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  • Salamander - Wikipedia

    Spotted salamander, Ambystoma maculatum: Scientific classification; Kingdom: Animalia: Phylum: Chordata: Class: Amphibia: Clade: Caudata: Order: Urodela ...

  • Salamander - FbD

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  • Salamander (TV Series 2012–2018) - IMDb

    The origins of Salamander are revealed, and also what happened to the money in 44, Wolfs knocks out Gerardi but ends up being grateful to him as he saves his life ...

  • Salamander - definition of salamander by The Free Dictionary

    But clear Truth is a thing for salamander giants only to encounter; how small the chances for the provincials then?

  • Salamanders in folklore and legend - Wikipedia

    The salamander is an amphibian of the order Urodela which, as with many real creatures, often has been ascribed fantastic and sometimes occult qualities by pre-modern ...

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  • Salamander - The Canadian Encyclopedia

    Salamander is a common name for most members of the tailed amphibia (order Caudata). About 410 species are known worldwide; 21 are native to Canada.

  • Salamander - New World Encyclopedia

    Salamander is the common term for any member of the order Caudata (also called Urodela) of the class Amphibia. Although lizard-like in external appearance ...

  • Southwest Region - Austin, TX ES Field Office

    All four salamander species are entirely aquatic and depend on water from the Edwards Aquifer in sufficient quantity and quality to meet their life history ...

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