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WordNet 3.0Copyright Princeton University


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n. - A family of amphibians (order Caudata) that comprises forms with a long row of prevomerine teeth

Usage examples (4)
  • The hotspot is a center of endemism for two amphibian families: the Discoglossidae and the Salamandridae.
  • The hotspot's 23 species of Salamandridae account for over a third of the world's representatives from this family.
  • About two thirds of all species of the family Salamandridae are commonly called "newts", compromising the following genera:
  • Any of various small salamanders family Salamandridae that are usually semiaquatic as adults for more
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