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Dendrotriton (bromeliad salamanders)

Wikipedia Abstract

Dendrotriton or bromeliad salamanders is a genus of salamanders in the Plethodontidae family, endemic to South and Central America: from Southwestern Chiapas, Mexico, to Honduras. These are lungless species possessing a slender body, long tail and prominent eyes. They inhabit high-elevation forests with high humidity.
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Species

Dendrotriton bromeliacius (Volcan Tajumulco bromeliad salamander) (Critically Endangered)
Dendrotriton chujorum <Unverified Name> (Critically Endangered)
Dendrotriton cuchumatanus (Cuchumatanas bromeliad salamander) (Critically Endangered)
Dendrotriton kekchiorum (Endangered)
Dendrotriton megarhinus (Longnose bromeliad salamander)
Dendrotriton rabbi (Guatemalan bromeliad salamander) (Critically Endangered)
Dendrotriton sanctibarbarus (sanctibarbarus bromeliad salamander)
Dendrotriton xolocalcae (Xolocalca bromeliad salamander)

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