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 ...
Salamanders and newts usually reproduce during the winter months. They use a
type of internal fertilization that does not require sexual intercourse. This might ...
Amphibian reproduction has more in common with that of fish than it does of
mammals or even reptiles. While all of these animals reproduce sexually (
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mammals are descended from animals that moved from aquatic ...
Selection of the breeding ground, appropriate climatic condition, micro-habitat
characters (Physico-chemical and biological characteristics viz., relative humidity,
Amphibian reproduction variable ... eggs terrestrial, larvae terrestrial;
Plethodontid Desmognathus aeneus - larval form does not feed before
developing into ...
Mar 12, 2012 ... Amphibian Reproduction Anamniotic eggs – no shell, require moisture, produce
larval form – amphibians • Reproductive System Ovaries ...
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Wilson Animals | Amphibians ... All frogs reproduce sexually, and all hatch from
eggs. In almost all frogs, .... 10 Things People Do That Dogs Can't StandAbout.