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Amphibia: Caudata (salamanders, newts, amphiuma, mudpuppies, waterdogs, sirens)
Lissotriton (Bell, 1839) European Newts The genus Triturus has recently been reevaluated and split into Lissotriton, Mesotrition, and Triturus (2004). Lissotriton boscai Bosca's Newt Lissotriton helveticus Palmate Newt Lissotriton italicus Italian Newt Lissotriton montandoni Carpathian Newt Lissotriton vulgaris Smooth Newt ...
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Salamandridae (Goldfuss, 1820) True Salamanders & Newts
Lissotriton (Bell, 1839) European Newts Lissotriton boscai Bosca's Newt Lissotriton helveticus Palmate Newt Lissotriton italicus Italian Newt Lissotriton montandoni Carpathian Newt Lissotriton vulgaris Smooth Newt ...
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The Smooth Newt - Lissotriton vulgaris
Newt - Lissotriton vulgaris The Smooth Newt - Lissotriton vulgaris (formerlyTriturus vulgaris) Copyright: Howard Inns Our most widespread newt, the Smooth Newt, is found throughout Britain and is the only newt species to be found in ... which is carefully wrapped in a leaf of pond weed by the female newt. The Smooth Newt, like the Common Frog is often found in garden ponds, frequently arriving of ...
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Palmate Newt (Lissotriton helveticus)
Newt (Lissotriton helveticus) The Palmate Newt (Lissotriton helveticus - formerly Triturus helveticus) Copyright: Howard Inns The Palmate Newt is Britainís other small brown newt. It is not quite as big as the Smooth Newt, rarely ... at the side of the head are more distinct in the Palmate Newt. Whilst widely distributed, the Palmate Newt has a distinct preference for shallow ponds on acid soils. It ...
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