For the purpose of reproduction most amphibians require fresh ... frogs), however
, do not need any water for breeding in the wild.
Amphibians reproduce by laying eggs, but the fertilization process differs based
on the type of amphibian. Amphibians include frogs and salamanders and they ...
Nov 22, 2009 ... By: Tonia Traas, Grace Schellinger, Fran Uselman, and Stephanie Bergren.
Amphibian Classification: Kingdom: Animalia. Phylum: Chordata.
Salamanders and newts usually reproduce during the winter months. They use a
type of internal fertilization that does not require sexual intercourse. This might ...
Most amphibians live part of their lives underwater and part on land. Amphibians
reproduce by laying eggs that do not have a soft skin, not a hard shell.
One feature of amphibians reproduction is that almost all frogs fertilize externally,
but the sperm is deposited on the egg as it is laid.
www.ask.com/youtube?q=How Do Amphibians Reproduce?&v=2g_bQQ9pHHc
Dec 20, 2012 ... AMPHIBIAN EXAM: AMPHIBIAN REPRODUCTION.avi. Walter Jahn ... Why Do
These Babies Eat Their Mother's Skin? - Duration: 2:35.
Selection of the breeding ground, appropriate climatic condition, micro-habitat
characters (Physico-chemical and biological characteristics viz., relative humidity,
Mar 23, 2011 ... In a way, Spring is a good time to think about our “inner amphibian.” After all,
mammals are descended from animals that moved from aquatic ...
Amphibian reproduction variable ... eggs terrestrial, larvae terrestrial;
Plethodontid Desmognathus aeneus - larval form does not feed before
developing into ...