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Old 3rd July 2017   #45 (permalink)
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Default Re: T. Yangi cooling and breeding.

The first 2 that left water have started to eat. After doing so they became a lot more active, they were like statues before. You can tell metamorphosing is a very stressful process for them, which is likely why there can be high mortality at morph. Out of 5 to morph I have only lost 1 so far, hoping the others pull through touch wood. They pretty much look like mini adults minus the orange warts which look to be developing slowly.
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