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Will they ever grow?

This is a discussion on Will they ever grow? within the Axolotl Eggs, Larvae & Breeding forums, part of the Axolotls (Ambystoma mexicanum) category; I hatched some axolotl eggs and they grew a little since they hatched. I they have been only a few ...

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I hatched some axolotl eggs and they grew a little since they hatched. I they have been only a few centimeters for about 2 weeks. They ate some freshly hatched brine shrimp at first but now they are eating ceopods. Any ideas?



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Temperature?



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From 68f to 71f.



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Keep them well fed and watch how big they are in another two weeks!



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The father of the eggs was "gfp" so when will they start showing that trait if they have it?



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if you hold a blacklight up to them now you might be able to see them "glow"



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I have 9 hatchlings from both mom and dad gfp only 4 turned out to be gfp.. I had to buy a super duty blacklight and they didnt start to glow until their third week after hatching!! I keep my babies water between 62-65 degrees..



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