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Peninsula Newt breeding information HELP?

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Default Peninsula Newt breeding information HELP?

I recently acquired 8 Peninsula Newts. I'm looking to breeding them so I am looking for info or experience with breeding Peninsula Newts. I also can't seem to find much information in general online about them.


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I first had to Google the name Peninsula newt as this was not a name I was familiar with. Once I found it other names it became a little easier to find more information

First I would have a good read of this :- https://www.caudata.org/cc/species/N...idescens.shtml

Then I would look in the section further down the main page title North American newts and read all I can there. There are lots of threads on how to keep them, breed them and raise the larvae. Don't just look at the first page...look way back as well :)
Species, Genus & Family Discussions - North American Newts (<i>Notophthalmus</i> & <i>Taricha</i>) at Caudata.org Newt and Salamander Portal

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This is their set up. 55 gallon Click the image to open in full size.


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