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Louisiana newt larvae

This is a discussion on Louisiana newt larvae within the North American Newts (Notophthalmus & Taricha) forums, part of the Species, Genus & Family Discussions category; The one straight ahead is morphing. Every one thats been near him/her smells it?...

North American Newts (Notophthalmus & Taricha) While not closely related, these two genera are the true newts of North America.

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The one straight ahead is morphing. Every one thats been near him/her smells it?
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Only been a few days most are starting to look like newts.
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I just put a floating dock in with my n.v larvae. 10 minutes later I found this guy hanging out. I guess they might have a eft stage.
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Looks great! Thanks for sharing.



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Are these guys affected by the ban



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Yes they are.



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Have you seen Slowfoot's excellent thread on raising Notopthalmus? Even though they are still popular newts to keep, very few people succeed with them over multiple generations. I think you've done really well up to now, but raising them to maturity can be tricky. It's a long thread, but well worth taking the time to read. :)

My young Notophthalmus are growing up...



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Thanks i will definitely check it out. Since i have some going on land and I I'm getting nervous. I was hoping they didn't have a eft stage. So i can put most of my attention to my C orientals. I would like to have no more than 2 N.v and 2 C orientals this time next year . My house is getting crazy I have more live bugs, worms in my house then outside.



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Just for some new N.v owners. This corner was empty September of 2015 now may 2016. Its not empty. I have mom and dad set up in living room to. I am trying to culture scuds in the 3 gallon on the right. Just some information i forgot. I have put sand in the tank. Its been in there for 3 weeks no problems so far. They eat bbs and white worms of of it i have seen them spitting out sand like there parents. I found a hatchling that would not last a week with mom and dad. I decided to stick him with siblings its his best change. I am overwhelmed with larvae i can't take care of him separately. He is in cycled tank eating of the sand to with siblings. Its been two weeks hes doing great .
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