Spiders / Beetles
Primarily karst-dwelling species of the following Central
Bexar, Comal, Hays, Travis & Williamson Co.
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|Stygobromus (=Stygonectes) pecki (background)||Peck's Cave Amphipod||Comal Co.|
|Gammarus hyalelloides||Diminutive amphipod||Jeff Davis Co.
|Gammarus pecos||Pecos amphipod||Pecos and Reeves Counties
|Texella reddelli (Recovery Plan)||Bee Creek Cave Harvestman||Occurs in six caves in Travis Co.|
|Texella reyesi (Recovery Plan)||Bone Cave Harvestman||Occurs in over 115 caves in Travis, Williamson Co.|
|Texella cokendolpheri (background)||Robber Baron Cave Harvestman||Occurs in two caves in Bexar Co.|
|Tartarocreagris texana (Recovery Plan)||Tooth Cave Pseudoscorpion||Occurs in four caves in Travis Co.|
|Neoleptoneta microps (background)||Government Canyon Bat Cave spider||Known from two caves, Bexar Co.|
|Leptoneta myopica (Recovery Plan)||Tooth Cave Spider||Occurs in four caves in Travis Co.|
|Cicurina madla (background)||Madla Cave meshweaver||Known from six caves, Bexar Co.|
|Cicurina baronia (background)||Robber Baron Cave meshweaver||Known only from Robber Baron Cave, Bexar Co.|
|Cicurina venii (background)||Braken Bat Cave meshweaver||Known from only one cave, Bexar Co.|
|Cicurina vespera (background)||Government Canyon Bat Cave meshweaver||Found in two caves, Bexar Co.|
|Nicrophorus americanus (background)||American Burying Beetle||AR, KS, MA, NE, OH, OK, RI, SD, TX|
|Batrisodes texanus (Recovery Plan)||Coffin Cave Mold Beetle||Known from four caves in Williamson Co.|
|Batrisodes venyivi (background)||Helotes Mold Beetle||Known from only three caves in Bexar Co.|
|Texamaurops reddelli (Recovery Plan)||Kretschmarr Cave Mold Beetle||Known from six caves in Travis Co.|
|Stygoparnus comalensis (background) (pic)||Comal Springs Dryopid Beetle||Comal Springs and Fern Bank Springs, Hays Co.|
|Heterelmis comalensis (background)||Comal Springs Riffle Beetle||Comal Springs and San Marcos Spring, Hays Co.|
|Rhadine persephone (Recovery Plan)||Tooth Cave Ground Beetle||Known from 45 caves in Travis and Williamson counties|
|Rhadine exilis (background)||Ground Beetle, [unnamed]||Known from 35 caves in Bexar Co.|
|Rhadine infernalis (background)||Ground Beetle, [unnamed]||Known from 25 caves in Bexar Co.|
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