Bibliography of Oklahoma Cave Fauna




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Bibliography of Oklahoma Cave Fauna
Bass, D. 2000. A preliminary study of macroinvertebrates from two springs in Pontotoc Ridge Preserve, Oklahoma. Proceedings of the Oklahoma Academy of Sciences 80: 105-109. (didn’t find Allocrangonyx pellucidus)
Black, J. H. 1969. A cave dwelling population of Ambystoma tigrinum mavortium in Oklahoma. J. Herpetol. 3:183-184.
Black, J. 1971. The cave life of Oklahoma. A preliminary study (excluding Chiroptera). Oklahoma Underground 4(1-2):2-53. Central Oklahoma Grotto.
Black, J. H. 1973. A checklist of the cave fauna of Oklahoma: Amphibia. Proceedings of the Oklahoma Academy of Science 53:33-37.
Black, J. H. 1969a. Notes on tiger salamanders. Oklahoma Underground 2(2):48- 50.
Black, J. H., & T.L. Best. 1972. Remains of a Gray Wolf (Canis lupus) from northwestern Oklahoma. POAS 53:33-7.
Black, J. H. 1973a. A checklist of the cave fauna of Oklahoma: Amphibia. Proceedings of the Oklahoma Academy of Sciences 53(1):33-7. $
Black, J. H. 1973b. A checklist of the cave fauna of Oklahoma: corrections in the order Amphipoda. Oklahoma Underground 6(1):15-7.
Black, J. H. 1974a. Notes on Plethodon ouachitae in Oklahoma. Proceedings of the Oklahoma Academy of Sciences 54:88-89.
Black, J. H. 1974b. Bat band reports. Oklahoma Underground 6(2):45-46.
Black, J. H. 1974c. A checklist of the cave fauna of Oklahoma: Reptilia. NSSB 36(3):23-4.
Black, J. H., and W. L. Puckette. 1974c. The Ouachita Salamander in Oklahoma caves. OU 6(2):15-6.
Black, Jeffrey Howard. 1975. A checklist of the cave fauna of Oklahoma: Reptilia. (Abstract). Hard Hat News 1(2):8.

Blair, A. 1939. Records of the salamander Typhlotriton. Copeia 2:108-109.


Blair, A.P. 1951a. Winter activity in Oklahoma frogs. Copeia 1951 (2):178.

Blair, Albert P. 1952. Notes on amphibians from Oklahoma and North Dakota. Copeia 1952(2):114-115.


Brandon, R. A. 1966. A reevaluation of the status of the salamander, Typhlotriton nereus Bishop. Copeia, 1966(3):555-561.
Branson, B. A. 1958. Fourteen additions to the known spider fauna of Oklahoma. Proceedings of the Oklahoma Academy of Sciences 38:60-61.
Branson, B. A. 1967. Fishes of the Neosho River System in Oklahoma. American Midland Naturalist 78(1):126-154.
Branson, B. A. 1968. Distributional notes on Oklahoma spiders with additions to and annotations on the known fauna. Proceedings of the Oklahoma Academy of Science 47:48-53.
Brown, A. V., and S. Todd. 1987. Status review of the threatened Ozark cavefish (Amblyopsis rosae). Proceedings of the Arkansas Academy of Science 41:99-100.
Chase, H. D. and A. P. Blair. 1937. Two new blind amphipods from northeastern Oklahoma. American Midland Naturalist 18: 220-224. (Caecidotea macropropoda and C. ozarkana)
Curtis, N.M., Jr. 1959. Caves in the Arbuckle Mountain area, Oklahoma. Oklahoma Geol. Surv., Oklahoma Geol. Notes 19(2):20-31.
George R. Cline, and Renn Tumlison. 2001. Distribution and Relative Abundance of the Oklahoma Salamander (Eurycea tynerensis) Proc. Okla. Acad. Sci. 81:1-10. : 28 localities in five Oklahoma counties — Adair, Cherokee, Delaware, Mayes, Ottawa; In Arkansas, animals were collected at eight sites in Benton County; in Missouri at 40 sites in Barry, McDonald, Newton, Stone, and Taney counties
Fleming, L. E. 1972. Four new species of troglobitic asellids (Crustecea: Isopoda) from the United States. Proceedings of the Biological Society of Washington 84: 489-500.
Harrel, R. 1959. A preliminary report on the invertebrate animals of Wild Woman Cave. Proceedings of the Oklahoma Academy of Sciences 60: 29-34.
Harrel, R. 1962. Further notes on invertebrate animals of Wild Woman Cave, Murray County, Oklahoma. Proceedings of the Oklahoma Academy of Sciences 63: 129-131.

