Here is my/my friend's account on breeding Kweichowensis Eggs
. To my knowledge this was only the second US breeding of this species. Michael Shrom had the first successful US breeding several years ago. I know that kweichows are bred with at least some(?) regularity in Europe. Husbandry is fairly simple. I keep my group of eight in a 65 gal aquarium, half filled with water and a large styrofoam lid that acts as a float. On the float I have cork bark sections that the animals use as hides. The aquatic area is planted with java moss and java fern. A tree branch replica covered in java moss provides areas for hiding underwater, in addition to blocking the sponge filter from view. Feeding is simple. I have yet to find a standard salamander food item that a kweichow will refuse. This is a very personable, outgoing species that will soon learn to "beg" for food. Good luck!