Biology of Subterranean Fishes by Eleonora Trajano, Maria Elina Bichuette, B.G. Kapoor
English | 2010 | ISBN: 1578086701 | 460 pages | PDF | 20,7 MB
In most habitats, adaptations are the single most obvious aspects of an organism’s phenotype. However, the most obvious feature of many subterranean animals are losses, not adaptations. Even Darwin saw subterranean animals as degenerates: examples of eyelessness and loss of structure in general.