This is a discussion on Spring Cleaning within the Photo & Video Gallery forums, part of the Photo Gallery, Video Gallery, Technique and Discussion category; Whilst cleaning out some tanks today I grabbed the opportunity for some shots. Lissotriton vulgaris Tylototriton shanjing Cynops pyrrhogaster - ...
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|4th March 2007||#1 (permalink)|
Whilst cleaning out some tanks today I grabbed the opportunity for some shots.
Cynops pyrrhogaster - This guy was once the egg here!
Triturus marmoratus laying eggs
some of her eggs - I thought these were duds but they seem to be developing
and then it fell out the jelly prematurely, oops.
|5th March 2007||#5 (permalink)|
Hi Dane, thatís moss collected from the great outdoors. Iím no moss expert but the bulk of it looks like Thuidium tamariscinum with a spot of sphagnum thrown in. Thereís probably a number of species growing in the same clump. We have a particularly damp climate here in the UK and moss isnít hard to find.
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