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Noun1.Batrachoseps - slender salamandersBatrachoseps - slender salamanders      
amphibian genus - any genus of amphibians
family Plethodontidae, Plethodontidae - small mostly terrestrial New World salamanders having neither lungs nor gills as adults
slender salamander, worm salamander - any of several small slim salamanders of the Pacific coast of the United States
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New Species of Slender salamanders, Batrachoseps (Amphibia:Plethodontidae), from the Sierra Nevada of California.
Batrachoseps relictus (Relictual Slender Salamanders) were reported on a beach in California (Moss Landing, Monterey County) under driftwood near the tide line (Licht and others 1975; B Bury, pers.
Batrachoseps pacificus (Cope, 1985)--species account.
Composition and structure of helminth communities of the salamanders, Aneides lugubris, Batrachoseps nigriventris, Ensatina eschscholtzii (Plethodontidae), and Taricha torosa (Salamandridae) from California.
Mites and Collembola are consumed regularly by Batrachoseps attenuatus (Adams, 1968), Eurycea longicauda (Anderson and Martino, 1967), Plethodon cinereus, Desmognathus fuscus, E.
Stomach contents of the salamander Batrachoseps attenuatus in California.
These two processes are directly above each other on Hydromantes and Batrachoseps, indicating that SEKI-20167 is not either of these two genera.
A skeletochonological study of growth and age in relation to adult size in Batrachoseps attenuatus.
Northern and southern clades were identified in Dicamptodon tenebrosus (Coastal Giant Salamander) separated by the Columbia River (Steele and Storfer 2006); the river also seems to have prevented significant migration of Batrachoseps wrighti (Oregon Slender Salamander; Miller and others 2005) and Dicamptodon copei (Cope's Giant Salamander; Steele and Storfer 2007).
We present the first record of a late Pleistocene salamander, Batrachoseps (Plethodontidae; Bolitoglossini) from the Northern Channel Islands.