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Near and Middle Eastern Newts (Neurergus) Arguably the most beautiful newts in the world, this Asian genus is highly desired by many hobbyists.

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Old 25th February 2004   #1
henk
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For IAD 2004 I will try to bring an interesting lecture on captive care and husbandry of Neurergus species. this will mainly focus hard on N. strauchi strauchii and on Neurergus crocatus.
You can find details on IAD 2004 (where D. Bartlett will also talk on Peruvian amphibians) on the next website http://www.intlamphibday.org/IAD2001.asp

Feel free to say hello out there if you attend it



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Old 25th February 2004   #2
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Sounds good shame i can't go thoughClick the image to open in full size.



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Old 26th February 2004   #3
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Henk, that's great news for the salamander people thinking about going to IAD! Maybe after the talk, I can persuade you to write down some of the information for a caresheet for N. strauchiiClick the image to open in full size.



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Old 27th February 2004   #4
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Does this mean you are going to attend Jen?
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Old 27th February 2004   #5
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I'm trying to find a way to get there, but logistics are still a problem. (Mainly the logistics of escaping home and family responsibilities!)



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Old 29th February 2004   #6
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Hai Ed & Jennifer : I have an article ready on captive care in N. crocatus, but I wanna wait until after IAD to publish it, otherwise I don't have anything new to say...

I am currently scanning some shots on Rhyacotriton for an article on them



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