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Eurasian Newts (Triturus, former Triturus, Calotriton & Euproctus).. Triturus and its relatives (Ichthyosaura/Mesotriton, Lissotriton, and Ommatotriton) are a diverse and widespread group of newts. While mainly European, several species can be found in the Near and Middle East. Euproctus, the brook newts, are confined to Corsica and Sardinia.


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Old 28th December 2013   #21
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The same pair has produced lots of eggs again. It's nice when pets give you a Christmas present
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Awesome!

Have you hibernated them, and if so; for how long and at what temperature?



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Old 29th December 2013   #23
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They live in a terrarium in a room with an open window in summer and autumn. The temperature never falls below 10C. I have two other females in the terrarium at the moment. These two haven't shown any interest in going aquatic so far - I will be trying again in a few weeks.



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Lovely pictures! I've never realised that male T. marmoratus had such long toes, even his front ones are huge!



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Old 17th January 2014   #25
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Just spotted one of the larvae left in the tank doing something weird so went to look, then took a photo. This one is quite big compared to the others. And here's why:
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Very nice pictures Eva! tell me something, do you keep your marms all year 100% acuatically?



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Hi Fenrhir, I thought I would keep them aquatic all year round when I first got them but I have a feeling that it's not so good for this species. They live in a terrarium in summer and autumn and then go into an aquarium for winter and spring. I think it might be exhausting for them to be in water all year round - I can really see the difference in lifestyle. When they are on land they are very slow and just take it easy, whereas in water they are very active and the males court the females all the time.
I have two other females which are still terrestrial now. I am hoping that they will go in when I try putting them into the aquarium again. They have tiny girl crests now which I'm hoping means they will want to breed soon. The first female has stopped laying eggs.



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Here are some recent photos. I have two fresh metamorphs now and a lot of big chubby larvae
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Amazing photos!! I really like the green pattern in this species.



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Your photos are amazing!



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Almost all are out of water now. One of the last few larvae climbed out of the bowl while I was taking pictures of it and seemed very interested in the camera lens.
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Nice photos!! Will you sell any of that marmoratus? I love them :$



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Nice photos!! Will you sell any of that marmoratus? I love them :$



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Yes, I will be advertising them soon but only for the UK - sorry.



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You cant open onee exception and ship to portugal?:c



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Nice photos!! The T.marmoratus are beautiful, i love them.



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