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Squamates with fleshy tongue
Herbivorous Iguanians with pleurodont teeth
Paraphyletic common snakes
A+M frogs with no tongue, lateral line, keratin claws, like Xenopus
Scleroglossans with lidless eyes and adhesive feet
tailed A+M frogs
Narrow mouth fossorial Ranoids
Salamanders with loose skin, no eyelids, and flat heads
Neobatrachians with axillary amplexus and firmisternal pectoral girdle
Snakey Scleroglossans with lateral fold and osteoderms
Poison dart Hyloids with triangle toepads
A+M frogs with keratinous tubercle on hind leg for digging
'Archaeobatrachians+Mesbatrachians', Ranoidea, and Hyloidea
Large group containing Lepidosaurs
Classic Ranoids with large tympanum
Sphenodontidae and Squamata, with ecdysis, tail autotomy, and transverse cloaca
Salamanders with external gills and no hindlimbs
Smooth and shiny Scleroglossans
Anguimorphs with forked tongues and 9 cervical vertebrae
Tree Hyloids with large toepads
Salamandroids with costal grooves
Salamandroids with reduced limbs, eel-like
Old world Iguanians with acrodont teeth
Gymnophiona, Caudata, and Anura; sister to Amniota
Ventrally transparent Hyloids with humeral spine on males
Lepidosaurs with two rows of teeth on upper jaw
caecilians, limbless bodies and annuli
Squamates with keratinized hind tongue and use jaws for eating
Salamandroids with rough skin (newts)
Venemous fixed-fang snakes
Salamandroids with small eyes and external gills (like mudpuppies)
Beady venemous Anguimorphs
Salamanders with internal fertilization
Snakes with long hollow fangs and a rotating maxilla
African tree Ranoids with gular pad on males
Spiky desert carnivorous Iguanians with pleurodont teeth
A+M frogs with fused disc shaped tongue and aposematic colors like firebelly toad
Big viviparous aquatic snakes
Lepidosaurs, Testudines, and Archosaurs, with betakeratine in skin, temp-dependent sex, and uric acid
Warty Hyloids with no teeth
Lepidosaurs with hemipenes and streptostyly, Iguania, Scleroglossa, Serpentes
Sirenoidea, Cryptobranchoidea, Salamandroidea
Old world Iguanians with acrodont teeth and zygodactyly
Neobatrachian with no synapomorphies other than molecular
Long oviparous snakes with pits and vestigial pelvis
Salamandroids with nasolabial grooves

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