dong Wuzhishandong 1 - 五指山洞1

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Nom de la grotte : Wuzhishandong 1 - 五指山洞1
Autres noms : Wushishan cave 1
Province, Préfecture, District :
Yunnan 云南省, Baoshan 保山, Tengchong 腾冲县
Latitude Nord - Longitude Est :
25.73111 - 98.66459
Altitude (m) : 2536
Développement (m) : 26
Profondeur (m) : 52
Profondeur - / + (m) : 52 /
Volume (m3) :
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Wu Shi Shan Cave 1

Length: 25.70 m Depth: - 52.08 m

Coordinates : N25.73111 E98.66459

The cave is located up in the mountain Wu Shi Shan (The Mountain of the five fingers). 2.65 km .NE (in strait line) and about 5 km on road from the Kongshuhe Vill. at 2536 m.a.s.l . The cave is vertical and consisted 2 pits. It is developed on the crossing of fissures with directions NW-SE and W-E . The entrance is elliptical and have dimensions length 4.50 m and width 1.65 m. The first pit (P1) is 21.7 m deep and lead to a ground where starts the second pit (P2) which is 29.30 m deep. In the bottom there is conic mound of clay and gravels. The temperature of the air of the cave is 9.0°C.

Alexey Zhalov edited by, Chinese-bulgarian speleological expedition “Gaolingongshan 2013” in Yunnan province, China. (2016)
Gaoligonshan 2013 Expedition Report - Editors : Alexey Zhalov & Boyan Petrov. Description of the caves: Alexey Zhalov. Photos: Alexey Zhalov, Boyan Petrov, Zhang Fan. Edition of © Bulgarian Caving Society , November 2016.
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This report details the joint Chinese-Bulgarian expedition carried out by members and friends of Bulgarian Caving Society in collaboration with the Yunnan Institute of Geography & China Exploration & Research Society (CERS)- Yunnan branch. The primary aim of the 2013 joint Chinese-Bulgarian expedition was to continue the exploration of caves in Gaoligongshan Mountain and some unexplored adjacent areas in Yunnan Province of China. Six speleologists from Bulgaria and four from China took part in the survey carried between 4 and 14th November 2013. During the expedition 14 caves with total length of 2302.60 m and depth of 379.06 m were studied and mapped. Xian Ren Dong next to MengnuozСen village was the most significant cave explored by the team. Its length was measured to be 1863.70 m. Rich cave-dwelling fauna was collected from 6 of the caves and three species of carabid beetles was proved and described as new to science.

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Alexey Zhalov edited by, Chinese-bulgarian speleological expedition “Gaolingongshan 2013” in Yunnan province, China. (2016)
Gaoligonshan 2013 Expedition Report - Editors : Alexey Zhalov & Boyan Petrov. Description of the caves: Alexey Zhalov. Photos: Alexey Zhalov, Boyan Petrov, Zhang Fan. Edition of © Bulgarian Caving Society , November 2016.
This report details the joint Chinese-Bulgarian expedition carried out by members and friends of Bulgarian Caving Society in collaboration with the Yunnan Institute of Geography & China Exploration & Research Society (CERS)- Yunnan branch. The primary aim of the 2013 joint Chinese-Bulgarian expedition was to continue the exploration of caves in Gaoligongshan Mountain and some unexplored adjacent areas in Yunnan Province of China. Six speleologists from Bulgaria and four from China took part in the survey carried between 4 and 14th November 2013. During the expedition 14 caves with total length of 2302.60 m and depth of 379.06 m were studied and mapped. Xian Ren Dong next to MengnuozСen village was the most significant cave explored by the team. Its length was measured to be 1863.70 m. Rich cave-dwelling fauna was collected from 6 of the caves and three species of carabid beetles was proved and described as new to science.
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BORISLAV GUÉORGUIEV (2015)
Amerizus (Tiruka) gaoligongensis sp. n. (Coleoptera: Carabidae): an endogean adapted representative of the genus. Ecologica Montenegrina ISSN 2336-9744 (online) | ISSN 2337-0173 (print) - Ecol. Mont., 2 (2), 2015, 64-73
We describe and illustrate Amerizus (Tiruka) gaoligongensis sp. n. (type locality: cave Wu Shi Shan 1-2-3, near village Kongshuhe, Tengchong County, Yunnan, China). The species possesses a set of real troglomorphic characters, such as depigmentation of tegument, prolongation of the appendages, microphthalmy, roundness of both pronotum and elytra, and brachyptery. These special features, together with three corporal indexes and peculiarities in the structure of the aedeagus, enable a readily distinction of the new species. Otherwise, A. gaoligongensis seems related to species from the queinneci species-group. Key words: Coleoptera, Carabidae, Bembidiini, Amerizus, new species, China, Yunnan.
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