Male or female?
This is a discussion on Male or female? within the Newt and Salamander Help forums, part of the Beginner Newt, Salamander, Axolotl & Help Topics category; All of the books I've read tell the difference between a male and female adult red-spotted newt. Is there a ...
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|24th April 2006||#1 (permalink)|
All of the books I've read tell the difference between a male and female adult red-spotted newt. Is there a way to tell a male eft from a female eft?
(Message edited by Redeftguy on April 24, 2006)
|25th April 2006||#2 (permalink)|
Efts are sexually immature, and thus it's impossible to tell. Some may be on the brink of maturity and may be distinguishable. There can also be terrestrial-dwelling adults (which may be mistaken for efts), and they can be identified. In any case, if the animal is not showing signs of being male, it's hard to know if it's female or "just can't tell yet".
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