salamander


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allied to gnomes, nymphs and salamanders, which dwelt, respectively,
if he isn’t burnt and buried in a grave of his own digging, he’s made of salamanders.
On the background of flames twisting in fierce tongues above their heads they seemed at home like salamanders, and looked like a band of desperate pirates.
The Bureau of Reclamation proposes to grant $350,865 to the University of California, Los Angeles, toward its research on landscape resistance and the movement of genes across a distinct range of California tiger salamander populations, and has prepared an Environmental Assessment to disclose potential effects associated with the research.
Salamander species throughout North America are adversely affected by timber harvest (Semlitsch et al.
When Jimi Hendrix, Janis Joplin, and The Who were playing at the Monterey Pop Festival in June 1967, just down the road the Santa Cruz long-toed salamander (Ambystoma macrodactylum croceum) was struggling to survive.
The Chinese giant salamander can grow to be six feet in length.
Cricket McKay is excited to find a long-toed salamander population in her hometown, but then discovers that the salamanders are having trouble migrating from a pond to their hibernation grounds.
In Europe, Bsal infection has led to dramatic declines of fire salamander (Salamandra salamandra) populations in the Netherlands and Belgium (2).
Europe's spookily pale and blind cave salamanders, called olms, include a dark form with what look like functional eyes, Susan Milius reported in "What's odd about a dark, big-eyed salamander" (SN: 4/30/16, p.
That situation has now changed, with a comparative study revealing that Morgan Advanced Materials' Salamander silicon carbide (SiC) crucible performs particularly well in terms of energy consumption.
Chilly rains in late winter or early spring bring several salamander species forth from their underground winter hibernacula in the forest duff to begin their annual migration to small wetland pools where they breed.
M2 EQUITYBITES-January 4, 2016-Zhangjiajie Jinchi Giant Salamander Biological, Zhangjiajie Tourism Group Team on Marketing, Promotion
Buyer: Zhangjiajie (China) Jinchi Giant Salamander Biological Technology Co.
USING SPOTTED SALAMANDER EMBRYOS AS MODELS FOR ASSESSING ENVIRONMENTAL TOXICITY OF HEXAVALENT CHROMIUM.