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Crocodile Newts The Genera Echinotriton and Tylototriton

Flora / Fauna
By: Axel Hernandez(Author), Fei Liang(Preface By)
415 pages, 607 colour photos, 28 colour distribution maps
Publisher: Edition Chimaira
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This monograph presens the crocodile newts, a group of primitive salamanders, of Asia, covering the genera Echinotriton and Tylototriton. It features information about biology and systematics, but also about husbandry of these amphibians.

Contents

- Preface by Liang Fei
- Acknowledgements
- Travel notes from southern Asia
- The Primitive Salamandridae of Asia
- Mass extinction of salamanders around the world
- Systematics
- including a Phylogeny of the primitive Salamandridae of Asia
- Keeping crocodile newts
- Echinotriton maxiquadratus
- Echinotriton chinhaiensis
- Echinotriton andersoni
- Tylototriton verrucosus
- Tylototriton shanjing
- Tylototriton pulcherrimus
- Tylototriton anguliceps
- Tylototriton podichthys
- Tylototriton uyenoi
- Tylototriton yangi
- Tylototriton shanorum
- Tylototriton himalayanus
- Tylototriton kweichowensis
- Tylototriton taliangensis
- Tylototriton pseudoverrucosus
- Supraspecies asperrimus
- Tylototriton asperrimus
- Tylototriton hainanensis
- Tylototriton notialis
- Tylototriton ziegleri
- Supraspecies wenxianensis
- Tylototriton wenxianensis
- Tylototriton dabienicus
- Tylototriton broadoridgus
- Tylototriton lizhengchangi
- Tylototriton liuyangensis
- Tylototriton vietnamensis
- Tylototriton panhai

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Flora / Fauna
By: Axel Hernandez(Author), Fei Liang(Preface By)
415 pages, 607 colour photos, 28 colour distribution maps
Publisher: Edition Chimaira
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