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Die Diagnose der mitteleuropäischen Urodela (Amphibia) nach der Morphologie des Mundhöhlendaches

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The pattern of teethrows on the roof of the mouth and the numbers of teeth enable as diagnostic characteristics the determination of the Central European Urodela. Particularly the distinction between T. vulgaris and T. helveticus is now definite in all stages after metamorphose. The degree of development of the vomeromaxillarfold (Triturus) respectively of the vomerfold (Salamandra) indicates whether a specimen is an adult, juvenile or newly metamorphosed one.

Affiliations: 1: Institut für Zoologie der Universität Mainz, SaarstraBe 21, D-6500 Mainz, Federal Republic of Germany


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