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My Ambystoma annulatum

This is a discussion on My Ambystoma annulatum within the Mole Salamanders but not tigers or axolotls (Ambystomatids) forums, part of the Species, Genus & Family Discussions category; I just wanted to show off my two lovely adult female Ringed Salamanders (Ambystoma annulatum). Cheers, Thomas Jay...

Mole Salamanders but not tigers or axolotls (Ambystomatids) These large-mouthed, burrowing salamanders are indigenous to Central and North America.

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I just wanted to show off my two lovely adult female Ringed Salamanders (Ambystoma annulatum).
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Nice specimen,

How do you keep it?
¿Photo terrarium?



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They look great are they any easier to breed than its relatives??



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Nice specimen,

How do you keep it?
¿Photo terrarium?
I keep them in a large plastic storage tub, with about 5 inches of damp mixed coconut coir/sheet moss as a substrate. I feed them earthworms. I'll post a picture of their setup when I get home.
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They look great are they any easier to breed than its relatives??
I have not bred mine yet, but I would say that they are not any easier than other Ambystoma.

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I am looking for an Ambystoma salamander for my comparative study, but something unusual like a ringed salamander. They really are gorgeous creatures. I don't suppose you have one you can sell?



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