The influence of non-salamander heterospecifics on the demography and abundance of Red-Backed Salamanders (Plethodon cinereus) in the Credit River Watershed
Bonett, R. M., and P. T. Chippindale. 2004. Speciation, phylogeography and evolution of life history and morphology in plethodontid salamanders of the Eurycea multiplicata complex. Molecular Ecology 13:1189-1203.. Chippindale, P. T. 2000. Species boundaries and species diversity in the central Texas Hemidactyliine plethodontid salamanders, genus Eurycea. Pp. 149-165 in R. C. Bruce, R. G. Jaeger and L. D. Houck, eds. The Biology of Plethodontid Salamanders. Kluwer Academic/Plenum Publishers, New York.. Chippindale, P. T., R. M. Bonett, A. S. Baldwin, and J. J. Wiens. 2004. Phylogenetic evidence for a major reversal of life-history evolution in plethodontid salamanders. Evolution 58:2809-2822.. Chippindale, P. T., A. H. Price, and D. M. Hillis. 1993. A new species of perennibranchiate salamander (Eurycea, Plethodontidae) from Austin, Texas. Herpetologica 49:248-259.. Chippindale, P. T., A. H. Price, and D. M. Hillis. 1998. Systematic status of the San Marcos Salamander, Eurycea nana (Caudata : ...
The hypothesis that salamander prey-capture behavior is highly stereotyped was tested in the plethodontid salamander Ensatina eschscholtzii using high-speed videography and kinematic analysis of feedings on two types of prey (waxworms and termites). The results show that E. eschscholtzii is capable of modulating the timing and magnitude of tongue and jaw movements in response to prey type. Feedings on waxworms, the larger prey, were characterized by shorter durations and higher velocities of tongue and jaw movements compared with feedings on termites, particularly in the latter portion of the feeding sequence (i.e. after prey contact). To test the hypothesis that sensory feedback through the tongue pad plays a role in modulating feeding movements in response to prey type, the ramus lingualis of the glossopharyngeal nerve (cranial nerve IX), which is known to carry sensory information from the tongue pad in salamanders, was transected bilaterally. This experimental deafferentation of the tongue ...
1. Historical versus Current Distribution. Pigeon Mountain salamanders (Plethodon petraeus) are known only from the eastern slope of Pigeon Mountain in northwestern Georgia (Wynn et al., 1988). The original description reported them from only two sites, both in Walker County (Wynn et al., 1988). Since that time, several additional sites have been discovered on Pigeon Mountain, including one in Chattooga County (Highton, 1995a; Buhlmann, 1996; J.B.J. and C.D.C., unpublished data).. 2. Historical versus Current Abundance. Wynn et al. (1988) reported the species as abundant, far outnumbering other syntopic salamander species. Recent surveys at two of the known sites indicated no detectable change in their abundance (Buhlmann, 1996; J.B.J., personal observations), however Pigeon Mountain salamanders have become uncommon at one locality, possibly due to disturbance created by increased cave visitation and/or perhaps scientific over-collection (Jensen, 1999a).. 3. Life History Features.. A. Breeding. ...
In the Plethodon cinereus group of Highton and Larson, 1979, Syst. Zool., 28: 579-599. See accounts by Petranka, 1998, Salamand. U.S. Canada: 361-363, and Highton, 1986, Cat. Am. Amph. Rept., 392. Beamer and Lannoo, 2005, in Lannoo (ed.), Amph. Declines: 812-814, provided a detailed account that summarized the biology and conservation literature. Raffaëlli, 2013, Urodeles du Monde, 2nd ed.: 389-390, provided a brief account, photograph, and range map.. ...
