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Water balance of salamanders (Salamandra salamandra (L.)) from different habitats

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Salamanders (Salamandra salamandra) from semi-arid and moist habitat maintained their body weight constant on 40% and 50% field capacity respectively. The water turnover of salamanders from moist habitats (50 % field capacity) was 93 μ and the water turnover of salamanders from semi-arid habitats (40% field capacity) was 47 μ and 49 μ The blood plasma concentration of salamanders from semi-arid habitats was higher than the blood plasma concentration of salamanders from moist habitats when they were found, in water balance, on soil with a low moisture content.

Affiliations: 1: Galilee Technological Center, Chemical & Microbiological Laboratory, Kiryate Shamona, Israel


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