Tri·tu·rus | \ trīˈtu̇rəs, -ī‧ˈtyu̇- \
Definition of Triturus
: a genus of chiefly aquatic salamanders comprising the typical newts and having a small tongue free along the sides, four to five toes, and a compressed tail
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