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bri
25th March 2004, 18:33
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Of the seven I received yesterday from Jenn Macke, four seem to be strictly aquatic. The other three prefer being terrestrial apparently - climbing in pothos and moss. I've got them divided up accordingly. These are a few shots of the aquatic four. I apologize for the quality of the pics - I have yet to figure out this digital camera...

david
25th March 2004, 18:40
Nice pictures Brian. Glad your tank is finally not empty.

bri
25th March 2004, 18:49
Actually, the massive 125 gallon aquaterraium is home to about 30 live plants and 6 white clouds at the moment. Waiting for the little cresteds to be big and strong enough to take it all on before I move 'em in! The seven newts are currently housed in two ten gallon tanks.
Thanks!

mark
26th March 2004, 11:12
Nice pics of cool newtshttp://www.caudata.org/forum/clipart/smile7.gif
What substrate are you using?

david
26th March 2004, 16:30
What size tank are you keeping them in now?

bri
27th March 2004, 12:35
[as seen above]
The seven newts are currently housed in two ten gallon tanks.

jessica
28th March 2004, 03:39
I don't think your pics are bad at all, you have great shots of the newts. I thought I was the only kitchen counter keeper http://www.caudata.org/forum/clipart/happy.gif I am inspired to get off my butt and take some pics of my c. orientalis http://www.caudata.org/forum/clipart/happy.gif