Triturus vulgaris

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Noun1.Triturus vulgaris - small semiaquatic salamanderTriturus vulgaris - small semiaquatic salamander  
newt, triton - small usually bright-colored semiaquatic salamanders of North America and Europe and northern Asia
genus Triturus, Triturus - chiefly aquatic salamanders
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The annual reproductive cycle of the smooth newt (Tri turns vulgaris) in England.
To secure the populations of the Italian crested newt (Triturus carnifex), the smooth newt (Triturus vulgaris), the Italian tree frog (Hyla intermedia), and Hermann s tortoise (Testudo hermanni) with the release (from a temporary breeding centre) of tadpoles and juvenile individuals in the Natura 2000 network site Monte Calvo-Piana di Montenero; and
Bosses called in an entomologist who identified the refugee as a common smooth newt.
Staff spotted the smooth newt crawling about in the reception area of the organisation's office at Newburn Riverside, Newcastle.
The smooth newt is the commonest in Wales, especially in the western uplands.
The flood plain and even old brickyards is the natural habitat for the great crested newt, whereas the smooth newt is much more adaptable.
We conducted a laboratory experiment with two species of European newts, the smooth newt, Triturus vulgaris, and Montandon's newt, T.
Objectives: The aims of the project are: To secure the populations of the Italian crested newt (Triturus carnifex), the smooth newt (Triturus vulgaris), the Italian tree frog (Hyla intermedia), and Hermann s tortoise (Testudo hermanni) with the release (from a temporary breeding centre) of tadpoles and juvenile individuals in the Natura 2000 network site Monte Calvo-Piana di Montenero; and To guarantee the survival of the populations of 12 bat species (Myotis myotis, Myotis blythii, Myotis capaccinii, Miniopterus schreibersii, Rhinolophus euryale, Rhinolophus hipposideros, Rhinolophus ferrumequinum, Eptesicus serotinus, Pipistrellus kuhlii, Nyctalus noctula, Hypsugo savii and Tadarida teniotis).
The common frog is our most frequently found amphibian, followed by common toad, smooth newt and great crested newt.
The six amphibian types living in Wales are the common frog and common toad, natterjack toad, palmate newt, great crested newt and smooth newt.
it into Sadly it away Bosses called in an entomologist who identified the refugee as a common smooth newt.
They include the common frog, common toad, natterjack toad, palmate newt, great crested newt and smooth newt.

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