2 edition of Revision of North American salamanders of the genus Plethodon. found in the catalog.
Revision of North American salamanders of the genus Plethodon.
Richard Taylor Highton
|Series||Bulletin of the Florida State Museum. Biological sciences,, v. 6, no. 3|
|LC Classifications||QH1 .F6 vol. 6, no. 3|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||367|
|LC Control Number||a 63007205|
Revision of North American salamanders of the genus Plethodon [electronic resource] / Richard Highton. Article Systematics and variation of the endemic Florida snake genus Stilosoma [electronic. A Key to Amphibians and Reptiles of the Continental United States and Canada. The University Press of Kansas, Bartlett, R. D. & Patricia P. Bartlett. Guide and Reference to the Amphibians of Western North America (North of Mexico) and Hawaii. University Press of Florida, Bishop, Sherman C. Handbook of Salamanders. Cornell University.
Nearly 70% of the species of salamanders in the world are members of a single family, the Plethodontidae, or lungless salamanders centre of diversity for this clade is North Cited by: Plethodon wehrlei (in part) Highton, The Blacksburg salamander (Plethodon jacksoni) is a species of salamander in the family Plethodontidae.  It is endemic to the Southeastern United States, where it is restricted to the Appalachian Mountains in southwestern Virginia Class: Amphibia.
Plethodon shermani occurs in four disjunct, high-elevation populations in the Unicoi and Nantahala mountains, within the southern Appalachians (Weisrock et al. ). The range lies primarily in North Carolina (Lannoo ), but also extends just into northern Georgia (Graham et al. ), and barely into southeastern Tennessee, where a P. shermani-P. aureolus hybrid population occurs on. This is still, to my knowledge, the only complete handbook to North American species of salamanders since the classic Handbook by Sherman C. Bishop. It has all the latest scientific findings in the species accounts (as of the late 90s, but still quite up-to-date in most respects), as well as good photos of each species and a section with /5.
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Get this from a library. Revision of North American salamanders of the genus Plethodon. [Richard Taylor Highton]. New Salamander of the Genus Plethodon from Mississippi JAMES LAZELL A midsize Plethodon, to 57 mm SVL, with 16 costal grooves, four or more costal folds between adpressed limbs, and reduced limbs, is described fromJasper County, Revision of North American sal Woodland salamanders are lungless salamanders of the genus Plethodon.
They are named so due to their association with a variety of woodland habitats. All members of the genus are found in North America. They have no aquatic larval stage; eggs are laid underneath a stone or log, and young hatch in the adult : Amphibia.
Revision of North American salamanders of the genus Plethodon. By Richard Taylor Highton. Abstract (Bibliography) "Literature cited": p. Cover title Topics: Plethodon (lcsh), Amphibians (lcsh) Publisher: University of Florida Author: Richard Taylor Highton.
The North American genus Plethodon presently has more recog-nized forms than any other genus of salamanders. It is the type genus of the lungless family Plethodontidae, reviewed so ably by Dunn in At present, this is the most successful salamander family; over half of the living species of the Order Caudata are plethodontids.
North Amer. Zool. –—An electrophoretic comparison of proteins is used to evaluate the genetic relationships of the salamanders of the genus Plethodon.
The genetic relationships are generally in agreement with the morphological data upon which recent classifications are based but several discrepancies are by: The relationships of the salamanders of the genus Plethodon By. Highton, Richard Taylor, Type.
Book Material. Published material. Publication info. Notes: Manuscript copy. Thesis -- University of Florida, Vita. Subjects. The fourth Conference on the Biology of Plethodontid Salamanders was held at "The Mountain," in Highlands, North Carolina on JuneHosted by the Highlands Biological Station, and sponsored by the Highlands Biological Foundation, Inc., the conference afforded a state-of-the-art overview of these animals, as evidenced by the contents.
