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Fire-Belly & Sword-Tail Newts (Cynops & Hypselotriton) Perhaps the most famous and frequently bred newts in captivity, the fire-bellied newts and sword-tail newts are well known throughout the world as being excellent, gregarious captives.

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Old 21st August 2007   #1
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Default C orientalis adult and juvenile

I found a juvenile in adult tank. It has been raised with adults without any intervention. Real surprise for me.
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Old 21st August 2007   #2
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Cute little spud.



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Yes, very cute. Nicely "posed" for the photo, too. I am not so surprised. I am now raising most of my Cynops in the tanks with the adults.



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I have exactly the same scenario in my tank. One day a morph just appeared on the cork. He/she's eating white worms but I've wondered why the adult FBN don't try to eat it!

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