This page is dedicated to the many animals that inhabit caves. Here are a few photographs of some of them.
Anyone wishing to add more photos to the page is very welcome. If you would like to add more information regarding a particular cave animal - please send me the information and I will add it!
All Photographs are by and © 1995 to Rauleigh Webb except where indicated.
|Click on the picture for a 47Kb JPG photo of a Cave Spider and babies - Identified as Baiami teganaroides by WAM staff.||Click on the picture for a 38Kb JPG photo of a very fast Cave Centipede - Identified as Allothereua lesueurii by WAM Staff|
|Click on the picture for a 32Kb JPG photo of a Close Up of the Spider from the first photograph above. Identified as Baiami teganaroides by WAM staff.||Click on the picture for a 43Kb JPG photo of a number of Ghost Bats (Macroderma gigas). Photo was taken at the University of Queensland by Andrew Robson.|
|Click on the picture for a 20Kb
JPG photo of an incidental (Litoria moorei- not a cave adapted animal) learning SRT
||Click on the picture for a 26Kb JPG photo of crayfish (Cherax sp) taken in Calgardup Cave in the South-West of WA.|
|Click on the picture for a 29Kb
JPG photo of a bat (Chalinolobus gouldii) being
carefully held. The photo was taken during a capture and release program.
Chalinolobus gouldii does not usually occur in caves and is only know