Will Small Baby axies always be small???????
This is a discussion on Will Small Baby axies always be small??????? within the Axolotl Eggs, Larvae & Breeding forums, part of the Axolotls (Ambystoma mexicanum) category; Hello, at the moment I have 21 baby axies, some are small and some are big but all have front ...
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|9th April 2007||#4 (permalink)|
umm i see, so lets assume they are all looked after and fed well??
Because even though they are all at the same stage (having front & back Legs)the bigger ones are about 2.4 inches and the smallest are 1.4inches a few also have very big heads. If you look in axie gallery you can see some pics of them, titled A GOLDEN BABY AXIE
|10th April 2007||#6 (permalink)|
Vicky, I think (although I can't say for certain, as I've only raised a dozen myself) that they all grow to a minimum size. All of my larvae were pretty big, fast developing, etc. All of my adults are about 8 inches, so they're by no means 'monster size'. It's just a matter of genetics.
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