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Old 5th January 2015   #6
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Default Re: Andersoni, Axolotl or a hybrid?

I don't think it can be anything other than A. mexicanum. It's very nice one, and I agree with Ian that the markings are very andersoni-ish. But it's the wrong colour for andersoni, and the feet are wrong. And I don't think any breeder would sell an andersoni for axolotl prices!

I have wildtypes with similar markings.
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