Genetic Differentiation, Albumin Evolution, and Their Biogeographic Implications in Plethodontid Salamanders of California and Southern Europe.

@article{Wake1978GeneticDA,
  title={Genetic Differentiation, Albumin Evolution, and Their Biogeographic Implications in Plethodontid Salamanders of California and Southern Europe.},
  author={David B Wake and Linda E R Maxson and Gloria Z. Wurst},
  journal={Evolution; international journal of organic evolution},
  year={1978},
  volume={32 3},
  pages={529-539}
}
The lungless salamanders, family Plethodontidae, are a group of over 200 species, placed in 23 genera, distributed mainly in the New World (Wake, 1966). The only Old World members of the family are Hydromantes italicus, from extreme southeastern France and northern and central Italy, and Hydromantes genei, from Sardinia (Thorn, 1968; Stefani, 1968; Bruno, 1973). The other members of this genus, Hydromantes brunus, Hydromantes shastae, and Hydromantes platycephalus, occur in California (Gorman… CONTINUE READING
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