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Troglofauna

Troglofauna are air-breathing terrestrial animals that live underground in caves and smaller air-filled voids (meso-caverns) beneath the ground.

Typical troglofauna include species of spiders and other arachnids, millipedes, beetles, crickets, cockroaches, and bats.

Troglofauna often need to be considered as a factor in environmental assessment and approval for development projects.

Troglofauna
Troglofauna Field Sampling

Subterranean Ecology provides a full complement of scientific and environmental services for troglofauna, including:

  • Field Surveys & Monitoring
  • Specimen Identification
  • Analysis & Interpretation
  • Impact Assessments for Environmental Approvals
  • Desktop Studies & Reviews
  • Reporting & Publications