Allows a partial letter string to be entered and implies either no or various extension on this letter string. Animal. Apparent replacement name for Gymnophidia Müller, 1831, preoccupied for caecilians, although the 1831 name was not mentioned in the 1832 work. Cytogenet. Evol., 73: 182. 2, 2: 388, 394; Bonaparte, 1840, Nuovi Ann. Rept. anywhere in a record: e.g., Hylarana, Hyla, Hylidae, Hylinae, Hylaedactyla. Ann. Regne Animal: 102. London, 19, Cope, 1868, Proc. Interprets this as "Lithobates AND pipiens" so will return all records that have the character string "Lithobates pipiens" anywhere within a record: e.g., all members of the Lithobates pipiens complex. Apoda Fischer von Waldheim, 1813, Zoognosia Tab. Gymnophiona: 46. Sci. Unavailable family-group name proposed to contain caecilians. Soc. Batrachophidia Miranda-Ribeiro, 1937, O Campo, 8: 66. Nat., Bologna, 1: 392. hyla" anywhere in a record: e.g., Hyla, Hylidae, Plectrohyla, Ptychadena hylaea, Adenomera hylaedactyla, Will find all records that contain stand-alone uses of Hyla: e.g., Hyla, Hyla arenicolor, Interprets this as "Lithobates OR pipiens" so will find the union of all records that contain either "Lithobates" or "pipiens": e.g., Lithobates omiltemanus, Hylorana pipiens. Phylogenet. Order for caecilians. Placed in synonymy of Apoda Merrem, 1820, by Gray, 1825, Ann. Nat., Paris, 4, Bonaparte, 1838, Iconograph. Rhinatrematoidei Lescure, Renous, and Gasc, 1986, Mem. Philos., London, Ser. Philadelphia, 20: 209. Zool. Torres-Sanchez, Gower, Alvarez-Ponce, Creevey, Wilkinson, and San Mauro, 2019, BMC Genomics, 20 (354): 1–13, reported on genomic evolution, largely those genes correlated with burrowing ability. Order containing solely caecilians. Lett. Zool., Paris, Ser. Sci. An unranked taxon composing a monotypic family, Uraeotyphlidae (Uraeotyphlus) and the paraphyletic residue "Ichthyophiidae". Nat. Washington, 125. Wollenberg and Measey, 2009, J. Evol. Peromela Haeckel, 1866, Gen. Morphol. The most comprehensive revision of caecilians was by Taylor, 1968, Caecilians of the World, although that work is now very out-dated. Coll. Peromela Bonaparte, 1850, Conspect. Nat. Vert. Soc., 166, Cole, Townsend, Reynolds, MacCulloch, and Lathrop, 2013, Proc. Mus. ), Reprod. Diatriata Wilkinson and Nussbaum, 2006, In Exbrayat (ed. A "tribe" (in this context a taxon over the level of family-group) of Caducibranchia to contain only Caeciliadae. USA, 104: 887-892, on the basis of less inclusive sampling, a moderately different molecular dataset, and a different analytical method, recovered largely congruent results. Cambridge Philos. France, 43: 11-19, reviewed the history of classification of this group. Peromela Duméril, 1863, Mem. Torino, Ser. Acad. France, 43: 167. Res., Kunming, 25, Hass, Nussbaum, and Maxson, 1993, Herpetol. Zool. Pap. Nat. 2, 2. Amph. Nat. Exact. The preponderance of evidence suggests that caecilians are the sister taxon of Batrachia (salamanders + frogs); see Frost, Grant, Faivovich, Bain, Haas, Haddad, de Sá, Channing, Wilkinson, Donnellan, Raxworthy, Campbell, Blotto, Moler, Drewes, Nussbaum, Lynch, Green, and Wheeler, 2006, Bull. Order containing caecilians. Phylog. ." 1, 7. Pseudophidia Gray, 1850, Cat. Apoda Merrem, 1820, Tent. Philos., London, Ser. Vert. Gymnophides Latreille, 1825, Fam. Guide Scient. J. Linn. Zhang and Wake, 2009, Mol. Amph. Neuchâtel, 2, Leuckart, 1840, Froriep’s Neue Notizen, 13, Hogg, 1841, Ann. Order for caecilians. Zool. : 131. Phylogenet. Nat., Bologna, 4: 100; Bonaparte, 1850, Conspect. Batracophidii Bonaparte, 1838, Iconograph. "Group" (between suborder and family) for caecilians. Batrachopidii — Bonaparte, 1839, Mem. Univ. Nat. Wilkinson and Nussbaum, 2006, In Exbrayat (ed. Unvailable family-group name for caecilians, amphisbaenians, and typhlopid snakes. Phylogenet. Péromèles Duméril and Bibron, 1841, Erp. Zool., Chengdu, 57: 785805, provided a phylogenetic trees based on 11 protein-coding mtDNA genes. Ophiosoma Jan, 1857, Cenni Mus. Leunis, 1860, Synops. France, 43: 152. Gymnophiona Müller, 1832, Z. Natl. : 29-35, provided keys, maps, brief accounts, and maps for the species of Central America. Order for caecilians, attributed to Müller. Soc. Nat. : 26. : 76; Oppel, 1811, Ann. Synopt. Presumably an alternative spelling for Batrachophidii Bonaparte, 1832. Accessed at https://animaldiversity.org. Animal. Nat. Unavailable family name for caecilians (parallel with "families" Caudata and Ecaudata). : 35. Cherbourg, 9, Huxley, 1863, Q. J. Geol. All Rights Reserved. Nat. 3, 3, Gray, 1825, Ann. Philadelphia, 20, Gouriet, 1868, Rev. Sci. Infraorder containing their families Geotrypeteidae and Siphonopidae. Fis. Sci. Owen, 1866, Anat. Mus. Pseudophydiens Blainville, 1816, Bull. . Soc. Zool. Given as a synonym of Gymnophiona. Monogr., 7, San Mauro, Gower, Oommen, Wilkinson, and Zardoya, 2004, Mol. Arti, Roma, 49: 75. Georynchii Wagler, 1828, Isis von Oken, 21: 859. Phylogenet. Roelants, Gower, Wilkinson, Loader, Biju, Guillaume, Moriau, and Bossuyt, 2007, Proc. Mag. London, 19: 67. Batrachopidii Duméril, 1863, Mem. Sci. Mus. Gymnophidia Cope, 1868, Proc. Neocaecilia Wilkinson and Nussbaum, 2006, In Exbrayat (ed. Maciel and Hoogmoed, 2011, Zootaxa, 2984: 1-53, provided detail accounts, spot maps, and an identification key to the species of Brazilian Amazonia. Sci. Milano: 54. Imp. Philomath., Paris, Ser. [3] Biol. 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