Entry from British & World English dictionary
A slender-bodied chiefly aquatic salamander native to America and southern Europe. Having neither lungs nor gills, it breathes through the skin and lining of the mouth.
- Family Plethodontidae: numerous genera, including Plethodon (the American woodland salamanders) and Hydromantes (two European species)
Definition of lungless salamander in:
- The British & World English dictionary