Popular in Ecology And Systematics Of Amphibians, Reptiles, And Birds
Popular in Agriculture and Forestry
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LECTURE 2: TAXONOMY WITH CHARACTERISTICS: AMPHIBIANS American Toad Anaxyrus americanus Review of Terms: Lecture 2 Anatomical Features: Costal groove, Dorso-lateral folds, Naso-labial groove, Parotid glands Reproductive and Developmental Terms: Amplexus, External fertilization, Eft, Explosive breeder, Aggregate breeder, Internal fertilization, Neotenic development, Tadpole Habitat Term: Fossorial General Information for Each Taxonomic Group Morphological characteristics Habits & Habitat Reproduction & Development Diet Geographic distribution: Present in Indiana? Conservation status Photographs of representative species I. Order Gymnophiona: Caecilians Ichthyophis kohtaoensis Purple Caecilian (Gymnopis multiplicata) II. Order Caudata (or Urodela): Salamanders II.c. Salamanders: Family Sirenidae (“Sirens”) Paedomorphic We(Siren intermedia) II.a. Salamanders: Family Cryptobranchidae Eastern Hellbender Cryptobranchus alleganiensis ENDANGERED II.b. Salamanders: Family Proteidae (“Mudpuppies”) Mudpuppy or Waterdog (Necturus maculosus) II.d. Salamanders: Family Ambystomatidae (“Mole Salamanders”) Eastern Tiger Salamander (Ambystoma tigrinum) (Ambystoma maculatum) II.e. Salamanders: Family Plethodontidae (“Lungless Salamanders”) Four-toed Salamander (Hemidactylium scutatum) ENDANGERED Green Salamander (Aneides aeneus) ENDANGERED II.f. Salamanders: Family Salamandridae (“Newts”) Central Newt A (Notophthalmus viridescens louisianensis) B B A Red-spotted Newt: (Notophthalmus viridescens viridescens) A) Eft B) Adult Anuran Diversity • Currently 45 families • ~ 5,500 species • Taxonomy is constantly changing – Species discoveries – Genetic technologies III. Order Anura: Frogs and Toads Cranial Crests Dorso-lateral Fold No Fold Parotid Glands Warts Tympanum Dorso-lateral Fold Toepads Parotid Gland III.e. Frogs and Toads: Family Leiopelomatidae (“Tailed Frog”) (Ascaphus truei) III.d. Frogs and Toads: Family Scaphiopodidae (“Nearctic Spadefoot Toads”) (Scaphiopus holbrookii) SPECIAL CONCERN III.b. Frogs and Toads: Family Hylidae (“Tree Frogs”) III.b. Frogs and Toads: Family Hylidae (“Tree Frogs”) III.g. Frogs and Toads: Family Centrolenidae (“glass frogs”) III.a. Frogs and Toads: Family Bufonidae (“Toads”) A American Toad (Anaxyrus americanus) Marine Toad (Rhinella III.c. Frogs and Toads: Family Ranidae (“True Frogs”) Bullfrog (Lithobates catesbeianus) III.f. Frogs and Toads: Family Dendrobatidae (“poison frogs”) Golden Poison Frog (terribilis)
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