Hobbs, H. H. Jr. and M. R. Cooper. 1972. A new troglobitic crayfish from Oklahoma (Decapoda: Astacidae). Proceedings of the Biological Society of Washington 85: 49-56.


Holsinger, J. R. 1971. A new species of subterranean amphipod genus Allocrangonyx (Gammaridae), with a redescription of the genus and remarks on its zoogeography. International Journal of Speleology 3: 319-327. (A. pellucidus and A. hubrichti)
Hubricht, L. ??. Studies in the Nearctic freshwater Amphipoda III. Notes on the freshwater Amphipoda of Eastern United States, with descriptions of ten new species. American Midland Naturalist 29: 683-712.
Hubricht, L. and J. G. Mackin. 1938. Records of species of isopods in central and southern united States, with descriptions of four new species of Mancasellus and Asellus (Asellota, Asellidae). American Midland Naturalist 19: 628-637.
Hubricht, L. and J. G. Mackin. 1940. Descriptions of nine new species of fresh-water amphipod crustaceans with notes and new localities for other species. American Midland Naturalist 23: 187-218.
Hubricht, L. 1950. The invertebrate fauna of Ozark caves. Bulletin of the National Speleological Society 12:16-17.
Hyman, L. H. North American triclad Turbellaria. X. Additional species of cave planarians. Transactions of the American Microscopical Society 58: 276-284.
Kawakatsu, M., C. C. Vaughn and R. W. Mitchell. 1995. Dendrocoelopsis americana (Hyman, 1939) from Christian School Cave, the Ozark Plateau, Oklahoma, U.S.A. (Turbellaria, Seriata, Tricladida, Paludicola). Bulletin Fuji Women’s College 33: 71-78.
Kohls, G. M. 1954. New distributional records for Trichobius corynorhini (Diptera: Streblidae). Wasman Joutnal of Biology 12: 27-28.
Levengood, C. A. 1939 or 1940?. Some notes on the cave flatworm, Sorocelis americana. Proceedings of the Oklahoma Academy of Sciences 20: 33-34.
Mackin, J. G. 1935. Studies of the Crustacea of Oklahoma, III. Subterranean amphipods of the genera Niphargus and Boruta. Transactions of the Microscopical Society 54: 41-51.
Mackin, J. G. 1939. A key to the Oklahoma species of the family Asellidae. Proceedings of the Oklahoma Academy of Sciences 20:17-18.
Mackin, J. G., and L. Hubricht. 1940. Descriptions of seven new species of Caecidotea (Isopoda, Asellidae) from Central United States. Transactions of the American Microscopical Society 59: 383-397.
Mackin, J.G. 1935. Studies on the Crustacea of Oklahoma, III, subterranean amphipods of the genera Niphargus and Boruta. TAMS 54(1):41-51.
Mackin, J.G. 1940. A key to the Oklahoma species of the family Asellide. Proceedings of the Oklahoma Academy of Sciences 20: 17-18.
Mackin, J.G. 1941. A key to the species of Amphipoda of Oklahoma. Proceedings of the Oklahoma Academy of Sciences 21:29-30.
Mayden, R.L. & F.B. Cross. 1983. Reevaluation of Oklahoma records of the southern cavefish Typhlichthys subterraneus Girard (Amblyopsidae). SN 28:471-3.
Oklahoma Baptist University Speleology Class. 1974. Caves of Seminole County, Oklahoma. Oklahoma Underground, 6(2):53-64.
Oklahoma Baptist University Speleology Class. 1974. Caves of the Arbuckle Mountains, Murray County, Oklahoma. Oklahoma Underground, 6(2):65-74..
Oklahoma Baptist University Speleology Class. 1974. Horseshoe Cave. A cave of Woodward County, Oklahoma. Oklahoma Underground, 6(2):75-79.
Oklahoma Dept. Wildlife Conservation. 1990. Hydrogeology of Ozark cavefish caves. OK City, O”K: OK Dept. Wildlife Conserv. 73 pp.
Oklahoma Dept. Wildlife Conservation. 1990. Survey and species determinations of cave crayfish in Oklahoma. OK City, O”K: OK Dept. Wildlife Conserv. 11 pp.
