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This book, which covers Visions and hallucinations, explains what causes them and summarises how many hallucinations have been caused by each event or activity. It also provides specific help with questions people have asked us, such as ‘Is my medication giving me hallucinations?’.

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Some science behind the scenes


The word Salamander is used to describe around 500 species of amphibians.  Within this family are a group of the genus  Salamandridae  a family of creatures consisting of both true salamanders and newts.   The genus Cynops is actually a newt, as is the Tarich, Notophthalmus, and Triturus.

A number of Salamanders from the Salamandridae family contain Tetrodotoxin in their skin secretions, muscle and eggs.  Examples include S. Tarich, Notophthalmus, Cynops and Triturus.  Tetrodotoxin is a really deadly toxin.

The sub family Salamandrinae  - are the true salamanders.   A list of true salamanders follows:

  • Genus Chioglossa- 1 species,  it is found in the north-west of Iberia at an altitude of up to 1,300m
    • Gold-Striped Salamander (Chioglossa lusitanica)
  • Genus Lyciasalamandra- 7 species  found in Turkey
    • Anatolia Lycian Salamander (Lyciasalamandra anatlyana)
    • Atif's Lycian Salamander(Lyciasalamandra atifi)
    • Bay Lycian Salamander (Lyciasalamandra billae)
    • Fazil Lycian Salamander(Lyciasalamandra fizilae)
    • Marmaris Lycian Salamander (Lyciasalamandra flavimembris)
    • Karpathos Lycian Salamander (Lyciasalamandra helverseni)
    • Luschan's Salamander (Lyciasalamandra luschani)
  • Genus Mertensiella - 1 species , threatened by habitat loss and found in Georgia and Turkey
    • Caucasian Salamander (Mertensiella caucasica)
  • Genus Salamandra (Fire Salamanders) - 6 species
    • Algerian Fire Salamander (Salamandra algira)
    • Alpine Salamander(Salamandra atra)
    • Corsican Fire Salamander(Salamandra corsica)
    • Near Eastern Fire Salamander(Salamandra infraimmaculata)
    • Lanza's Alpine Salamander(Salamandra lanzai)
    • Fire Salamander (Salamandra salamandra)