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C/B Tylototriton Kweichowensis

This is a discussion on C/B Tylototriton Kweichowensis within the FS: European Union (including UK) forums, part of the For Sale, Give-Away or Trade category; Captive bred T.kweichowensis for sale 2007. Recently morphed....will sell in groups of at least three, preferably more 15 each plus ...

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Old 29th October 2007   #1 (permalink)
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Captive bred T.kweichowensis for sale 2007.
Recently morphed....will sell in groups of at least three, preferably more
15 each plus postage

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are they sexable?, could you do me a pair, plus 1?
I know it might be a few years before they mate though..
how much is postage to Newcastle?



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They aren't sexable at this stage...they've just morphed.
I could do three but you'd have more chance of getting males and females if you got more, plus, c/b Kweichwensis are kinda hard to come by....whenever a rare species becomes available it's always a good idea to get as many as possible in my opinion...

P+P (NEXT DAY) would be about five or six pounds.



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Hi,
At first excuse my English please, Iam a Spanish guy. Iam interested in captive bred T. shanjing, but its really hard to find them, so a good alternative could be T. kweichowensis.
But, I have some questions:
Could T. kweichowensis. live in a terrarium (like T. shanjing) or only in an aquaterrarium?
How many T. kweichowensis. for a 80cm long X 40cm large x 30cm high terrarium?
They are small yet, Can I feed them with Drosophila?
Finally, and very important, Do yo ship to Vitoria, Basque Country, Spain?

Best regards,
Aitor



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im also interested, but 15 pounds...how much Euros is it?



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I understand they were all sold a couple of months ago.
But to answer your question: 15 pounds is about 20-25 euro's



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