Shahan, Sharon, et al. 1974. Caves of Seminole County, Oklahoma. Oklahoma Underground 6(2):53-64; 1981 rpt. SD (1974):130-3.
McAllister, C. T., R. M. Shelley, and J. T. McAllister III. 2002. Millipeds (Arthropoda: Diplopoda) of the Ark-La-Tex, Part II: distributional records for some species of western and central Arkansas and eastern and southeastern Oklahoma. Journal of the Arkansas Academy of Sciences 56:95-98.
Nicholas, B. G. ??. Checklist of macroscopic troglobitic organisms of the United States. American Midland Naturalist 64: 123-160.
Peck, S. B. and D. R. Russell. 1976. Life history of the fungus gnat Macrocera nobilis in American caves (Diptera: Mycetophilidae). Canadian Entomologist 108: 1235-1241.
Reisen, W. K. 1975. The ecology of Honey Creek, Oklahoma: spatial and temporal distributions of the macroinvertebrates. Proceedings of the Oklahoma Academy of Science 55:25-31.
Sanderson, M. W. 1939. A new cave beetle of the subgenus Adelops from Oklahoma. J. Kans. Entomol. Soc. 12(4):121-122.
Schaefer, K. F., and W. A. Drew. 1964. The Heteroceridae (Coleoptera) of Oklahoma. Proceedings of the Oklahoma Academy of Sciences 45:69-71.
Thompson, J. N. 1970. Cave fauna of Oklahoma. I. Bibliography excluding Chiroptera. Proceedings of the Oklahoma Academy of Sciences 49:102-104.
Van Name, W. G. 1940. Article II: a supplement to the American land and fresh-water isopod Crustacea. Bulletin of the American Museum of Natural History 77:109-142.
Van Name, W. G. 1942. Article VIII: a second supplement to the American land and fresh-water isopod Crustacea. Bulletin of the American Museum of Natural History 80:299-329.
Proceedings of the Arkansas Academy of Science 41: 99﷓100.
Chase, H. D., and A. P. Blair. 1937. Two new blind isopods from northeastern Oklahoma. American Midland Naturalist 18:220-224.
Christiansen, K. 2003. Unpublished data. Personal communication with Graening. Grinnell College, Grinnell, Iowa.
Christiansen, K., and P. Bellinger. 1996. Cave Pseudosinella and Onocopodura new to science. Journal of Cave and Karst Studies 58(1):38-53.
Clark, B., and B. Clark. 1995. Annual Report. Southeastern State University, Durant, Oklahoma.
Clark, B., and B. Clark. 1996. Annual Report. Southeastern State University, Durant, Oklahoma.
Cooley, R. A., and G. M. Kohls. 1941. Three new species of Ornithodoros (Acarina: Ixodoidea). Publ. Health Rep. 56(12):587-594.
Dearolf 1953:226
Dearolf 1953:226
Graening, G. O., and M. E. Slay. 2004. Unpublished data. Ozark Subterranean Biodiversity Project Database. The Nature Conservancy, Fayetteville, Arkansas.
Graening, G., et al. Range extension and status update of the Oklahoma Cave Crayfish, Cambarus tartarus (Decapoda: Cambaridae), endemic to three cave streams in Oklahoma. Submitted to Southwestern Naturalist.
Hall, G. 1956. Additions to the fish fauna of Oklahoma with a summary of introduced species. Southwestern Naturalist 1(1):16-26.
Harrel, R. C. 1960. A preliminary report on the invertebrate animals of Wild Woman Cave. Proceedings of the Oklahoma Academy of Science 40:29-34.
Harrel, R. C. 1963. Further notes on the invertebrate animals of Wild Woman Cave, Murray Co., Oklahoma. Proceedings of the Oklahoma Academy of Science 43:129-131.
Harrel, R. C. 1965. Eighteen additions to the spider fauna of Oklahoma. Proceedings of the Oklahoma Academy of Science 45:64-66.
