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Default Re: Pseudotriton ruber breeding success!

Here are the pictures of the whole setup. Just the front view, but it says a lot about the whole setup. The tank in the pictures are of the Pseudotriton r. nitidus. Simple gravel and stacked rocks are the main statement here. I wanted to go more lavish but its hard for me to find any time. Its a good imitation of Red Salamander habitat. I simply try to mimic the habitat where I've found P. rubers.

Thanks Ed! Its true I didn't have help from any Zoo, but I did get help from you and Justin"Greatwtehunter". I did do some online research to get info. 1st hand experience on finding this species helped a lot also. Talking to other keepers and knowing the natural habitat help the most actually.
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