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European aquatic salamander with permanent external gills that lives in caves

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In addition to determining the lifespan of the cave salamanders, the researchers found that this species becomes sexually mature at around age 16 and lays, on average, 35 eggs every 12.
barbouri), mudpuppy, longtail salamander, cave salamander, hellbender, red salamander, green salamander, ravine salamander, and northern dusky salamander.
In fact, an animal that can live just fine above ground--such as this cave salamander (see photo)--might spend its whole life just inside a cave instead.
Another, Chiropterotriton chiropterus, is probably the most common cave salamander in Central America.
Population fluctuation, dispersion, and diel activity of the cave salamander, Eurycea lucifuga, in selected Tennessee and Kentucky caves.
New host records for endoparasites of the dark-sided salamander, Eurycea longicauda melanopleura and the cave salamander, Eurycea lucifuga (Caudata: Plethodontidae), from two caves in Arkansas, USA.
In addition, research is being conducted on ground water quality, cave salamander distribution, and bat genetics.