|Belmont and Drip Cave|
|Location||Trelawny Parish, Jamaica|
|Depth||75 metres (246 ft)|
|Length||305 metres (1,001 ft)|
Like many caves in Jamaica, Belmont is a major bat roost. The bat guano in turn supports a large invertebrate population of troglobite cockroaches (Nelipophygus), cave crickets, flies and cave spiders, as well as being home to the frog Eleutherodactylus cundalli.
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