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Old 11th November 2005   #21
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It'll be a while. My females are almost positively with egg, and he comes out of quarantine at the end of the month. He's rather small though, and my females are gigantic. I don't know if I'll have any eggs this year, but if I do, they'll probably be ready sometime the end of next summer (post morph).

I definately love Taricha, one of my favorites. They're very bold. This probably comes from being very toxic! Wild Dendrobates (dart frogs) are the same way.

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Yea, that site also has salamander eggs, spoted salamander and such. pretty cool. But both species are illegal for me to keep in Ontario. Native species... And also very bad to the environment. Confused feeling...

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Joan, that is awesome. Good luck!

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