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Old 6th July 2007   #1
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Had these captive bred juves delivered this morning..

s Algira tingitana Taghramet
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Old 8th July 2007   #2
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Hi Ian,

Very nice additions to your considerable collection.

Particularly like the orange versions, if you ever breed them let me know!

Our 'team' are doing OK.

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Old 8th July 2007   #3
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The orange ones are my favourites as well, I think!



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Old 11th July 2007   #4
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The algira don't resemble their adult colouration though. I'd like to see photos of the parents!

And now for the nitpicker in me! Don't you mean almanzoris? By the way, the genus name is capitalised and species and subspecies names are always lower case. For example, Salamandra salamandra terrestris, or Mesotriton alpestris apuanus.



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Yes John its Almanzoris, i don't own the Algiri adults and have never seen them so i can't comment, what is it about the colouration that seems wrong ?



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As far as I can recall Salamandra algira gain bright red areas as they mature. There's nothing "wrong" with their colouration.



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Hands off Louise...I saw them first! he he he

Knowing how succesfull Ian normally is I am sure he will have juveniles within a few years.

(Only kidding Louise....ladies first....afterall I am a GENTleman)

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Where did you get the delivered from?



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Hi Steve..they were from a breeder in this country..



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As far as I can recall Salamandra algira gain bright red areas as they mature.
This is indeed the case in S. algira algira (as you can see in the Photos, showing 3-years-old S.a.a.), but Im not sure about S. algira tingitana...

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This is indeed the case in S. algira algira (as you can see in the Photos, showing 3-years-old S.a.a.), but Im not sure about S. algira tingitana...

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Not the case in tingitana. Only algira algira have red colleration.



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