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salamander

(săl′ə-măn′dər)
n.
1. Any of various small, tailed amphibians of the order Caudata, having porous scaleless skin and usually two pairs of limbs of equal size, found chiefly in northern temperate regions.
2. A portable stove used to heat or dry buildings under construction.

sal′a·man′drine (-drĭn) adj.
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1993: Life history of the European plethodontid salamander Speleomantes ambrosii (Amphibia, Caudata).
1983, Rubinshtein & Hiznjak 1988, Mann & Harding 2000), similar to the historic distribution of Urosalpin.x cinerea and Eupleura caudata (salinity minimum of 9-12, Zachary & Haven 1973, with preference for salinities greater than 15; Menzel & Nichey 1958), is evaluated.
sp., from the Pacific Northwest, USA (Amphibia: Caudata: Ambystomatidae).
caudata Habito Erecto Erecto Consistencia Cartilaginosa/Suave Suave /Textura Largo maximo 25cm 40cm del talo Diametro del 2-3mm 1-3mm eje principal Ramificacion Subdicotomica a Abundante: irregular subdicotomica, alterna a irregular Pelos Ausentes Presentes No.
In fact, the performed sampling sessions demonstrated that Dinophysis caudata Saville-Kent, Dinophysis mitra (F.
Comparative anatomy and phylogeny of the cloacae of salamanders (Amphibia, Caudata).
caudata, 200 [cm.sup.2] for Gymnogongrus griffithsiae (Turner) Martius and 800 [cm.sup.2] for Chthamalus spp.; at heights 4, 5 and 6 at 100 [cm.sup.2] for Chthamaius spp.
Se colectaron 318 individuos, pertenecientes a 27 especies, las cuales se agrupan en 19 generos, 12 familias y tres ordenes: Anura (85.2%), Caudata (11.1%) y Gymnophiona (3.7%) (Tabla 1).