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Notophthalmus Viridescens Viridescens eggs for trade??

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Default Notophthalmus Viridescens Viridescens eggs for trade??

My adults are laying eggs again! I just raised a batch back in June and was not expecting more but was wanting to purchase eggs of another species to raise. I am wondering if anyone would be interested in trading some eggs with me?? I know the N.V.V. are one of the more difficult larvae to raise. Out of 60 eggs I got from the tank I have 8 efts now. (It was my first time raising and learned alot) I really want to try another species, and i also dont want to just leave the eggs in the tank for the adults to eat. I stopped collecting eggs from the adult tank and there were still some left in there but not one single one made it last time. The parents are LTC (5 yrs now). This is the third time they have bred. The parents do live with a pet store fish, and have eaten ghost shrimp and guppies from the pet store in the past, years ago. (Just in case that matters) I have pictures of the parents in my album. The father is Bowser, and the mother is Aztec momma. She has a beautiful unique pattern if you want to check her out. I dont know if the babies take on the mothers or fathers patterns at all? If you want to trade eggs we can even trade 2 or 3 for one depending on what you have. I want these guys to go to someone who will appreciate them and hopefully raise them well. Let me know if you are interested.

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I also want to say that if weather is permitting I am willing to send eggs now with the promise that you will send eggs when you have them if you have a reliable breeding group. I am most interested in alpestris apuana. Or any alpines really, but prefer apuana from speaking with others about them being more aquatic than the other subspecies. Also I have never shipped before but have already read the caudata culture article. I just want to ask if anyone wants to share any other helpful advice that was not mentioned there. Or which of those 3 methods they prefer to use. I was thinking of using the cd or dvd box method but worried that the paper towels would dry out before they reached their destination.



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