I should have taken this once they started eating, because they all dig in at once and it's really cute. These juvies don't even have to be hand-fed. They just wolf down bloodworm straight from the pile!
In fact, T.pygmaeus is the easiest-to-feed sal I've ever encountered. Having said that, my older C. ensicauda juvies are also a bit like this and don't need to be hand-fed anymore -- they practically come-a-running when I ring the dinner bell
By the way, I bought my 8 juvies as T.pygmaeus, but I was looking the other day at John Clare's pics... http://www.caudata.org/forum/message...tml?1055806862
...and mine look more like the T.marmoratus he posted pics of. Might it be that they're not T.pygmaeus after all?