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Oedipina

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Kingdom  Animalia
Subfamily  Bolitoglossinae
Phylum  Chordata
Order  Salamander
Family  Plethodontidae
Scientific name  Oedipina
Rank  Genus
Oedipina CalPhotos Oedipina parvipes
Lower classifications  Oedipina complex, Oedipina uniformis

Oedipina parvipes


Oedipina is a genus of lungless salamanders, which is characterized by their absence of lungs; they instead achieve respiration through their skin and the tissues lining their mouth. Species of Oedipina are endemic to Colombia, Costa Rica, Ecuador and Mexico. The common name of worm salamanders derives from the species' extraordinarily slender form with tiny limbs and digits.

Contents

Oedipina Worm salamander videos photos and facts Oedipina carablanca ARKive

Species

This genus includes the following 29 species:

Oedipina Worm salamander videos photos and facts Oedipina carablanca ARKive
Oedipina CalPhotos Oedipina elongata
Oedipina httpsuploadwikimediaorgwikipediacommonsthu
Oedipina Caudata Culture Species Entry Oedipina tomasi
Oedipina STRI Office of Bioinformatics Metas

References

Oedipina Wikipedia


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