Distribution of and Key to the Neotenic Eurycea of Texas
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Southwestern Association of Naturalists
Distribution of the neotenic Eurycea in Texas is confined to the Edwards Plateau. Locality records from Williamson and Val Verde counties represent the eastern and western extremes for the distribution of these forms. The Val Verde record is a southwestern range extension for the family Plethodontidae. Distribution of the five species of Eurycea from the plateau is discussed with new locality records given representing six new counties. A key is provided for the neotenic Eurycea in Texas.
The Southwestern Naturalist, Vol. 6, no. 1 (1961-06-10).
Caves, Escarpments, Salamanders, Ranches, Natural Springs, Sinkholes
Caves; Escarpments; Salamanders; Ranches; Natural Springs; Sinkholes
Baker, James K., "Distribution of and Key to the Neotenic Eurycea of Texas" (1961). KIP Articles. 1304.