A new species of dusky salamander (Amphibia: Plethodontidae: Desmognathus ) from the Eastern Gulf Coastal Plain of the United States and a redescription of D. auriculatus
Extensive gene rearrangement is reported in the mitochondrial genomes of lungless salamanders (Plethodontidae). In each genome with a novel gene order, there is evidence that the rearrangement was mediated by duplication of part of the mitochondrial genome, including the presence of both pseudogenes and additional, presumably functional, copies of duplicated genes. All rearrangement-mediating duplications include either the origin of light strand replication and the nearby tRNA genes or the regions flanking the origin of heavy strand replication. The latter regions comprise nad6, trnE, cob, trnT, an intergenic spacer between trnT and trnP and, in some genomes, trnP, the control region, trnF, rrnS, trnV, rrnL, trnL1, and nad1. In some cases, two copies of duplicated genes, presumptive regulatory regions, and/or sequences with no assignable function have been retained in the genome following the initial duplication; in other genomes, only one of the duplicated copies has been retained. Both tandem and non
Ecology of coastal giant salamanders, (Dicamptodon tenebrosus). Research into the genetic structure and history of giant salamander populations in the United States and Canada.
Japanese giant salamanders are the second-largest salamander species in the world. These long-lived salamanders lurk in rocky, fast-flowing streams in Japan. They have a single lung that they use to control buoyancy, not to breathe.
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Comparative Vertebrate Reproduction. Dr. Trauths research involves the natural history, reproductive anatomy and life cycles of amphibians and reptiles. He continues to investigate aspects of the reproductive ecology of plethodontid salamanders primarily of the genera Plethodon and Desmognathus. Specifically, he examines the nesting ecology, spermathecal anatomy, duration of sperm storage, and sperm morphometrics in these salamanders. In reptiles, he has a wide variety of interests including lizard nesting ecology, snake urogenital anatomy, and Rathkes glands and sperm morphometrics in turtles. ...
Large Aquatic Salamanders (Hellbenders/Cryptobranchids, Necturus, Siren, etc.) - This topic covers Cryptobranchids like the hellbender and Asian giant
Sessions, Stanley K., Pedro E. León and James Kezer. 1982. Cytogenetics of the Chinese giant salamander, Andrias davidianus (Blanchard): the evolutionary significance of cryptobranchoid karyotypes. Chromosoma, 86: 341-357, figs. 1-6 ...
Salamanders of this species breed during spring and fall. Usually, during the months of April, September, and October, courtship and spermatophore deposition take place. Fertilization for Desmognathus ochrophaeus is internal. The male deposits sperm packets (spermatophores) on the ground, which the female takes into her vent. The female will store the sperm from fall and spring inseminations until late spring or summer. The sperm can be stored within her body from 1-2 years. After a certain period the ova are fertilized and gestate for about 3 months, before she lays her eggs. The female will then lay 3-27 eggs either singly, in pairs, or in clusters in a small cavity, which she hollows out in soil under moss, or in moss above shallow running water. A female will remain in her nesting cavity for a period from 52-69 days, attending her eggs with antipredator and antipathogenic behaviors. During this time she will rarely forage for food. Interestingly, Desmognathus ochrophaeus females will accept ...
Nearly 500 varieties of amphibians, spread throughout various continents on the planet, are collectively referred to as Salamander. Theyve the characteristics of the fellow amphibians, such as frogs as well as toads, yet tend to be unique within their own methods. Nearly all of the varieties associated with salamander possess appearance such as those associated with reptiles. Varieties, such because Hida Salamander, Marbled Salamander, Off-shore Giant Salamander, as well as Southern Bittorrent Salamander carefully resemble lizards. However, Olm as well as Two-toed Amphiuma look much like snakes. Higher Siren is actually another range with hardly visible braches, but its more of the eel-like entire body.. Steps in order to draw Salamander: From a good artistic perspective, the degree of difficulty within drawing the salamander is actually directly associated with the subspecies selected. Following guidelines can help you draw your personal salamander:. • Research image: You need to do a few ...
