Die Schädel der Salamandrinen, mit besonderer Rücksicht auf ihre systematische Bedeutung

  title={Die Sch{\"a}del der Salamandrinen, mit besonderer R{\"u}cksicht auf ihre systematische Bedeutung},
  author={J. Bolkay},
  journal={Zeitschrift f{\"u}r Anatomie und Entwicklungsgeschichte},
  • J. Bolkay
  • Published 1 July 1928
  • Biology
  • Zeitschrift für Anatomie und Entwicklungsgeschichte
lnhalt. Vorwort (S. 260). Der Schadel der Salamandrinen im allgemeinen (S. 260). I. Gruppe Euproctus Gene (S. 264). Der Schadel der Euproctus-Gruppe im allgemeinen (S. 264). l. Euproctus asper Duges (S. 265). 2. Euproctus Rusconii Gene (S. 268). 3. Euproctus montanus Sa vi ( S. 270 ). II. Gruppe Salamandra Laur. (S. 272). Der Schadel der Salamandra·Gruppe im allgemeinen (S. 272). 1. Ohio glossa lusitanica Boc. ( S. 273 ). 2. Salamandra maculosa maculosa Laur. (S. 274). 3. Salamandra atra Laur… 
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