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Ménopome ou salamandre-alligator

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Hellbender

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Branson et Baker (1974) ont trouvé de jeunes couleuvres dans les intestins d'un ménopome, Cryptobranchus alleganiensis.

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Branson and Baker (1974) found young snakes in the gut of the hellbender, Cryptobranchus alleganiensis.

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* Plateau d'Alleghany ("Allegheny Plateau") à l'est des Allegheny Montains* Forêt nationale d'Allegheny, au Nord-Ouest de la Pennsylvanie** Comté d'Allegheny en Pennsylvanie,** Comté d'Allegheny en Caroline du Nord* Allegheny, une ville située sur la rivière éponyme, annexée par la ville de Pittsburgh (Pennsylvanie) en 1907.;Allegany* Allegany, une ville dans le comté de Cattaraugus à l'est de l'État de New York* Allegany Indian Reservation, une réserve indienne dans le comté de Cattaraugus* Allegany, un "township" dans le comté de Potter en Pennsylvanie**Comté d'Allegany dans le Maryland**Comté d'Allegany dans l'État de New York* Allegany, une communauté non incorporée du comté de Coos dans l'Oregon;Alleghany* Alleghany, une communauté non incorporée en Sierra Nevada dans le comté de Sierra en Californie**Comté d'Alleghany en Caroline du Nord**Comté d'Alleghany en Virginie==Autres==* "Allegheny alligator", un des noms familiers américains du ménopome, une espèce de salamandre* "Allegheny woodrat", un rat du genre Neotoma* Allegheny Airlines, une ancienne compagnie aérienne américaine, devenue USAir en 1979

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Allegheny or Alleghany may refer to:== Geologic and geographic features ==* Allegheny River, in Pennsylvania and New York* Allegheny Mountains, part of the Appalachian Mountain Range in West Virginia, Pennsylvania, Maryland and Virginia**Allegheny Mountain (Pennsylvania), major mountain ridge in the northern part of the Allegheny Mountains**Little Allegheny Mountain, in Pennsylvania and Maryland, see list of mountains of the Alleghenies**Allegheny Mountain (West Virginia – Virginia), major mountain ridge in the southern part of the Allegheny Mountains**Back Allegheny Mountain, in West Virginia* Allegheny Plateau, which terminates in the east at the Allegheny Mountains* Allegheny Front, the escarpment delineating the eastern edge of the Allegheny Plateau and Mountains, separating them from the lower Ridge and Valley Appalachians* Allegheny Formation, a mapped bedrock unit of West Virginia, Maryland and Pennsylvania===Counties===* Alleghany County, North Carolina* Allegheny County, Pennsylvania* Alleghany County, Virginia===Communities and townships===* Alleghany, California, unincorporated community in Sierra County* Allegheny, Kentucky* Allegheny, Pennsylvania, a city annexed by the city of Pittsburgh in 1907* Allegheny Township, Blair County, Pennsylvania* Allegheny Township, Butler County, Pennsylvania* Allegheny Township, Cambria County, Pennsylvania* Allegheny Township, Somerset County, Pennsylvania* Allegheny Township, Venango County, Pennsylvania* Allegheny Township, Westmoreland County, Pennsylvania===Protected areas===* Allegheny National Forest, Pennsylvania* Allegheny National Recreation Area, Pennsylvania* Allegheny Wildlife Management Area, in Mineral County, West Virginia* High Allegheny National Park and Preserve, a proposed NPS unit in West Virginia===Public works===* Allegheny Mountain Tunnel, a vehicular tunnel on the Pennsylvania Turnpike* Allegheny Reservoir, a reservoir on the Allegheny River* Allegheny River Tunnel, a light rail tunnel under the Allegheny River in Pittsburgh* Allegheny Observatory, at the University of Pittsburgh===Trails===* Allegheny Trail, a hiking trail in West Virginia* Great Allegheny Passage including parts in Maryland and Pennsylvania* Allegheny Highlands Trail of Maryland, a rail trail===Rail===* Allegheny Railroad, a railroad operating in northwestern Pennsylvania (1985–92)* Allegheny Valley Railroad, a railroad operating in Western Pennsylvania since 1992* Allegheny Valley Street Railway, an electric rail line operating along the Allegheny River (1906–37)* Allegheny (PAT station), a station on the Pittsburgh Light Rail system* 2-6-6-6, a locomotive of the "Allegheny class"* "Allegheny" (train), a St. Louis-Pittsburgh passenger train operated by the Pennsylvania Railroad== Organizations ==* Alleghany Corp., a railroad holding company* Allegheny Airlines, a forerunner of US Airways* Allegheny College, in Meadville, Pennsylvania* Allegheny Energy, a public utility (including its subsidiary Allegheny Power)* Allegheny Foundation, a charitable organization focused on Western Pennsylvania* Allegheny Mountain Radio, a network of radio stations in West Virginia and Virginia* Allegheny Technologies, a specialty metals company* Allegheny (titular see), a Roman Catholic titular see* Pittsburgh Allegheny (International Association), a nineteenth century minor league baseball team that, at times, played at under the name "Allegheny"== Biology ==* "Pachysandra procumbens" or Allegheny pachysandra, a plant in the box family* Allegheny woodrat, a species of pack rat in the eastern United States* Allegheny Mountain dusky salamander, a species of the eastern United States and Canada* Allegheny mound ant, a species of the eastern United States and Canada* "Allegheny alligator", nickname for the hellbender* Allegheny chinquapin ("Castanea pumila"), a species of chestnut==Other==*Allegheny Cabin (Rohrbaugh Cabin), historic structure in eastern West Virginia== See also ==* Allegany (disambiguation)

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Un certain nombre de fossiles de cryptobranchides ont été trouvés, mais on ne connait que trois espèces existantes de nos jours, la Salamandre géante de Chine ("Andrias davidianus"), la Salamandre géante du Japon ("Andrias japonicus") et le Ménopome ("Cryptobranchus alleganiensis") en Amérique du Nord.

English

A number of fossil cryptobranchids have been found, but there are only three living species, the Chinese giant salamander ("Andrias davidianus"), the Japanese giant salamander ("Andrias japonicus") and the hellbender ("Cryptobranchus alleganiensis") from North America.

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