Gymnophiona


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Related to Gymnophiona: order Gymnophiona
  • noun

Synonyms for Gymnophiona

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We concluded that state 0 was the state possessed by the ancestor to salamanders, as this morphology is identical to that described by Wake (1970) for Gymnophiona.
We concluded that state 0 was the state possessed by the ancestor to salamanders, as collecting ducts that anastomose before communication with the Wolffian duct or cloaca have never been described in Gymnophiona (Wake, 1970) or Anura (Bhaduri, 1953; Bhaduri and Basu, 1957).
We concluded that state 0 was the state possessed by the ancestor to salamanders, as collecting ducts that communicate with the cloaca have not been identified in Gymnophiona (Wake, 1970) or Anura (Bhaduri, 1953; Bhaduri and Basu, 1957).
In both Gymnophiona and Anura the presence and absence of a Mullerian duct is polymorphic.
Dentro del orden Anura, la familia mejor representada en cuanto a numero de generos fue Bufonidae con cuatro (Atelopus, Andinophryne, Rhaebo y Rhinella), seguida de Hylidae con tres (Hyloscirtus, Hypsiboas y Smilisca) y Centrolenidae con dos (Hyalinobatrachium y Teratohyla); para el resto de las familias se reporta un solo genero; para el orden Caudata reportamos dos generos (Bolitoglossa y Oedipina) y para Gymnophiona uno (Caecilia).
Smilisca phaeota Leptodactylidae Leptodactylus ventrimaculatus Microhylidae Ranidae Nelsonophryne aterrima Lithobates vaillanti Pristimantis achatinus Strabomantidae Pristimantis labiosus Caudata Pristimantis latidiscus Pristimantis parvillus Plethodontidae Bolitoglossa biseriata Bolitoglossa medemi Oedipina parvipes Gymnophiona Caeciliidae Caecilia guntheri TOTAL 12 27 Orden Ind.