See also: Triton
The tritons are Amphibien S Urodèle S, represented inter alia by the kind Triturus . They are connected with the salamander s ; generally, one calls rather “tritons” the urodela which, in an adult state, are provided with lungs but spend much time in water. This distinction suffers from many exceptions, owing to the fact that the words “triton” and “salamander” for a long time precede the discovery by many species - however, it remains particularly valid in Europe.
In the Classification of the Amphibians, only the Triturus includes/understands the tritons strictly speaking . Nevertheless of the Salamandridae is usually divided informellement into two great groups: “true salamanders” (including/understanding the kinds Chioglossa , Lyciasalamandra , Mertensiella and Salamandra ) and “tritons” (gathering the remaining kinds) , . The majority of the species of this last group are thus named tritons in the language running. Thus Cynops pyrrhogaster , a current species out of aquarium, is known under the name of Triton with belly of fire.
Common species in Europe
- Triton common or punctuated Triton - Triturus vulgaris
- webbed Triton - Triturus helveticus
- Triton to peak - Triturus cristatus
- Triton marbled - Triturus marmoratus
- Alpine Triton - Triturus alpestris
Common species out of aquarium
- Triton with belly of fire - Cynops pyrrhogaster
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