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Last year I bought 10 spotted newts from Europe.
All are very thin and weak.
So only 2 survived.
I really want to konw their scientific name? Who can tell me?
I konw distinguish of them is a little difficult.
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They look like Neurergus crocatus.



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I agree with Chinadog, they look like N. crocatus.



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Thank you very much.
I wish I can breed them.
They're so beauty.
But I only have 50% chance.



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Last year I bought 10 spotted newts from Europe.
All are very thin and weak.
So only 2 survived.
I really want to konw their scientific name? Who can tell me?
I konw distinguish of them is a little difficult.
99,99% Nerergus crocatus :-)



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Any idea why they are doing so bad for you? How are you keeping them? Feeding them??



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