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Cacelilins

Caecilian Worm | ringed caecilian # bugs # amphibians Hey kids! It's Cecil the Caecilian!

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A newly discovered species of egg laying legless amphibians called chikilidae have been discovered in India. DNA testing suggests the chikilidae's closest relative is in Africa - with the two evolutionary paths splitting some 140 million years ago when dinosaurs roamed what was then a southern supercontinent called Gondwana. www.dailymail.co....

The slithery and slimy 'snakes' that have remained unchanged (and as creepy) since dinosaurs: New species of legless amphibian discovered

This legless amphibian's time in obscurity has ended, thanks to an intrepid team of biologists led by University of Delhi professor Sathyabhama Das Biju.

Newly Discovered Legless Amphibians

Newly Discovered Legless Amphibians Are Horrifying

A new family of caecilians, or legless amphibians marks a surprising (and slithery) discovery of a new vertebrate family.

A new caecilian family found in Asia! Sweet!

New amphibian family find for India

A new family of caecilians, the most enigmatic branch of the amphibians, has been discovered in northeastern India.

Caecilians - Gymnophiona - The Animal Encyclopedia: Caecilians are a group of slender-bodied, limbless amphibians.

Caecilians, the Snake-Like Amphibians

Caecilians are an obscure family of slender-bodied, limbless amphibians that, at first glance, resemble snakes, eels and even earthworms.

Geotrypetes seraphini- That's an amphibian, not a worm. Geotrypetes seraphini or Gaboon caecilian is a species of amphibian in the Caeciliidae family. It is found in Cameroon, Democratic Republic of the Congo, Ivory Coast, Equatorial Guinea, Gabon, Ghana, Guinea, Liberia, Nigeria, Sierra Leone, possibly Angola, and possibly Republic of the Congo. Its natural habitats are subtropical or tropical moist lowland forests, plantations , rural gardens, urban areas, heavily degraded former forest…

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Sao Tome caecilian (Schistometopum Thomense) aka cobra bobo, an amphibian from banana plantations.

This bright yellow, worm-like creature is the São Tomé Caecilian (Schistometopum thomense) but it’s locally known as the Cobra Bobo. Why… I’m not really too sure. But I love it, along with all Caecilians! [Schistometopum Thomense, Sao Tome caecilian, cobra bobo (5)]

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Caecilian Mother With Eggs 10 05 2014

Caecilians: The legless amphibian candidates for Mother of the Year

For an order of amphibians known as caecilians, Mother's Day means letting your babies strip the flesh from your body like a pack of ravenous hellsnakes. Good tradition, right?

Ringed Caecilian, Siphonops annulatus, is a species of am-phibian in the family Caeciliidae from S.A. It is widely distributed E of the Andes. Nestlings have 44 spoon-shaped teeth to feed on the outer layer of their mother's skin. Young feed all at once for some 7 min; then they all rest for 3 days as the female grows a new outer skin layer. This phenomenon is known as maternal dermatophagy

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Frogs

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Oreophryne gagneorum

Oreophryne gagneorum

a frog on a black surface: A captive Oriental fire-bellied toad (Bombina orientalis) imported into Europe from South Korea. The global pet trade is partially to blame for the spread of Bd, a deadly fungus that can infect nearly 700 species of amphibians.

Ground Zero of Amphibian 'Apocalypse' Finally Found

Many of the world's amphibians are staring down an existential threat: an ancient skin-eating fungus that can wipe out entire forests' worth of frogs in a flash.

Tree frogs

112 - Peacock Tree Frog by Sera.D., via Flickr

112 - Peacock Tree Frog

A rather fidgety (but incredibly beautiful) Leptopelis Vermiculatus. Often referred to as a Peacock tree frog (so called for the sound of their call), Big-Eyed tree frog, or Amani Forest Tree Frog (please feel free to correct me!). They originate from the closed-canopy wet tropical rainforests of Tanzania and are insectivorous.

Tiger's Treefrog on bromeliad (Hyloscirtus tigrinus)

Stunning color - Harlequin Tree Frog (Rhacophorus pardalis), one of the gliding frogs of Borneo, perched on a branch..Danum Valley Conservation Area, Sabah, Malaysia.

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Harlequin Tree Frog (Rhacophorus pardalis), one of the gliding frogs of Borneo, perched on a branch..Danum Valley Conservation Area, Sabah, Malaysia.

