What are the differences between the reproduction processes of amphibians and reptiles?

1) In amphibians, fertilization is external, and in reptiles, internal.
2) Amphibians – anamnias. Their egg does not have an amniotic cavity and a calcareous, fibrous or protein-rich shell (in turtles and crocodiles).
3) Eggs of reptiles also have an amnion, allantois, and a serous membrane.
4) Allantois performs the function of respiration and is the embryonic bladder.
5) Eggs of reptiles have a large supply of nutrients and develop on land, and in crocodiles in water, where the female carries them.

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