The Oedipina is classified as Least Concern. Does not qualify for a more at risk category. Widespread and abundant taxa are included in this category.

Oedipina or worm salamanders is a genus in the Plethodontidae family of salamanders, which is characterized by their absence of lungs; they instead achieve respiration through their skin and the tissues lining their mouth. They are endemic to Mexico, Colombia and Ecuador. More

Oedipina complex (or Gamboa worm salamander) is a species of lungless salamander found in western South America from Costa Rica to western Colombia and northwestern Ecuador. It was formerly known as Oedipus complex. More

* Oedipina gracilis Species Info * Photos * ASW Account (Frost-AMNH) More

Oedipina uniformis Common Worm Salamander, Costa Rican Worm Salamander family: Plethodontidae subfamily: Hemidactyliinae More

Oedipina collaris = From Wikispecies Jump to: navigation, search Taxonavigation - Main Page Superregnum: Eukaryota Supergroup: Unikonta Cladus: More

Oedipina and Nototriton, with descriptions of a new genus and three new species. –Copeia: Vol. 100, #1, pp. 42-70 * Frost, D. R. More

, * Oedipina collaris , * Oedipus complex , * Oedipina cyclocauda , * Oedipina elongata , * Oedipina ignea , * Oedipina parvipes More

Encyclopedia Oedipina or worm salamanders is a genus in the Plethodontidae family of salamanderSalamanderSalamander is a common name of approximately 500 species of amphibians. They are typically characterized by their slender bodies, short noses, and long tails. More

Oedipina uniformis SUBFAMILY Plethodontinae TAXONOMY Oedipina uniformis Keferstein, 1868, Costa Rica. More

México, and Oedipina from southern México to Ecuador, all members of the family Plethodontidae, tribe Bolitoglossini, resemble one another in external morphology, which has evolved independently. More

Oedipina uniformis Keferstein, 1868 (Salamandra) Ilustraci More

Oedipina, and Lineatriton have reduced limbs and rely mainly on body movements for rapid locomotion. Species of the genus Aneides have arboreal (tree-dwelling) tendencies, and their long legs and digits, expanded... More

Facts about Oedipina: locomotion, as discussed in Caudata (amphibian order): Locomotion: = Locomotion is by means of limbs and by sinuous body movements. More

Oedipina collaris can grow to lengths of up to 253 mm. More

Information on Oedipina carablanca is currently being researched and written and will appear here shortly... More

(2006) recovered Oedipina, Nototriton, and Dendrotriton together in a basal clade. However, Wiens et al. (2007) placed Parvimolge with Pseudoeurycea while Frost et al. (2006) placed it with Bolitoglossa. Wiens et al. More

Oedipina savagei print that page - * Associated categories 31 July 2008. AmphibiaWeb: Information on amphibian biology and conservation. web application]. 2008. Berkeley, California: Oedipina savagei . AmphibiaWeb, available at http://amphibiaweb.org/ . More

Order : Caudata
Family : Plethodontidae
Genus : Oedipina
Species : complex
Authority : (Dunn, 1924)