Bolitoglossa <genus>

Known as: Bolitoglossa, mushroomtongue salamanders, tropical lungless salamanders 
 
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2010
2010
BACKGROUND Significant shifts in climate are considered a threat to plants and animals with significant physiological limitations… (More)
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2007
2007
The way in which novelties that lead to macroevolutionary events originate is a major question in evolutionary biology, and one… (More)
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2005
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2005
Extensive gene rearrangement is reported in the mitochondrial genomes of lungless salamanders (Plethodontidae). In each genome… (More)
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2005
2005
Nearly 70% of the 535 species of salamanders in the world are members of a single family, the Plethodontidae, or lungless… (More)
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2005
2005
Metabolic cost, oxygen consumption ( M Q J , respiratory structure and body size interact to determine the capacity of… (More)
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2004
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2004
The transition from aquatic to terrestrial eggs is a key evolutionary change that has allowed vertebrates to successfully… (More)
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2000
2000
Low dissolved oxygen concentrations present numerous challenges for non-air-breathing aquatic organisms. Amphibian larvae and… (More)
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1978
1978
The lungless salamanders, family Plethodontidae, are a group of over 200 species, placed in 23 genera, distributed mainly in the… (More)
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1976
1976
Plethodontid salamanders capture prey by projecting the tongue from the mouth. An analysis of theoretical mechanics of the… (More)
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