Animalia Chordata Amphibia

Amphibia (Linnaeus, 1758) or amphibians are chordates with smooth skin and usually webbed hands and feet.

  • Anura (tailless amphibians with a distinguishable head)
  • Brutusilia (amphibians with mammalian features)
  • Caudata (four legged amphibians with a long tail and slender body)
  • Dvacauda (amphibians with only one pair of limbs)
  • Multoscapitis (Amphibians which have more than 1 mouth or head that do not fit in other groups)
  • Reptiliomorpha (amphibians with reptilian features, such as scales and claws)


Tadpole (Tadpolus multius)


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