Salamander is the common name applied to approximately 500 amphibian vertebrates with slender bodies, short legs, and long tails (order Caudata or Urodela). The moist skin of the amphibians limits them to habitats either near water or under some protection on moist ground, usually in a forest. Some species are aquatic throughout life, some take to the water intermittently, and some are entirely terrestrial as adults. Salamanders superficially resemble lizards, but are easily distinguished by their lack of scales. They are capable of regenerating lost limbs. Species of salamanders are numerous and found in most moist or aqueous habitats in the northern hemisphere. Most are small but some reach up to 5 feet in length. They live in brooks and ponds and other moist locations. North America has the hellbender and the mudpuppy which can reach the length of a foot. In Japan, China and the United States the giant salamander is found, which reaches 5 feet (1.5m) and weighs up to 30 kilograms [1] ...
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Publications and Technical Reports. Feist, S.M., T.M. Mann, D.L. Mann. Accepted. Genetic characterization of Websters salamander (Plethodon websteri) within a fragmented landscape, using novel microsatellites. Herpetological Conservation and Biology.. Feist, S.M. and R.L. Jones. 2016. Using genetics to differentiate between, and clarify distribution of, Procambarus penni and Procambarus clemmeri in Mississippi. State Wildlife Grant report submitted to United States Fish and Wildlife Service, Jackson, MS.. Feist, S.M., T.M. Mann, D.L. Mann. 2015. Primer Note: Development and characterization of 12 microsatellite loci for Websters salamander, Plethodon websteri. MMNS Technical Report No. 191, Mississippi Department of Wildlife, Fisheries, and Parks, Museum of Natural Science, Jackson, MS.. Contact: Sheena Feist (Tissue Curator and Conservation Resources Biologist-Genetics) at [email protected] ...
Ozark blind cave salamanders, known also as ghost lizards and grotto salamanders, live in subterranean systems in the Ozark Mountains -- and nowhere else in the world. Theyre pretty rare, and they often dwell in almost inaccessible caverns, so scientists still are learning about the behavior and quirks of this ...
The Allegheny Mountain Dusky Salamander (Desmognathus ochrophaeus), Great Lakes/St. Lawrence population was designated threatened and added to the Schedule 1 of the Species at Risk Act (SARA) in 2009. The Minister of the Environment is the competent minister for the recovery of the Allegheny Mountain Dusty Salamander, Great Lakes/St. Lawrence Population, and has prepared this strategy, as per section 37 of SARA.
The Asiatic salamanders (family Hynobiidae) are primitive salamanders found all over Asia, and in European Russia. They are closely related to the giant salamanders (family Cryptobranchidae), with which they form the suborder Cryptobranchoidea. About half of hynobiids are unique to Japan. Hynobiid salamanders practice external fertilization, or spawning. And, unlike other salamander families which reproduce internally, male hynobiids focus on egg sacs rather than females during breeding. The female lays two egg sacs at a time, each containing up to 70 eggs. Parental care is common. A few species have very reduced lungs, or no lungs at all. Larvae can sometimes have reduced external gills if they live in cold and very oxygen-rich water. Cladograms based on the work of Pyron and Wiens (2011) and modified using Mikko Haaramo Currently, 54 species are known. These genera make up the Hynobiidae: Subfamily Hynobiinae Genus Batrachuperus (Chinese stream salamanders) Chiala mountain salamander (B. ...
(2004) Mahoney. Molecular Ecology. Plethodon elongatus and P. stormi (Caudata: Plethodontidae) are Pacific Northwest endemic species which occur in northwestern California and southwestern Oregon. Studies on these salamanders have r...
Graves, Brent and Quinn, V S., "Temporal Persistence of Alarm Pheromones in Skin Secretions of the Salamander, Plethodon Cinereus" (2000). Journal Articles. 324 ...
Worldwide, one in every three species of amphibian is endangered, 39 species have gone extinct in the last 500 years and another 130 species are suspected to have gone extinct in recent decades. Of the amphibians, salamanders have the highest portion
year: 1992. ABSTRACT: Amphibians face two central issues of physiological ecology: water balance and temperature balance with their environment. Amphibians highly water-permeable skins and lack of physiological temperature regulation make these factors important, and a large body of research exists detailing the effects of these factors in the laboratory.. A field study was performed to determine the effects of these factors at both the climatic and microclimatic level on the surface activity of a plethodontid salamander, Ensatina eschscholtzii oregonensis. Rainfall over the previous 24 hours and daily low temperature were important climatic factors. Microclimatic air and soil temperature were shown to affect the weight of salamanders active at the surface and thus selectively affect surface activity.. The implications of limitations on surface activity for foraging time, energy balance, and reproductive success are discussed, as is the relative importance of physiological factors to the ...
