Francis's anatomy of the salamander, published in 1934, remains one of the standard references in the herpetological and anatomical literature. It covers the anatomy of the European fire salamander, Salamandra salamandra, in 11 detailed chapters including external features, skeleton, muscles, nervous system, vascular system, urogenital system, ductless glands, and the skin and sense organs.
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