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Old 12th February 2018   #1
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Default Wild Type & Melanoid subadult axolotls from Illinois

Hi, everyone! I'm sort of new to this part, but I'm finally ready to sell & ship the little ones I've been caring for. SO, details:

I have 9 or 10 available (because there's one I might not be able to let go of!) and they are all about 37 weeks old, ~7-8 inches long. They're just starting maturity, so not many are definitively sexed yet. The breakdown:

type sex
melanoid female
melanoid unk
melanoid male
melanoid unk
melanoid unk
melanoid unk
melanoid male
wild type unk
wild type unk
wild type unk


I've reared them lovingly their whole lives from the eggs of an all black father and leucistic mother, and they've lived in groups of 2 or 3 with no problems. There are a few fluctuations in toe numbers (ie., 4 rather than 5), but they're morphologically perfect otherwise. I have plenty of pictures under the MINE tag on tumblr, so anything that's not a golden albino, leucistic, or full grown black axolotl is from the offspring group.

Their diet is 70% frozen bloodworms, 20% nightcrawlers (still cut in pieces), 10% pellets (they love Hikari sinking carnivore pellets)

They'll be shipping USPS Priority mail from central IL.
$45/axolotl
$20 for shipping
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Old 13th February 2018   #2
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Default Re: Wild Type & Melanoid subadult axolotls from Illinois

Id be interested in some like the last pic the white with spots are any sexed?



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Old 14th February 2018   #3
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Default Re: Wild Type & Melanoid subadult axolotls from Illinois

Being that theyre all siblings id be interested in a single female(:



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Default Re: Wild Type & Melanoid subadult axolotls from Illinois

Interested in the melanoid female. Still available? Thanks Cher



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Default Re: Wild Type & Melanoid subadult axolotls from Illinois

Do you still have any male melanoids for sale?



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Default Re: Wild Type & Melanoid subadult axolotls from Illinois

Hello! Beautiful babes. Have you any left? Had a female wild type and a male leucistic who parented a couple hatches that I've since sold two years ago. These axies belonged to my then 10-year-old boy. I have since sold off mama, too, since though my boy takes good care of his axies, it was me who tended to the brine shrimp hatchery and the fry feeding. We do still have daddy and a leucistic son who we separated early on from his siblings since he was cannibalistic towards them. They are no housed in a 55-gallon tank, and my boy would love a wild type or even a melanoid. I, of course, would hope for a boy! I think we can comfortably take on one more axie, though would consider two if you don't think we'd be overcrowding. Thoughts?



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