Biologists have determined that this tiny cave salamander, nicknamed the human fish has a maximum lifespan of 100 years. For a creature of that size, thats quite unusual: The salamander, also called olm and Proteus, has a maximum lifespan of over 100 years, concludes the new study, published in the latest Royal Society Biology Letters. Thats nearly double the age of other often-elderly amphibians: the Japanese giant salamander (55 years), the African bullfrog (45 years), the common European toad (40...
The slender salamanders genus, Batrachoseps (Plethodontidae), is the most speciose groupof caudate amphibians in the western nearctic zone. All clades and even species within these groupsshow a marked phylogeographic structure, although there is often a discrepancy between mtDNAand nDNA (allozymes) datasets. Batrachoseps species are morphologically cryptic and ecologicallyvery similar. Slender salamander species do not merge when a parapatry occurs and sympatry islimited especially within clade ...
Amphiuma is a genus of aquatic salamanders from the United States, the only extant genus within the family Amphiumidae /æmfɪˈjuːmɪdiː/. They are also known to fishermen as "conger eels" or "Congo snakes", which are zoologically incorrect designations, with amphiumas being salamanders, and not reptiles, nor fish. Amphiuma exhibits one of the largest complements of DNA in the living world, around 25 times more than a human. Amphiumas have an elongated body, generally grey-black in color. They do have legs, but they are merely vestigial and very small. While amphiumas can be up to 116 cm (46 in) long, their legs measure only up to about 2 cm (0.79 in). It is because of this that they are often mistaken for eels or snakes. They also lack eyelids and a tongue. Amphiumas also have a lateral line visible on the sides of their bodies, which are capable of detecting movement and are used in aid of hunting. Female amphiumas lay their eggs in wet mud, and then remain coiled around them for about five ...
Male: Based in 12 mature specimens. Length 1.19 2.29 mm (1.69 mm ± 0.33, n = 11) (1.75 mm); maximum width 50 70 (60 ± 6, n = 11) (60). Buccal cavity 6 15 (14 ± 3, n = 11) (15) long. Esophagus 150 220 (190 ± 21, n = 10) (200) long, consisting of corpus 75 140 (112 ± 18, n = 10) (111) long, isthmus 30 70 (50 ± 12, n = 10) (45) long, and bulb 20 35 (28 ± 5, n = 10) (30) long, 18 21 (20 ± 2, n = 10) (21) wide. Distance from anterior end to nerve ring (60) and to excretory pore (162). Spicules equal, 50 80 (68 ± 9, n = 11) (55), well sclerotized and curved. Gubernaculum well sclerotized, 20 30 (27 ± 4, n = 9) (28) long. Two caudal alae well developed supported by 8 pairs of pedunculate papillae; 1 pair precloacal, 7 pairs postcloacal arranged in 3 groups, 2 pairs close to cloaca, 3 pairs midway between cloaca and tail, and 2 pairs close to tail. Tail extending beyond bursa. Female: From 15 mature specimens. Length 1.32 2.25 mm (1.9 mm ± 0.35, n = 14) (2.14 mm), maximum width at level of ...
Define Aneides. Aneides synonyms, Aneides pronunciation, Aneides translation, English dictionary definition of Aneides. Noun 1. Aneides - climbing salamanders genus Aneides amphibian genus - any genus of amphibians family Plethodontidae, Plethodontidae - small mostly...
