This is a discussion on Hynobius dunni within the Photo & Video Gallery forums, part of the Photo Gallery, Video Gallery, Technique and Discussion category; I finally made it over to Henk's to collect my 5 subadult H. dunni . This first pic is of ...
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|29th August 2004||#1 (permalink)|
I finally made it over to Henk's to collect my 5 subadult H. dunni. This first pic is of one of the smaller two. It is quite dark,even though I upped the brightness on photoshop, but it was taken on a digital vid. camera inside Henk's newt shed, where there was not enough natural light for my SLR. I have more pics taken on the SLR being developed as I type, and I'll post as soon as I get them digitised (is that a word???).
They have settled into their tank so well that I rarely see them (I have had them about a week) and only do so by actively searching for them. Henk said that the larger three may breed this spring so fingers crossed...
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