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Old 22nd February 2018   #1
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Default My Beautiful CB Triturus Cristatus

Here is some photos of my lovely Triturus Cristatus. Not posted some photos of them for a while so here's an update on them.

Managed to get some action shots during their feeding time. Enjoy!

No signs which are enabling me to sex them though. Any ideas of when they'll start showing signs which will diffrinciate them from genders?
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Any ideas of when they'll start showing signs which will diffrinciate them from genders?
In the last group I raised, the males started showing the beginnings of crests, and darker cloacas, at about 75mm total length, 14 months after metamorphosis.



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In the last group I raised, the males started showing the beginnings of crests, and darker cloacas, at about 75mm total length, 14 months after metamorphosis.
Ah thank you! Mine morphed in September so it might be abit too early for any signs of gender to start showing.



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