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Triturus Dobrogicus eggs - captive bred

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I may have some surplus eggs soon interested in swaps of most european species, and may consider others pm if interested please.



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hello neil, i know its been a while but did you have much luck with eggs



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Hey were these eggs ever available? i've got nothing to swap but would be willing to pay.



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Hey were these eggs ever available? i've got nothing to swap but would be willing to pay.
Never got any interest at the time but did have eggs and managed to raise about a dozen which were released into an outdoor enclosure during the late summer. Hope to breed more this year plus Carnifex and Karellini. So let me know if you are still interested. Late Feb will probably be earliest for eggs.

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Cool. Well i'm currently keeping carnifex at the moment but dobro's and Karellini are both newts i'd love to keep so you shall be hearing from me come feb.

Thanks, Dean.



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thanks for the update neil, will look forward to february



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