Hobbs III, H. 1993. Cambarus (Jugicambarus) subterraneus, a new cave crayfish (Decapoda: Cambaridae) from northeastern Oklahoma, with a key to the troglobitic members of the subgenus Jugicambarus. Proc. Biol. Soc. Wash. 106(4):719-727.
Hobbs, H. H., Jr., and T. Barr, Jr. 1960. The origins and affinities of the troglobitic crayfishes of North America (Decapoda, Astacidae). I. The Genus Cambarus. American Midland Naturalist 64(1):12-33.
Hobbs Jr., H., and M. Cooper. 1972. A new troglobitic crayfish from Oklahoma (Decapoda: Astacidae). Proceedings of the Biological Society of Washington 85(3):49-56.
Holsinger, J. R. 1971. A new species of the subterranean amphipod genus Allocrangonyx (Gammaridae), with a redescription of the genus and remarks on its zoogeography. International Journal of Speleology 3:317-331.
Holsinger, J. 2003. Unpublished data, Amphipod Database. Old Dominion University, Norfolk, Virginia.
Hougardy, D. 1980. Man-made environmental disturbances and the effects on the fauna of Twin Caves, Delaware County, Oklahoma. Thesis, Northeastern State University.
Howard, B. 2002. Unpublished data, personal communications. Cave Files, Tulsa Regional Oklahoma Grotto, National Speleological Society. Tulsa, Oklahoma.
Howden, H. F., and O. L. Cartwright. 1963. Scarab beetles of the genus Onthophagus Latreille north of Mexico (Coleoptera: Scarabaeidae). Proc. U. S. Natl. Mus. 114:1-135.
Hubbel, T. H. 1936. A monographic revision of the genus Ceuthophilus (Orthoptera, Gryllacrididae, Rhaphidophorinae). Unvi. Florida Publ. Biological Sci. Series Volume II, Number 1. 551 pp.
Hubricht, L. 1943. Studies in the nearctic freshwater Amphipoda, III. Notes on the freshwater Amphipoda of eastern United States, with descriptions of ten new species. American Midland Naturalist 29:683-712.
Hyman, L. H. 1939. North American triclad turbellaria X. Additional species of cave planarians. Transactions of the American Microscopic Society 58(3):276-284.
Lewis, J. J. 1982. Caecidotea teresae, n. sp., and C. macropropoda Chase and Blair (Crustacea: Isopoda: Asellidae). Proceedings of the Biological Society of Washington 95: 338-346.
Lewis, J. J. 2002. Chaetaspis aleyorum, a new species of milliped from Tumbling Creek Cave, Missouri, with a synopsis of the cavernicolous species of Chaetaspis (Diplopoda: Polydesmida). Myriapodologica 7(11):101-111.
Looney, J. 1969. Duncan Field cave system - Oklahoma's amazing maze. NSS News 27(7):95-100.
Looney, M. 1975. Cambarus tartarus: January River’s blind crayfish. Oklahoma Underground 7(2):13-14.
Mackin, J. G. 1935. Studies on the crustacea of Oklahoma, III: subterranean amphipods of the genus Niphargus and Boruta. Trans. Amer. Microscop. Society 54:41-51.
Mackin, J. G., and L. Hubricht. 1940. Descriptions of seven new species of Caecidotea (Isopoda, Asellidae) from central United States. Transactions of the American Microscopical Society 59(3):383-397.
Mayden, R. L., and F. B. Cross. 1983. Reevaluation of Oklahoma records of the southern cavefish Typhlichthys subterraneus Girard (Amblyopsidae). Southwestern Naturalist 28(4):471-473.
Mehlhop-Cifelli, P. 1990. A survey and species determinations of cave crayfish (Cambarus spp.) in Oklahoma.. Report for the Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation. Project E-5-1, No. N-200680. Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. 68 pp.
Moore, G. A., and W. J. Carter. 1942. A new record for Eurycea lucifuga in Oklahoma. Copeia 1942(1):52.
Nickel, P. A., and M. F. Hansen. 1967. Helminths of bats collected in Kansas, Nebraska, and Oklahoma. American Midland Naturalist 78(2):481-486.

Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation. 1998. Report of September 26, Management and Cave Protection for the Ozark Big Eared Bat.


Oklahoma Field Office, The Nature Conservancy. 2002. Unpublished data. Tulsa, Oklahoma
Oklahoma Natural Heritage Inventory. 2001. Natural Heritage database query. Oklahoma Biological Survey, University of Oklahoma, Norman, Oklahoma.
Puckette, W. 1986. The impact of the operation of Grand Lake on the gray bat and Ozark cavefish: a brief survey. Report for Benham-Holway Power Group. Tulsa, Oklahoma. 21 pp.

Puckette, W. 2002. Unpublished data. Personal communication. Poteau High School, Poteau, Oklahoma.


Reddell, J. R. 1970. A checklist of the cave fauna of Texas. IV: Additional records of Invertebrata (Exclusive of Insecta). Texas J. Sci. 21(4):389-415.
Sanderson, M. W. 1939. A new cave beetle of the subgenus Adelops from Oklahoma. J. Kansas. Entomol. Soc. 12(4):121-122.
Schaefer, K. F., and W. A. Drew. 1965. The Heteroceridae (Coleoptera) of Oklahoma. Proceedings of the Oklahoma Academy of Science 48:49-56.
Shear, W. 2003. The milliped family Trichopetalidae, Part 1: Introduction and Genera Trigenotyla Causey, Nannopetalum n. gen., and Causeyella n. gen. (Diplopoda: Chordeumatida, Cleidogonoidea). Zootaxa 321:1-36.
Smith, H. M. 1934. Notes on some bat-flies of southern Kansas and northern Oklahoma. J. Kansas. Entomol. Soc. 7(1):62-64.
Tafanelli, R., and J. Russell. 1972. A extension of the range of the blind cavefish Amblyopsis rosae (Eigenmann). Southwestern Naturalist 17(3):310.
U. S. Fish and Wildlife Service. 1995. Ozark Big-eared Bat (Plecotus townsendii ingens [Handley]) Revised Recovery Plan. Tulsa , Oklahoma. 51 pp.
U. S. Fish and Wildlife Service, 2002. Unpublished data. Cave files, Steve Hensley, data managers. Ecological Services, U. S. Fish and Wildlife, Tulsa, Oklahoma.
Vaughn, C., and D. Certain. 1992a. Inventory for rare aquatic invertebrate species in Oklahoma caves of the Ozark Plateau. Oklahoma Natural Heritage Inventory, Oklahoma Biological Survey. University of Oklahoma, Norman, Oklahoma. 13 pp. + appendix.
Vaughn, C., and D. Certain. 1992b. Survey and species determination of cave crayfish in Oklahoma. Federal Aid Project E-5. Final Report, Section 6, Endangered Species Act. Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation.
Willis, L. D. 1984. Distribution and habitat requirements of the Ozark cavefish, Amblyopsis rosae. Masters Thesis, University of Arkansas, Fayetteville, Arkansas.
Willis, L. D., and A. V. Brown. 1985. Distribution and habitat requirements of the Ozark cavefish (Amblyopsis rosae). American Midland Naturalist 114(2):311-317.

Zeve, V. H. 1960. Additional records on ectoparasitic insects on bats in Oklahoma. Proceedings of the Oklahoma Academy of Science 40:52-56.


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