In 2012 Hoffmann came to Maine to study how urbanization was impacting vernal pools and the blue spotted salamanders. In Maine, salamanders may be the most abundant vertebrate-certainly more populous than people or moose. Scientists have estimated that in Maine the total weight of the salamander population actually exceeds that of people, but that is partly a function of Maines small human presence and vast woodlands. In any case, salamanders are a rarely seen but critical part of the ecosystem, in particular in the early spring when they are a feast of "little hamburgers" for hungry owls, skunks, and even just-out-of-hibernation bears who eat their eggs.. Hoffmann quickly realized that these salamanders, for all their importance, were scientifically mysterious. "Nobody had ever just followed a blue spotted salamander and seen where they lived and what types of wetland they liked." So Hoffmann got to work hiking to dozens of wetland sites, trapping and measuring and releasing scores of ...
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The Great Smoky Mountains are known as the "Salamander Capital of the World!" Salamanders are an especially abundant and diverse group in the Great Smokies. There are 30 species of salamanders within the boundaries of the Park. Since salamanders breathe through their skin they are more susceptible to water and air pollution. During this study, high school students will work in groups to collect and record data in taking an inventory in monitoring many of the salamanders found in the park. The field trip packet includes pre, onsite, and post-visit activities.. ...
DOGO ISLAND, JAPAN-For most of his life, Masaru Notsu has shared a small round island in the Sea of Japan with the Oki salamander (Hynobius okiensis), a critically endangered species found nowhere else on Earth. And for most of his life, the naturalist has watched plantations, erosion-control dams, and forestry roads chip away at the amphibians 10-square-kilometer habitat. "This valley was their paradise," says Notsu, standing at the bottom of a yawning gneiss quarry where a spawning stream once flowed. "In the space of 30 years, its been destroyed.". Nobody knows how many Oki salamanders are left. Saving the palm-sized forest dweller from extinction could require habitat restoration, stricter conservation laws, and a revolution in how island residents approach development. Proponents of conservation triage might question the cost-but a new global commitment to zero extinction should give a major boost to the Oki salamander and other species in need of a lifeline.. Last October, the 193 ...
George turned over a rotting log and found a Southern two-lined salamander beneath it. We placed it into a transparent box so everyone could examine it. The southern Appalachians is the home of an explosive radiation of salamanders. There are more species of lungless salamanders found there than anywhere else, except possibly, tropical America. The lungless salamanders (plethodontids -- family Plethodontidae) breath through the lining of the mouth and the surface of the skin. Some are largely aquatic, inhabiting streams and stream sides throughout their lives. Others are completely terrestrial, not even returning to water to reproduce. Their eggs are laid in moist situations, as under logs, and develop directly into adult salamanders. Others, like the Southern two-lined salamander, are intermediate: the adults are terrestrial, but they return to the streams to lay eggs that develop into aquatic larvae that later metamorphose into terrestrial adults. Many plethodontids exhibit parental care, the ...
And that leads me to discussing one of the most challenging and confusing salamanders of southern Ontario: Jeffersons Salamander (Ambystoma jeffersonianum). The Jeffs is largely restricted to south central Ontario, although ongoing research has had it turn up slightly beyond that area. It is a large salamander, with adults reaching 18-20 cm in total length. It is dark bluish black, with a few lighter whitish-bluish flecks, but not as large or as brightly marked as the Blue-spotted Salamander. What makes things especially challenging in identifying these salamanders in the field is a result of the unusual reproductive process and ultimate genetics of these two species. They hybridize, and there is a broad zone of hybridization. One can really only tell what kind one is by doing DNA analysis, which for these salamanders requires snipping a small tip of the tail, running it through a blender of sorts, and then examining the DNA. There are many variations of the genetic make-up of these hybrids, ...
Natural examples of regeneration, such as salamanders, may unravel novel strategies for cell replacement of damaged or lost tissues. We study regeneration mechanisms in an aquatic salamander, the newt, which has the widest repertoire of regenerative abilities among adult vertebrates.. Our group has two main interests. The first dimension of our research is to reveal how adult neurogenesis and brain regeneration takes place. Here we focus on dopamine neurons in the midbrain. In particular we focus on the role of neurotransmitter signaling in neurogenesis during normal physiological conditions and also after neuronal ablation.. The second dimension of our research is to understand how skeletal muscle contributes to new tissues during limb regeneration. We have identified a Pax7+ stem cell population in salamander skeletal muscle and we try to understand how these cells take part in limb regeneration. Salamander skeletal muscle may also undergo a unique dedifferentiation process during limb ...
