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I'm post some pics of my newts, facilities of life food and aquariums.

Cynops ensicauda popei;

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This weeks are laying eggs and larvae are born.

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The Popei acuarium are top of the photo;

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Cynops pyrrhogaster "Kanto race"

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A Juvenile, but i should say this juvenils were rised from eggs to adults by my girlfriend Lucia ( probably better than i would do).

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The acuarium of this newts is in the top of the photo

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Triturus carnifex;

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Two days ago the first courtship of the year

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And the 2015's baby;

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Some days ago aspect

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Triturus Karelinii;

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Tylototriton verrucosus;


Baby was born in 2015;

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4 Days ago i found the fisrt eggs of this year;

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The acuarium of the "father's verrucosus" after put some daphnia

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Paramesotriton chinensis

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Beautiful aquariums and animals! I'm raising some juvenile C. ensicauda popei at the moment and have heard different opinions regarding temperature. What do you find best yours do best at?



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In February one newt keeper friend who was 6 months to Holland asked me if i could take care of her Ommatotriton, like to nanny. I accept but had no previous experience in this species. This newts put eggs in my house. In late summer i returned the newts but althoug i had some casualties due to the strong summer heat.

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Post-metamorphic juv.

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Neurergus crocatus ( Juveniles).

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And the live foods.

Daphnia;

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White worms, Grindal.

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Copepods, Artemia, blackworms, Hyllatella azteca, vinegar eels,

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Hi Chinadog, it's my first time i breed Popei, i'm stay more time without have popei female. I not have previously experience in care juvs. of this newt.



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