A newt-like amphibian that typically has bright markings, once thought able to endure fire
A cave-dwelling salamander with pinkish to brown skin
A robust short-tailed nocturnal salamander that has black skin with bright red, orange, and yellow markings, native to upland forests of Europe, NW Africa, and SW Asia
A stocky, broad-headed North American salamander which spends much of its life underground
A very large salamander that is native to North America and eastern Asia, in particular:
A large North American salamander that is blackish with yellow patches or stripes
Any of several small, North American woodland salamanders of the genus Plethodon (family Plethodontidae), which typically have a reddish stripe down the back; especially P. cinereus, which is the commonest salamander in eastern North America.
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