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jbherpin 23:44 15th May 2015
This was a post from a different forum but has salamander and newt representatives throughout. I thought the community may enjoy it.

I have been away for a while, looking forward to getting reacquainted.

Through the years... - Dendroboard

All my best-

JBear

 
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jbherpin 00:53 16th May 2015
Let me know if these pics are not showing up. You may need to be a member to view the actual pics. If so, I will work on getting them posted directly to this forum. I was hoping to bypass the time it would take to post them all again.

JBear

 
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Chinadog 07:58 16th May 2015
I think the pics will only open for members of dendroboard...
Its quick and easy to upload them directly to caudata.org. :)

 
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jbherpin 14:25 16th May 2015
Thank you, Here is the a few to start. I will be adding as time permits. I started from the oldest prior to getting a camera worth using...

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jbherpin 14:36 16th May 2015
Cont.

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jbherpin 14:42 16th May 2015
Cont.

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jbherpin 14:55 16th May 2015
Cont. More to come

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Chinadog 15:33 16th May 2015
Beautiful I. a apuanus, they are very underrated these days, but I love 'em. There's all kinds of pets in our house, but its the alpine newts that visitors always comment on.

 
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jbherpin 17:28 16th May 2015
Cont. A bit more diversity in these next few posts...

JBear

 
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jbherpin 17:35 16th May 2015
Continued w/ diversity...

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jbherpin 18:24 17th May 2015
Cont.

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jbherpin 18:31 17th May 2015
Cont. I spent a few years dealing largely with poison dart frogs etc...

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jbherpin 18:41 17th May 2015
Cont. I have kept quite a few critters... More to come...

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BabySinclair 19:14 17th May 2015
Snikeys!! That's a LOT Of critters!! And they All look beautiful and healthy!


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Because I couldn't stop at just one dammit!!!

 
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jbherpin 22:41 17th May 2015
Originally Posted by BabySinclair:
Snikeys!! That's a LOT Of critters!! And they All look beautiful and healthy!


__________________________________________________ _______
When asked: Why?
Because I couldn't stop at just one dammit!!!
Thank you so much! I will be posting some more...

JBear

 
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Autumncrossing 22:56 17th May 2015
Very cool! I'm curious do you have a favorite?


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Chinadog 06:16 18th May 2015
Originally Posted by jbherpin:
Cont. I spent a few years dealing largely with poison dart frogs etc...

JBear
Are they Hynobius?

 
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jbherpin 23:28 18th May 2015
Originally Posted by Autumncrossing:
Very cool! I'm curious do you have a favorite?
To be honest, no, each species has a unique appeal to me in their own way. Probably a bit of a boring answer, but it's the truth... If anything, I'd say the N. viridescens as I grew up catching them in PA. Thank you for your interest

JBear

 
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jbherpin 23:36 18th May 2015
Originally Posted by Chinadog:
Are they Hynobius?
No, I grew fascinated by the Ambystoma Complex(A. texanum, A. laterale, A. jeffersonianum, A. platineum, and A. tremblayi). The species Pictured is A. texanum. It was a breeding attempt that was not successful, however it was very interesting to observe them in an aquatic breeding situation. They had access to a large land section at all times with a very gradual egress. Thank you for the interest! I have many photos of intergrades if you are interested in seeing them...

JBear

 
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Autumncrossing 13:47 21st May 2015
Originally Posted by jbherpin:
To be honest, no, each species has a unique appeal to me in their own way. Probably a bit of a boring answer, but it's the truth... If anything, I'd say the N. viridescens as I grew up catching them in PA. Thank you for your interest

JBear

I also grew up catching N. Viridescens in PA up in the Poconos there's definitely something special about those little red efts!

 
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