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Salamanders of this species breed during spring and fall. Usually, during the months of April, September, and October, courtship and spermatophore deposition take place. Fertilization for Desmognathus ochrophaeus is internal. The male deposits sperm packets (spermatophores) on the ground, which the female takes into her vent. The female will store the sperm from fall and spring inseminations until late spring or summer. The sperm can be stored within her body from 1-2 years. After a certain period the ova are fertilized and gestate for about 3 months, before she lays her eggs. The female will then lay 3-27 eggs either singly, in pairs, or in clusters in a small cavity, which she hollows out in soil under moss, or in moss above shallow running water. A female will remain in her nesting cavity for a period from 52-69 days, attending her eggs with antipredator and antipathogenic behaviors. During this time she will rarely forage for food. Interestingly, Desmognathus ochrophaeus females will accept ...
Some, but not all, species of salamander hibernate during the winter months. Salamanders are classified as amphibians, and amphibians cannot regulate their own body temperatures....
Chinese giant salamander (CGS) is the largest extant amphibian species in the world. Owing to its evolutionary position and four peculiar phenomenon of life (longevity, starvation tolerance, regenerative ability, and hatch without sunshine), it is an invaluable model species for research. However, lack of genomic resources and its huge (~50 GB) difficult to assemble genome, leads to slow study progression in this field. Here we report the sequenced transcriptome of more than twenty tissues from adult specimens using Illumina Hiseq 2000 technology, and a total of 93,366 non-redundant transcripts with a mean length of 1,326 bp. We for the first time developed an efficient pipeline to construct a high quality reference gene set of CGS and obtained 26,135 coding genes. BUSCO and homologous assessment showed that our assembly captured 70.6 % of vertebrate universal single-copy orthologs.
Professor Murphys research focuses on the application of molecular methods to the reconstruction of evolutionary relationships and conservation genetics, and includes methods of phylogenetic evaluation of molecular data. His current studies emphasize the use of gene sequence and protein electrophoresis data in (1) the phylogenetic relationships of rattlesnakes, (2) conservation genetics of Chinese giant salamanders, (3) the evolutionary relationships of Caucasus Mountain unisexual and bisexual lizards, and (4) biodiversity and conservation genetics of Vietnamese amphibians and reptiles. ...
The biggest result of our study is that we saw differences in captures," or the number of salamanders in a given area, ODonnell said. "The captures decreased in all three treatments relative to the untreated areas.". They found that salamander numbers they detected in the areas that were partially cleared or burned decreased, though removing the medium and small trees didnt have as much of an impact when they used statistics to control for undetected amphibians.. "In terms of true abundance, we saw a slight decline in the mid-story right away, but a rebound two years after the treatment," ODonnell said. "We may not have seen much of the effect of the prescribed fire but there could be a lag time in terms of seeing an effect on the population level.". In the burn areas, the researchers found that the leaf litter that salamanders spend most of their time buried under dropped a lot, affecting the way the amphibians used their habitat. The leaf litter on the ground rebounded after a year, but ...
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Tags: Excerpts from the Windmill. NIJMEGEN, the Netherlands - Half of a group of well over 200 people in the Netherlands who can trace their roots to a 1700 common ancestor is afflicted by an as yet incurable eye disease that effects this family only. Some 100 males and females in this unnamed family suffer from a genetic anomaly called macula edema, for which specialists now try to find a cure. The disease strikes indiscriminately across gender lines in this family and manifests itself in young people between the ages of ten and twenty. The disease results in an accumulation of fluids in the so-called macula lutea ( yellow spot ) of the retina and cannot be reversed in this family because of the genetic background. Macula edema in patients outside this family sometimes can be treated however. Eye specialists first discovered the origin of the family s affliction a few years ago when four seemingly unrelated patients came to seek help at the same University Medical Center in Nijmegen. One ...
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