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Unformatted text preview: Many frogs have elaborate mating cells and some have parental care. Male salamanders make a pedestal out of mucus then create a spermatophore. After a female arrives, the male does a mating display and the female chooses whether to take the spermatophore. She carries it with her until she lays her eggs. Amphibians -6,000 species-three groups 1) Caecilians: worm like limb-less tropical burrowing animals 2) Anurans: tail-less frogs and toads 3) Salamanders: tailed...
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- Spring '08