Laurenti, 1768 Proteus anguinus parkelj Sket & Arntzen, 1994 The olm, or proteus (Proteus anguinus), is the only cave-dwelling chordate species found in Europe. In contrast to most amphibians, it is entirely aquatic, and it eats, sleeps, and breeds underwater. Living in caves found in Dinaric Alps, it is endemic to the waters that flow underground...
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blind aquatic cave-dwelling European salamander
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blind salamander belonging to the family Proteidae (order Caudata). It lives in the subterranean streams in karst areas of the Adriatic coast from ... [2 related articles]
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olm: see mud puppy.
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Officer of the Legion of Merit
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Cave-dwelling aquatic salamander. Olms are found in underground caves along the Adriatic seaboard in southeastern Europe. The adult is permanently larval in form, about 25 cm/10 in long, almost blind, with external gills and underdeveloped limbs. The olm is the only European member of its family; the other members are the North American...
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- European cave-dwelling aquatic salamander with permanent external gills
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Proteus anguinus noun
European aquatic salamander with permanent external gills that lives in caves
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