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My Cynops ensicauda ensicauda mass success

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Hey :) I would like to share my success with my C.e.ensicauda breeding this year!
Around Christmas the female started laying eggs and so far not a single larva has died. However, they begin to show signs of territorial behaviour, so I have to give them even bigger tanks. How do you guys solve this problem?
1. Gravid female laying eggs and Male with a beginning breeding colour
2. larvae

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Great job! Unless you can provide more space, you might just have to let nature take its course.
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Congratulations on your success! Its nice to see someone keeping the nominate form rather than the more usual C. e popei.
Have you tried piling extra food in with the larvae? The C. pyrrhogaster larvae I raise get pretty snappy when they're hungry, but extra Daphnia or bloodworms usually keeps them placid.
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