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Pseudoeurycea galeanae breeding

This is a discussion on Pseudoeurycea galeanae breeding within the Plethodontids and Lungless Salamanders (Bolitoglossa, Eurycea, Plethodon, etc.) forums, part of the Species, Genus & Family Discussions category; Great salamanders, and great photos. Those things are breeding like rabbits down in San Antonio!...

Plethodontids and Lungless Salamanders (Bolitoglossa, Eurycea, Plethodon, etc.) The largest, and one of the most diverse groups of salamanders, these salamanders have all evolved to breathe solely through their skin and are found almost exclusively in North America.

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Old 12th July 2009   #21 (permalink)
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Great salamanders, and great photos. Those things are breeding like rabbits down in San Antonio!



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Magnificent!


I will add here that use of the under gravel filter for the terrestrial set up is brilliant!

What a smart, easy way to control you substrate moisture content. (at least, that is what I am guessing it is for...)



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I didn't take any setup photos but it really is very simple, just like Sal described it. The containers are not very big either.



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Ok, the second clutch has begun to hatch. Several babies are out

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Here is a picture of the tanks I keep them in.

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Congrats on the new batch! I hope the others from the first one are doing good. It is amazing how small those little guys are. Thanks for updating!

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Well done Sal! Thanks for letting us see the continuation of the story :). Do you think these will be an exhibition animal at some point?



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While I don't work with these salamanders anymore (long story, nothing bad) I was able to get a picture of two of the surviving babies. They are now a little over an inch long and kind of look like Ambystomatids to me.
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You put some paint on a couple of texanum! It was awesome seeing these in person. Thanks again Sal.



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Sorry to hear you aren't working with these anymore, I really enjoyed your pictures!!



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Thanks for the update! They look EXTREMELY well fed...



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I am sorry to dig up this very old thread, but what happened to the P. galeanae? A breeding success in Pseudoeurycea is somewhat rare and I hope this was repeated... any news? I would kill, or lets say, starve for being able to obtain some of their offspring or eggs.



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I am sorry to dig up this very old thread, but what happened to the P. galeanae? A breeding success in Pseudoeurycea is somewhat rare and I hope this was repeated... any news? I would kill, or lets say, starve for being able to obtain some of their offspring or eggs.
These animals where not being hold by a private but by some sor of corporation. And they are on the US. Its pointless for you to come ask for them here, odds are even lower when you start digging dead threads.



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So it's not interesting if breeding succeeded with the other generations if they are hold by an institution? Probably got my hint wrong, the fact that I would love animals of this species didn't mean to say I wanted whoever is keeping them now to send me any - gotta wait for the day where I have my own zoo to talk about stuff like that.



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