Necturus


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A fusion of dt 3 and dt 4 (dt 3 + 4, table 3) is present in the proteid Necturus, and an amalgamation of f and i (f + i, table 3) is the standard pattern for the Proteidae (Schaeffer 1941), Amphiumidae (Rabl 1910), and several plethodontid genera with miniaturized limbs (Wake and Elias 1983; Hanken 1985).
Necturus maculosus was not encountered in surveys of ditches on site, nor has it been captured in Cub Lake, the smallest lake in the survey area, or in permanent ponds.
tigrinum tigrinum Eastern tiger salamander X X X Unisexual Ambystoma X X X Plethodontidae Hemidactylium scutatum Four-toed salamander X X Plethodon cinereus Red-backed salanuuulrr X X X Proteidae Necturus maculosus Mudpuppy X Salamandridae Notophthalmus Eastern newt X X X viridescens viridescens Anura Bufonidae Bufo americanus American toad X X X B.
spring salamander H Hemidactylium scutatum Four-toed salamander W Necturus maculosus Common mudpuppy W Notophthalmus v.
Necturus maculosus maculosus (Rafinesque, 1818), Common Mudpuppy (I, II, III, IV)
tigrinum, Hemidactylium scutatum, Plethodon cinereus, Necturus maculosus, Notophtalmus viridescens, Bufo americanus, Hyla chrysoscelis, H.
Conventional PCR was used to determine presence or absence of Bd from skin swab samples collected from Cryptobranchus alleganiensis, the Eastern Hellbender, and Necturus maculosus, the Common Mudpuppy, from water ways throughout Pennsylvania.
1928) SALAMANDERS Necturus maculosus none Ambystoma laterale cplx.
Nearly all unionoideans are dispersed by fish (except for Simpsonaias ambigua which parasitizes the mud puppy, Necturus maculatus), and mussels have very specific geographic distributions limited to one or more drainage basins (van der Schalie, 1939).
Exceptions include apparent waifs and transients noted earlier; Plethodon cinereus, the single terrestrially breeding salamander found on the islands; and Necturus maculosus, which is a lake (rather than island) resident.
CLASS AMPHIBIA Order Caudata (salamanders) Family Cryptobranchidae (hellbenders) Crytobranchus alleganiensis (Daudin) hellbender S Family Proteidae (mudpuppies) Necturus macidosus (Rafinesque), mudpuppy I Family Ambystomatidae (mole salamanders) Ambystoma barbouri Kraus & Petranka, streamside SE salamander A.