Ambystomatidae


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Related to Ambystomatidae: tiger salamander, Ambystoma tigrinum
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Synonyms for Ambystomatidae

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Life history aspects of the Mexican salamander Ambystoma rosaceum (Amphibia, urodela, Ambystomatidae).
Geographic variation and systematics of salamanders of the genus Dicamptodon Strauch (Ambystomatidae).
E O T 0 0 Centrarchidae Micropterus E C M 0 1 salmoides Ambystomatidae Ambystoma N C S 1 1 dumerilii * Family Species 1950s 1990s 2000s 2010s Cyprinidae Algansea lacustris 1 1 1 1 Cyprinus carpio 0 1 1 1 Ctenopharyngodon 0 1 1 0 idella Goodeidae Allotoca dugesii 1 1 1 0 Allotoca diazi 1 1 1 1 Alloophorus 1 1 1 1 robustus Goodea atripinnis 1 1 1 1 Skiffia lermae 1 1 0 0 Atherinopsidae Chirostoma spp.
The pelvic kidney is composed of nephrons that function in urine formation, and possibly as secondary sexual characteristics in some salamanders (i.e., the Ambystomatidae, Plethodontidae, and Salamandridae; Aron, 1924; Adams, 1940; Norris, 1987; Siege; et al., 2010; Siegel et ai., in press).
tigrinum and Ambystoma laterale (Caudata: Ambystomatidae) from southern Michigan.
Species expected Common name F R M N Caudata Ambystomatidae Ambystoma jefjersonianum Jefferson's salamander X X A.
A similar malformation has now been observed in a captive population of salamanders in the family Ambystomatidae. The purpose of this paper is to provide descriptions of the morphology of the bone malformations, observed through x-ray analysis, of "Spindly-Leg Syndrome" and several other malformations occurring in these populations.
Two species of salamanders that occur in South Dakota are very distantly related and represent two families, Ambystomatidae and Proteidae.
Spotted salamanders are members of the mole family of salamanders, Ambystomatidae. Ambystoma maculatum is native to the eastern regions of the US ranging from Maine to Georgia extending west to Missouri and eastern Texas.
These include representatives of three frog families (Bufonidae, Hylidae, Ranidae) and three salamander families (Ambystomatidae, Plethodontidae, Salamandridae).
When molecules and morphology clash: a phylogenetic analysis of the north American ambystomatid salamanders (Caudata: Ambystomatidae).
Range and natural history of the ringed salamander, Ambystoma annulalum Cope (Ambystomatidae).
Ex situ reproduction in Ambystoma granulosum and Ambystoma lermaense (Amphibia: Ambystomatidae)
A PHYLOGENY FOR THE SALAMANDER FAMILY AMBYSTOMATIDAE BASED ON A NUCLEAR MARKER.