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Synonyms for caudate

a tail-shaped basal ganglion located in a lateral ventricle of the brain

amphibians that resemble lizards

having a tail or taillike appendage

(of a leaf shape) tapering gradually into a long taillike tip

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Cypress/gum swamps supported more caudate species than cypress savannas, while more larval anurans were found within marshes than in cypress/gum swamps and cypress savannas.
Abundant habitat exists on the site for pond breeding caudates of the genus Ambystoma, which utilize ephemeral (and hence largely fish-free) bodies of water like those that exist in many of the flooded forest areas in KMWA.
He reported 15 amphibian species (7 caudates, 8 anurans) from his 6 Franklin Township sites.
Two caudates, Hemidactylium scutatum and Plethodon cinereus, are known to occur in the townships we surveyed, but they were not found at KMWA by either Allen (1963) or us.
Those that were found at 4 sites were 2 caudate species (Ambystoma texanum, Plethodon electromorphus [formerly P.