Urodela


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Urodela

the amphibian order containing newts and salamanders. They usually have a well-developed tail and four limbs, and have a larva with external gills.
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1992: The roles of the visual reaction in the behaviour of an epigean and a cave living population of Euproctus asper Duges (Salamandridae, Urodela).
Reproductive Biology and Phylogeny of Urodela. Science Publishers, Inc.
Salamanders are amphibians and belong to the order Urodela, also called Caudata by some authorities.
The newts and salamanders are in the Family Urodela (which means "with tail").