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Free* N. v. dorsalis eggs

This is a discussion on Free* N. v. dorsalis eggs within the FS: USA forums, part of the For Sale, Give-Away or Trade category; These are Notophthalmus viridescens dorsalis eggs. Parents are long-term captives. I've successfully raised adults from eggs during previous layings. These ...

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These are Notophthalmus viridescens dorsalis eggs. Parents are long-term captives. I've successfully raised adults from eggs during previous layings. These guys used to be super common in the pet trade, but now they are almost never available, and I don't think I've ever seen any captive bred specimens available.

So here's the deal:

The eggs are free to experienced newt people only. I'm not doing this to be mean and I hate putting restrictions on 'free' things, but... I really want to see this species captive bred in this country. I just don't have the time to devote to them that they need. So I would like the eggs to go to people who have a good shot at getting them going.

This species can be tricky to raise. No one I've given eggs to previously has had success. I believe the eggs may get damaged by heat during shipping. So this time, I'll be sending them with cold packs (my expense).

If you are interested and think you'd like to try, please pm me. I'll probably only send eggs to people that I recognize as regular posters with experience. Please don't ask me to ship to other countries because I can't.



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All eggs spoken for, for now. I'll update if more become available. Thanks!



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Hello Slowfoot, I have a cage waiting for this guys and i am interested in them



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