What are trogloxenes?

Some articles on trogloxenes:

Trogloxene
... Trogloxenes (if in terrestrial environment referred to as trogloxenes, in aquatic environment, referred to as stygoxenes) are species which live close to caves or at the very entrance of the cave ... reticulated pythons, rats, bats, bears, raccoons and humans are considered to be trogloxenes ...
Speleology - Cave Biology
... Trogloxenes cave guests Frequents caves, and may require caves for a portion of its life cycle, but must return to the surface (or a parahypogean zone) for at least some portion of its life ... There are also so-called accidental trogloxenes which are surface organisms that enter caves for no survival reason ... One major source of energy and nutrients in caves is dung from trogloxenes, the majority of which is deposited by bats ...
Cave - Ecology
... in caves, but also occur in other environments), trogloxenes (species that use caves, but cannot complete their life cycle fully in caves) and accidentals (animals not in one of the previous categories) ... such as the Gray bat and Mexican Free-tailed Bat, are trogloxenes and are often found in caves they forage outside of the caves ... Some species of cave crickets are classified as trogloxenes, because they roost in caves by day and forage above ground at night ...