Cryptobranchoidea

(from the article `Caudata`) ...usually smooth, glandular skin; the most generalized of the living amphibians not only in structure but also in way of life; 61 genera and about ... ...Courtship, which is relatively simple in hynobiids and cryptobranchids, is increasingly elaborate and prolonged in the more highly evolved ... [2 relat...
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Cryptobranchoidea

The Cryptobranchoidea are a suborder of salamanders found in the eastern United States, China, Taiwan, and Japan. They are known as primitive salamanders, in contrast to Salamandroidea, or advanced salamanders. Some species of the fully aquatic Cryptobranchidae family are known as giant salamanders due to their large size. This suborder contains o...
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