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Amphibians

Amphibians

Amphibians. Amphibians. Amphibians. First vertebrates adapted to land environment Preceded onto land by plants, insects, snails ~350 million years ago. Amphibians. Not completely land adapted Structurally between fish & reptiles Most cannot be far removed from water. Amphibians.

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Salamanders!!

Salamanders!!

Salamanders!!. A slideshow for Mr. Schuldt’s Class!. Salamanders are Amphibians . This means that they live on land and in water. Before you can handle a salamander, you should wet your hands, or even wash them. 3. 4. Back to question. Back to question.

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Salamanders

Salamanders

Salamanders. By Lindsay Perkins. A Salamanders body. Salamanders are amphibians They are known to be 4-6 inches Salamanders use their long tails and short legs To walk and swim. Salamanders habitat. Some salamanders live in water Others may live in dark land like a rotten log

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Amphibians Urodela (salamanders, newts) Terrestrial, aquatic: ~550 species

Amphibians Urodela (salamanders, newts) Terrestrial, aquatic: ~550 species

Amphibians Urodela (salamanders, newts) Terrestrial, aquatic: ~550 species Retain tails as adults (paedomorphic character) Fertilization usually internal Anura (frogs, toads) Terrestrial, aquatic: ~5400 species Possess tails as juveniles; not in adults Fertilization usually external

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Headwater Salamanders

Headwater Salamanders

Headwater Salamanders. Photo by Cuyahoga Falls High School, Ohio. Salamanders in PHWH Streams. In the headwaters of watersheds, aquatic to semi-aquatic salamander species replace fish as the primary vertebrate predator functional group. Ohio’s Amphibians web resource click here

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Cave Salamanders, lucifuga

Cave Salamanders, lucifuga

Cave Salamanders, lucifuga. By: Alexis Edwards And Ryan Jones. Colored picture. Description.

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Order Caudata (Salamanders)

Order Caudata (Salamanders)

Order Caudata (Salamanders). Fred Searcy ZOO2010. Order Caudata (L caudatus = tail). Salamanders & Newts 360 species worldwide Temperate, tropical, subtropical Endangered. Structure. Usually < 15cm Japanese giant salamander 1.5 m

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Salamanders Ambystoma maculatum

Salamanders Ambystoma maculatum

Salamanders Ambystoma maculatum. Jake Clauss Ian Fischetti. A. maculatum. Salamander means "Fire lover" Ambystoma = "Blunt mouth“ Maculatum = "Spotted" . How can a salamander regrow its body parts?.

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SALAMANDERS & NEWTS

SALAMANDERS & NEWTS

SALAMANDERS & NEWTS. Order Caudata = tail bearing Salamanders mainly but also includes newts Possess a tail throughout life & have unspecialized legs (2 pairs) Terrestrial salamanders: live on moist forest floor, some in caves = ideal environment

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Salamanders By Kate

Salamanders By Kate

Salamanders By Kate . Table of Contents . Introduction….…………………...page 3 Chapter 1 Habit…………………….page 4 Chapter 2 Birth …………………...page 5 Chapter 3 Size’s…………………. page 6 Chapter 4 Dinner………………..page 7. Introduction. Did you know salamander's can have up to 20-500 egg’s at a time?

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