Batrachia

Batrachia is a clade of amphibians that includes frogs and salamanders, as well as the extinct allocaudates, but not caecilians. The name Batrachia was first used by French zoologist Pierre André Latreille in 1800 to refer to frogs, but has more recently been defined in a phylogenetic sense as a node-based taxon that includes the last common ance...
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Batrachia

(from the article `amphibian`) ...Apoda (caecilians)Paleocene (66.4–57.8 million years ago) to Recent; pantropical.Infraclass BatrachiaTriassic to Recent; worldwide except ...
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Batrachia

• (n. pl.) The order of amphibians which includes the frogs and toads; the Anura. Sometimes the word is used in a wider sense as equivalent to Amphibia.
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Batrachia

Ba·tra'chi·a noun plural [ New Latin , from Greek batra`cheios belonging to a frog, from ba`trachos frog.] (Zoology) The order of amphibians which includes the frogs and toads; the Anura. Sometimes the word is used in a wider sense as equivalent to Amphibia.
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