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Axolotl Eggs, Larvae & Breeding Eggs everywhere, how did that happen? Will it be albino or wildtype?

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This is a sticky for links to basic information on axolotl breeding and rearing. Please review these resources before you post.

How to tell male from female axolotls:
Axolotls - Biology

Breeding info:
Axolotls - Breeding Axolotls Successfully

Axolotl egg and larvae rearing info:
Axolotls - Rearing from Egg to Adult

Additional rearing info:
Caudata Culture Articles - Raising Newts and Salamanders from Eggs

Basics of microfoods for larvae:
Caudata Culture Articles - Microfoods

Why larvae die (all of the many many possible reasons):
Caudata Culture Articles - Why Larvae Die



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Perfect Links For This Section, Now I Can Just Tell People To Look Here For Them Lol



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Hi Jennifer,

my first post. I'm not sure of the Caudata netiquette re posting to stickies... but here goes

I checked out the live food site

Caudata Culture Articles - Microfoods

Two links are now, unfortunately, out of order, viz:

http://www.killi.net/feeding/live/cultured/daphnia/


http://seahorses.netfirms.com/foods.html

cheers
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Thanks for letting us know, John. We'll look to fix them, or remove them if the resources no longer exist.



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Hi Mark. This works:
http://info.killi.net/feeding/live/cultured/daphnia/

but the Seahorse site is kaput.



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Thanks to everyone that has put this information together. I love this website.
I've been looking for an albino axoltl since mine died over ten years ago. Thanks again.



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Suzie,
Great website with lots of information! Can't wait to finish my homework tomorrow so I can read it all! Thanks for doing such a great job.



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Thanks for the info, I am looking to start a daphnia culture myself before I acquire some axolotl eggs to raise.



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