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Noun1.Caudata - salamandersCaudata - salamanders; newts; congo snakes  
animal order - the order of animals
amphibia, class Amphibia - the class of vertebrates that live on land but breed in water; frogs; toads; newts; salamanders; caecilians
urodele, caudate - amphibians that resemble lizards
Ambystomatidae, family Ambystomatidae - New World salamanders
Cryptobranchidae, family Cryptobranchidae - large aquatic salamanders: hellbenders; giant salamanders
Dicamptodontidae, family Dicamptodontidae - large and small highly aquatic salamanders
family Plethodontidae, Plethodontidae - small mostly terrestrial New World salamanders having neither lungs nor gills as adults
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2010: Age, body size, and sexual dimorphism in size and shape in Salamandrella keyserlingii (Caudata: Hynobiidae).
Two were Tailed Spider-orchids Caladenia caudata and the other a Spider-orchid Caladenia sp.
Comparative climbing abilities of the salamanders Aneides aeneus and Plethodon glutinosus (Caudata, Plelhodontidae).
moyesii and its various hybrids, which produce orange hips in the cooler months, while Rosa caudata has flagonshaped hips and Rosa pimpinellifolia produces rich dark hips in chocolate brown through to black.
Brodie Jr., "Partitioning of the salamandrid genus Tylototriton Anderson (Amphibia: Caudata) with a description of a new genus," Herpetologica, vol.
Salinity tolerances allow rapa whelk use of epifaunal habitats bounded by the 10-12 isohalines formerly used by native oyster drills [Urosalpinx cinerea (Say, 1822); Eupleura caudata (Say, 1822)] as juveniles and infaunal habitats with salinities of 15-25 that do not overlap with native whelks (Busycotypus canaliculatus, Busycon carica) as adults.
Patagioenas picazuro (Temminck, 1813), Chiroxiphia caudata (Shaw & Nodder, 1793), Turdus albicollis (Vieillot, 1818) and Coereba flaveola (Linnaeus, 1758) were classified as native-forest specialists.
Field observations on the salamanders (Caudata: Ambystomatidae, Plethodontidae) of Nevado de Toluca, Mexico.
Beside this, Tettigonia caudata (Charpentier, 1842) was constructed as new record for this region.