The Spiny-Headed Tree Frog, Anotheca spinosa, is found in Costa Rica, Honduras, Mexico, and Panama

Stripey Follows His Dream Childrens Book

The Spiny-Headed Tree Frog, Anotheca spinosa, is found in Costa Rica, Honduras, Mexico, and Panama

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Fringe Lipped Treefrog, (Scinax garbei), by Ecuador Megadiverso on Flickr (cc) from Reserva Ecológica Tamandua, Ecuador (open to researchers, birdwatchers and photographers): www.yanacocharescue.org/tamandua-ecologic-reserve, additional photos at www.flickr.com/andreaskay/sets/72157671181153332

Fringe Lipped Treefrog, Scinax garbei

from Reserva Ecológica Tamandua, Ecuador (open to researchers, birdwatchers and photographers): www.yanacocharescue.org/tamandua-ecologic-reserve, additional photos at www.flickr.com/andreaskay/sets/72157671181153332

A leopard frog with reversed spots? Not really. There's probably a taxonomic family difference between this beauty and a common leopard frog.

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Poison dart frogs

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Salamanders

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Newts

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Axoltol

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Toads

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From facebook page save the frogs

From facebook page save the frogs

Caecilian Worm | ringed caecilian # bugs # amphibians Hey kids! It's Cecil the Caecilian!

caecilian on Tumblr

Find and follow posts tagged caecilian on Tumblr

A newly discovered species of egg laying legless amphibians called chikilidae have been discovered in India. DNA testing suggests the chikilidae's closest relative is in Africa - with the two evolutionary paths splitting some 140 million years ago when dinosaurs roamed what was then a southern supercontinent called Gondwana. www.dailymail.co....

The slithery and slimy 'snakes' that have remained unchanged (and as creepy) since dinosaurs: New species of legless amphibian discovered

This legless amphibian's time in obscurity has ended, thanks to an intrepid team of biologists led by University of Delhi professor Sathyabhama Das Biju.

Newly Discovered Legless Amphibians

Newly Discovered Legless Amphibians Are Horrifying

A new family of caecilians, or legless amphibians marks a surprising (and slithery) discovery of a new vertebrate family.

A new caecilian family found in Asia! Sweet!

New amphibian family find for India

A new family of caecilians, the most enigmatic branch of the amphibians, has been discovered in northeastern India.

Caecilians - Gymnophiona - The Animal Encyclopedia: Caecilians are a group of slender-bodied, limbless amphibians.

Caecilians, the Snake-Like Amphibians

Caecilians are an obscure family of slender-bodied, limbless amphibians that, at first glance, resemble snakes, eels and even earthworms.

Geotrypetes seraphini- That's an amphibian, not a worm. Geotrypetes seraphini or Gaboon caecilian is a species of amphibian in the Caeciliidae family. It is found in Cameroon, Democratic Republic of the Congo, Ivory Coast, Equatorial Guinea, Gabon, Ghana, Guinea, Liberia, Nigeria, Sierra Leone, possibly Angola, and possibly Republic of the Congo. Its natural habitats are subtropical or tropical moist lowland forests, plantations , rural gardens, urban areas, heavily degraded former forest…

CalPhotos: Geotrypetes seraphini

Sao Tome caecilian (Schistometopum Thomense) aka cobra bobo, an amphibian from banana plantations.

This bright yellow, worm-like creature is the São Tomé Caecilian (Schistometopum thomense) but it’s locally known as the Cobra Bobo. Why… I’m not really too sure. But I love it, along with all Caecilians! [Schistometopum Thomense, Sao Tome caecilian, cobra bobo (5)]

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Caecilian Mother With Eggs 10 05 2014

Caecilians: The legless amphibian candidates for Mother of the Year

For an order of amphibians known as caecilians, Mother's Day means letting your babies strip the flesh from your body like a pack of ravenous hellsnakes. Good tradition, right?

Ringed Caecilian, Siphonops annulatus, is a species of am-phibian in the family Caeciliidae from S.A. It is widely distributed E of the Andes. Nestlings have 44 spoon-shaped teeth to feed on the outer layer of their mother's skin. Young feed all at once for some 7 min; then they all rest for 3 days as the female grows a new outer skin layer. This phenomenon is known as maternal dermatophagy

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