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Old 5th June 2005   #1
filipe
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Hi there,

It's been quite a long time since the last time I posted any message. Nevertheless I've continued to keep newts and this week I just remodeled some of the tanks.

Hope you enjoy it! Any thoughts, advice or sugestion greatly appreciated.

Filipe Martinho
Portugal

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Old 7th June 2005   #2
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olá
it is very good for having a Portuguese here that it likes amphibiansClick the image to open in full size.
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beijos
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Old 7th June 2005   #3
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Would you mind mentioning the species in each tank?



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Old 7th June 2005   #4
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If you point on the photo`s and wait a while the names come in the screen. Under your arrow.



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Old 8th June 2005   #5
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Hi Ana,

What a nice surprise to find another portuguese in this forum (actually you're the first one I find to enjoy amphibians Click the image to open in full size.).

What species do you keep?

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Old 8th June 2005   #6
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Benjamin,

I thought that the species name would appear next to the pictures- sorry for the mistake.

So, in order (from top to bottom) we have Cynops orientalis, Tylototriton verrucosus and Triturus dobrogicus.

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Old 8th June 2005   #7
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Ana & Filipe

It's always nice to see friends from Portugal on this forum.

Keep it coming
Cumprimentos!



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Old 9th June 2005   #8
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Yep, It's also good to hear from "nuestros hermanos" from Spain Click the image to open in full size.

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Old 14th June 2005   #9
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Olá Filipe!
therefore it is a good surprise Click the image to open in full size.the first one u find to enjoy amphibians ki bom Click the image to open in full size.
i have Cynops orientalis,Tylototryton verrucosus,Golden albino and White albino axolotls.
but my verrucosus had been sick and now so I have one.

beijos
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Old 14th June 2005   #10
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Hi Rubén!
It is very good for finding Portuguese yes.
it is good for seeing that I am not only the crazy one for amphibians
in Portugal

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Old 14th June 2005   #11
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Hi Ana,

I think I'm a little bit more crazy than you... Currently I keep Cynops orientalis (trio), Triturus dobrogicus (2), Tylototriton verrucosus (2) and Paramesotriton fuzhongensis (1). I also keep a couple of african dwar frogs (Hymenochirus boettgeri), an Iguana and a soft-shelled turtle. So, as you can see, my house looks like a zoo. Click the image to open in full size.

I also had a couple of triturs carnifex until a month ago but, as I learned the bad way, they proved to be escape artists. Also, This year one of my P. fuzhongensis died with an infected wound in one of his legs (as you can see from the many posts here, infected wounds seems to be one of the most common newt's disease) which I was unable to treat.

Where did you get your newts? In Lisbon?

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Filipe



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Old 15th June 2005   #12
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Hi Filipe,
I also had four carnifex. mine they had run away but I always foundClick the image to open in full size. but they had died without I to know reason.
my verrucosus died with an infected too, but i save my gorduxa hehehe she eats a lot.I gave banns to she of permanganato de potassio she was good.
I bought verrucosus in Lisbon in a petshop.the others had come of Spain Click the image to open in full size.
and u get yours?

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Ana



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Old 19th June 2005   #13
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Hi Ana

I also got my newts from a petshop in Lisbon (although I wouldn't like to make publicity, probably the same where you bought yours... around Benfica perhaps?).

Cheers

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Old 20th June 2005   #14
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Hello Filipe,
by chance not. already i know where it is this,much time that i don´t go there! i am to lose things!! but i bought mine close to the estrela.(i think)

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Ana



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