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The Alabama cave shrimp is a rare, troglobitic cave shrimp that survives in only two of its three known locations. The population in its type locality, Shelta Cave, has not been seen since the early 1970s. Population levels in Bobcat Cave and the HGB (R. Blackwood, pers. comm. 2006) Cave system appear to be low but stable. The status of the newly identified population in Muddy Cave is unknown. -- Authors Open Access - Permission by Author(s) See Extended description for more information.
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"Alabama cave shrimp, palaemonias alabamae, 5-year review: summary and evaluation" (2008). KIP Data Sets and Technical Reports. 5.