Triturus

Genus of newts, much studied for their lampbrush chromosomes.

Triturus

Great Crested Newt (T. cristatus) Danube Crested Newt (T. dobrogicus) Southern Crested Newt (T. karelinii) Marbled Newt (T. marmoratus) ==Behaviour== Members of this genus spend most of the year ashore only visiting the water in the breeding season for reproduction. Triturus exhibits the most complex courting ritual of all the newts. After perform...
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Triturus

(from the article `Caudata`) ...no external gills or spiracle; Paleocene to present; Europe; North Africa; Middle East; Afghanistan to Japan, China, and northern Vietnam; eastern ... ...body and give birth to live young. Courtship displays in frogs are almost entirely vocal, although in salamanders they may involve tactile, ... [2 re...
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Triturus

[n] - chiefly aquatic salamanders
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Triturus

genus Triturus noun chiefly aquatic salamanders
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triturus

A genus of aquatic newts in the salamandridae family. During breeding season many triturus males have a dorsal crest which also serves as an accessory respiratory organ. One of the common triturus species is triturus cristatus (crested newt). ... (12 Dec 1998) ...
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