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Salamandridae (newts and salamanders)

Wikipedia Abstract

Salamandridae is a family of salamanders consisting of true salamanders and newts. Currently, 74 species (with more expected) have been identified in the Northern Hemisphere - Europe, Asia, the northern tip of Africa, and North America. Salamandrids are distinguished from other salamanders by the lack of rib or costal grooves along the sides of their bodies and by their rough skin.
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Genus

Calotriton (2)   (1)
Chioglossa (gold striped salamanders) (1)
Cynops (fire-bellied newts) (7)   (2)
Echinotriton (Newt) (2)   (2)
Euproctus (European brook salamanders) (2)   (1)
Ichthyosaura (1)
Lissotriton (5)
Lyciasalamandra (7)   (4)
Mertensiella (Caucasian salamander) (1)
Neurergus (Middle Eastern spotted newts) (4)   (1)
Notophthalmus (North American newts) (3)   (1)
Ommatotriton (2)
Pachytriton (stout newts) (3)
Paramesotriton (warty newts) (9)   (2)
Pingia (1)
Pleurodeles (Algerian newt and Spanish newt) (3)   (1)
Salamandra (fire salamander) (6)
Salamandrina (spectacled salamander) (2)
Taricha (Pacific newts) (4)
Triturus (crested newts) (7)
Tylototriton (knobby newts) (7)   (2)

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