from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The generic name given by Tschudi to the giant salamander from the Miocene of Œningen, the remains of which when found were regarded as human and were characterized by Scheuchzer as Homo diluvii testis. Andrias scheuchzeri attained a length of one meter, and there is a smaller species of the same geologic age.
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"I have a newt here," he began hesitantly, "that famous andrias scheuchzer it is, and it has learned to talk like a parrot."
Many scientists insisted that pelagotriton spencei was the same as cryptobranchus tinckeri or that Mignards salamander was no other than andrias scheuchzeri; there were many disputes about priority and other purely scientific questions.
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