yags," converse with the magician who has conjured them. (pp. 259-269) They sound like violins and assume "...roughly human shapes..." like "...burning giants." (p. 260)
The Anubis Gates, involving gods, magic and fantasy time travel, is on the same wavelength as Jerusalem and as Neil Gaiman's The Sandman.
One of the Jerusalem ghosts lists the kinds of elementals for us:
Gnomes, Urks or Urchins, earth.
Lastly, without looking it up now, I think that Narnians saw Salamanders deep underground?