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Old 6th October 2009   #15
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Default Re: Keeping and Breeding Bombina maxima

Hi Mikhail

Compared to the "real" Bombina maxima, Bombina microdeladigitora from their natural cool and foggy Vietnamese mountain habitat, seem to be far less waterbound.
You nevertheless could give it a try: treat them as if they are "real" Bombina maxima,
hibernate them for about 3 months at 5C and create a 70% water/30% land- set-up to live (and breed?) in during next spring at 18 - 20C. Might do the trick.
I'd love to see more pics!

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