At that moment, one of the salamander
's braids of hair became unfastened, and a piece of yellow copper which was attached to it, rolled to the ground.
Is a Teton horse a salamander
that he can walk amid fiery flames unhurt, or do you think the Lord will show his might in your behalf, as in the days of old, and carry you harmless through such a furnace as you may see glowing beneath yonder red sky?
She would say, 'Take a salamander
,' as if a general should command a private to catch a Tartar.
"If that will be YOUR married look, I, as a Christian, will soon give up the notion of consorting with a mere sprite or salamander
. But what had you to ask, thing,--out with it?"
Much remains unknown on the microanatomy of the urogenital system in salamanders
, in particular the epididymal complex, and we feel insights from salamander
reproductive anatomy will continue to play a leading roll in our understanding of higher-level salamander
Resulting PCR products from 10 salamanders
were sequenced and compared with the corresponding sequences of the 5 known iridovirus strains by using a BLAST search (http://blast.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/Blast.
were first described by Coenraad Jacob Temminck and Hermann Schlegel in 1838 from a specimen collected near Nashville, Davidson County, Tennessee (Tilley et al.
Although sexual differences in body size have previously been investigated in many species of salamanders
(De Lisle & Rowe 2013), dimorphism in body shape has received much less attention (Malmgren & Thollesson 1999, Kalezic et al.
Ben Tapley, the Zoological Society of London's curator of amphibians, said: "We work closely with Border Force to identify unusual animals, but even I was astonished to see that they were Chinese giant salamanders
- one of the world's most critically endangered amphibians.
The density of terrestrial amphibians, especially salamanders
in the eastern United States, can be exceptionally high (Burton and Likens, 1975b; Davie and Welsh, 2004; Semlitsch et al., 2014).
(genus Rhyacotriton), endemic to the Pacific Northwest of North America, have concealed oviposition sites that are rarely encountered.
Steen's study found that the mythical beast is actually a siren, one of the world's largest salamanders
. The species is scientifically known as Siren reticulate and are found to be completely aquatic.