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

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Always a good feeling when you get eggs from someone and then after a time, produce your own!
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Great news! I hope they do well for you! Notos are arguably one of my favorite herps in the hobby, just a shame they don't usually survive long enough to breed



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Good work!



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This subspecies is not that hard. I kept them aquatic all the time, although the water was very low in the beginning, and very planted.



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Congrats! I have heard they can be pretty challenging to breed most of the time.



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Thats awesome! Congrads otterwoman! I kept these species as a kid growing up, one of the first i ever had! Good luck!



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