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Old 18th November 2013   #1 (permalink)
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Hi I am looking for a certain type of Axolotl (I will post a photo here too). I do not know what type it is, maybe wild (?). Can someone please verify?

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However, i am looking for one of these as either a baby or adult. WIll pay $30 - $50 for one adult and $10 - $40 for TWO babies. I will only accept babies if there are two of them :) I have a 91 gallon tank and a 30 Gallon tank so i have heaps of room! :)

I am located in Gold Coast, Queensland. Will pick up, meet at certain place, and postage (IF POSSIBLE and SAFE).

The max i will take is:
- Adults 1-2 ($30 - $50 each)
- Babies 2 - 3 ($10 - $40 For 2 or 3)

Please PM me, or text me on 0439094552



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Does anyone know what it is?



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That is a wildtype, with long gills.
Wildtype are quite common, should not be too hard to find.

I have many babies of this type at the moment - but I am in Melbourne, so I can't help you!

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That is a wildtype, with long gills.
Wildtype are quite common, should not be too hard to find.

I have many babies of this type at the moment - but I am in Melbourne, so I can't help you!

Good Luck
Thats a shame .
Im going to have to find them around me. So i can get myself a christmas present



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Default Re: Wanted: One of these (picture) baby or adult

Be mindful that babies often change color, they may look light and turn out dark. Vice versa so you may not get that exact shade through buying a baby. But lady rads is right - wildtypes are very common and shouldn't be too hard to find.



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Winsor Fish Hatchery (Google is your friend) in Sydney have olive green wild types which they can express courier to you safely.

I have 2 in my tank from them that look very much like your picture.

Hopefully they can still hook you up.



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Winsor Fish Hatchery (Google is your friend) in Sydney have olive green wild types which they can express courier to you safely.

I have 2 in my tank from them that look very much like your picture.

Hopefully they can still hook you up.
Are they larvae or adults?



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About 10cm long



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Oh okay, ill just wait till after christmas. Thanks



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