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Lesser sirens, peninsular and eastern newts, and mole salamanders

This is a discussion on Lesser sirens, peninsular and eastern newts, and mole salamanders within the FS: USA forums, part of the For Sale, Give-Away or Trade category; I have the following captive bred animals for sale: Siren i. intermedia, lesser sirens. Bred earlier this year, now 3-4 ...

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Default Lesser sirens, peninsular and eastern newts, and mole salamanders

I have the following captive bred animals for sale:

Siren i. intermedia, lesser sirens. Bred earlier this year, now 3-4 inches. $25 each.
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Notophthalmus v. viridescens, eastern newts - red eft juveniles. $12 each.
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N. v. piaropicola, peninsular newts. Aquatic, gilled juveniles. $15 each, five left.
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Ambystoma talpoideum, mole salamanders. Aquatic, gilled adults (will not remain neotenic, but may potentially be kept aquatic). Bred a few years ago, trying to downsize population. $30 each.
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Shipping available, weather permitting. Sorry, I can't sell outside of the US.

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This is one of the reasons I would want to live in the US



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how much for shipping?



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Sorry, off topic, but I have never seen a siren with gills! Very cool! ( I haven't seen many pics of sirens though ).



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If you could PM me your zip code, I can get a shipping quote. It typically ranges between $35-45 for USPS, and $50-70 for FedEx.



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hi, very interested in sirens. I sent you p.m.



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Animals are still available. I'd like to get their numbers down so they'll breed again this spring, so I'll drop the price on the talps to $25 each if you buy at least two. They're really pretty neat, and I've had success keeping them aquatic after they morph, so they're definitely a really unique Ambystoma!



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Jeez, the busy season of my work needs to get here faster. I hope you still have efts in a few months haha. The batch I got from you late last year is doing great! All are chubby and seemingly active.



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Still have the sirens? If so shipping to 03064



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Interested in sirens! If they're still available PM me please!



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Do you still have any eastern newts for sale?



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Default Re: Lesser sirens, peninsular and eastern newts, and mole salamanders

Bought 3 N. v. piaropicola, peninsular newts a few months ago from Peter. They were tiny and were just starting to loose their larval traits. All three are still looking and acting healthy, and readily feeding on chopped night crawlers. Peter was quick to provide detailed answers to my questions. I highly recommend him and his newts!



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Bought 3 N. v. piaropicola, peninsular newts a few months ago from Peter. They were tiny and were just starting to loose their larval traits. All three are still looking and acting healthy, and readily feeding on chopped night crawlers. Peter was quick to provide detailed answers to my questions. I highly recommend him and his newts!

But does he have any newts left for sale?



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