Secretive, nocturnal, and little known, salamanders are often the most abundant vertebrates on the forest floor. This comprehensive volume, the first survey published sincedescribes the ecology, evolution, biodiversity, behavior, and natural history of recognized species of salamanders found in the United States and Canada, from newts and sirens to waterdogs and by: This is a checklist of American amphibians found north of Mexico, based mainly on publications by the Society for the Study of Amphibians and Reptiles.
   The information about range and status of almost all of these species can be found also for example. Fraser, Douglas F. Empirical evaluation of the hypothesis of food competition in salamanders of the genus Plethodon. Ecology, 57(3) Frisbie, Malcolm Pratt, and Richard L.
Wyman. The effects of soil pH on sodium balance in the red-backed salamander, Plethodon cinereus, and three other terrestrial salamanders. Distribution predominantly North America through South America to Bolivia and Brasil, with exceptions of one genus in Korea (Karsenia) and some species of Hydromantes in Europe; Relevant Reference.
Larson, Allan, David Wake, and Tom Devitt. Plethodontidae. Lungless Salamanders. Lungless Salamanders: Gray, Genus: Plethodon: Woodland Salamanders: Tschudi, Species: stormi: Siskiyou Mountains Salamander: Highton and Brame, Original Description: Highton and Brame, - Pilot Register of Zoology, Card No.
20, from Original Description Citations for the Reptiles and Amphibians of North America. Revision of North American salamanders of the genus Plethodon. [Richard Taylor Highton; University of Florida.; Florida State Museum.; PALMM (Project)] -- The North American salamander genus Plethodon is today the most successful group of salamanders, for it contains more than half of the known living species of the Order Caudata.
Plethodontid. Highton, R. ''Speciation in eastern North American salamanders of the genus Plethodon.'' Annual Review of Ecology and Systematics, 26, Highton, R.
''Geographic protein variation and speciation in the salamanders of the Plethodon cinereus group with the description of two new species.'' Herpetologica, 55, It is also sometimes referred to as the viscid salamander, grey-spotted salamander, slippery salamander, or sticky salamander, depending on which source is consulted.
Taxonomy. glutinosus is one of 57 species in the genus Plethodon and one of the first of its cogeners to be : Amphibia. Abstract. Chromosomes and DNA sequence homologies have been studied in 15 species of North American salamander belonging to the genus include 4 Eastern small species, 5 Eastern large species, 5 Western, and 1 New Mexican by: The tiger salamander is a member of the genus Ambystoma, otherwise known as the mole salamanders.
Like all mole salamanders it has large eyes, thick limbs and ridges along its sides (these are known as ‘costal grooves’. The tiger salamander is the largest terrestrial salamander found in North America. It grows to a length of around 36 cm. Plethodon yonahlossee Dunn, (a) Yonahlossee Salamander.
David A. Beamer 1 Michael J. Lannoo 2. Historical versus Current Distribution. Yonahlossee salamanders (Plethodon yonahlossee) are found in the Blue Ridge Mountains of western North Carolina, northeastern Tennessee, and southwestern Virginia (Dunn, a; Bishop, ; Hairston, ; Newman, b; Petranka, ).
Click to Learn More About Salamanders of North Carolina Salamanders (Order Caudata) are a diverse group of amphibians. They can be found in both aquatic and terrestrial habitats, though water is essential for survival.
1. Introduction. The Woodland Salamander genus Plethodon is the largest North American salamander genus with 55 recognized species. Before recent declines (Highton, ), populations of some of its species were the most common vertebrates in forests of eastern and northwestern North America (e.g., Burton and Likens, ).Plethodon belongs to the lungless family Plethodontidae and Cited by: Eastern red-backed salamanders (Plethodon cinereus) have undergone extensive taxonomic revision.
For example, two southern subspecies (P. c. serratus and P. c. polycentratus) have been combined into southern red-backed salamanders (P.
serratus; Highton and Larson, ).Highton, Richard. Revision of North American salaman ders of the genus Plethodon. Bull. Florida State Mus. 6(3): (). Distributional interactions among eastern North American salamanders of the genus Plethodon.
In The distri butional history of the biota of the southern Appalachians. Part III: Vertebrates: