plural noun Sal·a·man·dri·dae

Definition of Salamandridae

  1. :  a family of amphibians (order Caudata) that comprises forms with a long row of prevomerine teeth and includes the cosmopolitan Triturus and several related Old World genera

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Origin and Etymology of salamandridae

New Latin, from Salamandra, type genus + -idae

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