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Definition of Amphiuma
Amphiuma Am`phi*u"ma ([a^]m`f[i^]*[=u]"m[.a]), n. (Zo["o]l.)
A genus of amphibians, inhabiting the Southern United States,
having a serpentlike form, but with four minute limbs and two
persistent gill openings; the Congo snake.
Meaning of Amphiuma from wikipedia
is a genus
of aquatic salamanders
from the United
States, the only extant genus within
the family Amphiumidae
/æmfɪˈjuːmɪdiː/. They are colloquially...
- three-toed amphiuma
tridactylum, is a species
of aquatic salamander native
to the Southeastern United
States. The three-toed amphiuma looks
- The two-toed amphiuma
means) is a snake-like salamander found chiefly
in the southeastern United
States. It is commonly, but incorrectly, called...
- The one-toed amphiuma
pholeter) is an aquatic, eel-like salamander native
to the southeastern United
States. It was unknown
- over the surface
of the body. Some aquatic
species, such as sirens
, have reduced
hind limbs, giving
them an eel-like appearance...
narrow-mouthed toad Eastern
newt Lesser siren
One-toed amphiuma Frosted flatwoods salamander Reticulated flatwoods salamander Marbled
Paddle-Tail Newt Mole salamander Axolotl Siren Mudpuppy Amphiuma
****bender (Cryptobranchus alleganiensis) Giant salamander
- environmental hypercapnia
in two aquatic
salamanders, Siren lacertina
Physiology. 49 (2): 141–58. doi:10.1016/0034-5687(82)90070-6...
- alligator, aquatic amphibians
(such as ****bender, mudpuppy, three-toed amphiuma
siren), and cambarid crayfish
(such as the red swamp
- foot, but no claws
on either. Some salamanders
have fewer digits
and the amphiumas
are eel-like in appearance
with tiny, stubby
legs. The sirens
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