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  • from a salamander-like amphibians. Living decendants of primordial tetrapods include mammals, birds, reptiles and modern amphibians. http://en.wikiversity
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  • Frog (category Amphibians)
    Frogs are amphibians in a order called Anura. Anura in ancient Greek means Tail-less. A frog is born in the water in an egg. A few weeks later the egg
    619 bytes (110 words) - 00:18, 28 January 2012
  • first reptiles were formed. During this period the land was abundant with amphibian life. Also there were spiders, millipedes, land snails, scorpions, enormous
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  • caecilians are only occasionally abundant." "The fauna characteristics of amphibians, appeared Center-South China Region, and Megophryids and Ranids were dominant
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  • Salamander (category Amphibians)
    Salamander is a common name of approximately 550 extant species of amphibians. They are typically characterized by a superficially lizard-like appearance
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  • paleo-equator for about 20 million years Archegosaurus, a genus of amphibian which lived during the Asselian to Wuchiapingian ages of the Permian,
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  • containing melanin or other black pigment, such as are found in fish, amphibians, and reptiles" is called a melanophore. The image at the right shows a
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  • period. Coal-rich deposits suggest accumulations of plant matter and amphibian fossils indicate swamplands existed. Abundant ferns point to tropical
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  • insects, and some little vertebrates and they are eaten by birds, reptiles, amphibians and several groups of mammals. In the last decades there has been an
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  • the "study of snakes"is called ophiology. Def. the "study of amphibians" is called batrachology. Def. "the study of fish" is called ichthyology
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  • through the development of "arms and feet" like appendages. This led to amphibians which were making the transition from oceans to land. Labyrinthodonts
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  • L. laevigata Zone)." The mollusks, arthropods, fish, reptiles, and amphibians appeared. Next 550 mya, after the death of vendobionts, a new era began-the
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  • Fossils indicate the presence of many dinosaurs, fish, reptiles and amphibians. New species of pterosaurs developed. Pterosaurs were flying reptiles
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  • all fruiting and flowering trees." "The rise of dominant groups such as amphibians, reptiles, mammals and birds occurred by opportunistic expansion into
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  • and makes way for the new one." "The rise of dominant groups such as amphibians, reptiles, mammals and birds occurred by opportunistic expansion into
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  • accruements. Observe the metamorphosis of the aquatic tadpole into a quadruped amphibian to confirm this hypothesis. The cranio-caudal displacement of primary
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  • Benton (ed.), The Phylogeny and Classification of the Tetrapods, Volume 1: Amphibians, Reptiles, Birds 157-219 (Oxford: Clarendon Press). List of Latin and
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  • 1953). Since then several different serotypes of human, avian, reptilian, amphibian and other mammalian adenoviruses have been isolated and characterized
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  • -i.    amerikane sb. American    amerikani adj. American amfibie sb. amphibian amfibie. amfiteatre sb. amphitheatre amfiteatre. amidone sb. starch amidone
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  • diversification multicellular organisms land organisms See w:Prehistoric amphibian & w:Prehistoric insects appearance of intelligence and w:technology See
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