Sur l'existence de soins parentaux chez Euproctus montanus (Urodela, Salamandridae)

in Amphibia-Reptilia
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Abstract

Eggs of the Urodele Euproctus montanus were discovered in a torrent in the forest of Zonza (Corsica). Our observations lead to the conclusion that egg-laying in this species takes place in agrouped manner both in space in time, and that the females stay close to their eggs during the embryonic development. Both these characters distinguish this species within its genus and suggest the possible existence of parental care.

Sur l'existence de soins parentaux chez Euproctus montanus (Urodela, Salamandridae)

in Amphibia-Reptilia

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